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Amanda Bateman, Margie Hohepa & Tim Bennett

In: The SAGE Handbook of Outdoor Play and Learning

Chapter 33: Indigenizing Outdoor Play in New Zealand: A Conversation Analysis Approach

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Indigenizing Outdoor Play in New Zealand: A Conversation Analysis Approach
Indigenising Outdoor Play in New Zealand: A Conversation Analysis Approach
Amanda Bateman Margie Hohepa Tim Bennett
INTRODUCTION

This chapter focuses on a single case analysis of one trip to a local bush reserve in New Zealand. The observations included in this chapter begin by exploring the way in which a promise to the M¯aori God T¯ane Mahuta is managed by the teachers and children at the beginning of the excursion. The promise made is part of the mundane, everyday activity engaged in by these children and teachers during their weekly visit to the bush reserve, where ...

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