The Maori population of New Zealand
This thesis is concerned with the growth or the Maori population since 1769. The primary aim is to discuss the two major determinants of trends - mortality and fertility. Maori population trends can only be viewed in terms of European contact, New Zealand's subsequent social history, and as one aspect of contemporary pattern of race relations, all of which are surveyed briefly in Chapter One. Before commencing the demographic analysis in detail, Chapter Two discusses the sources and...[Show more]
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