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Placing Well-Being: A Maori Case Study of Cultural and Environmental Specificity

2007

Panelli, R., & Tipa, G.

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In this article, the authors explore the potential in conceptualizing a place-based notion of well-being for a Maori population. They identify the contexts that affect the well-being of this population and argue that a culturally appropriate approach that is sensitive to their cultural and environmental context is needed to promote their health and well-being.

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Placing Well-Being: A Maori Case Study of Cultural and Environmental Specificity.

Panelli, R., & Tipa, G. (2007). Placing well-being: A Maori case study of cultural and environmental specificity. EcoHealth, 4, 445–460. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10393-007-0133-1

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