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SOWK515 Iwi Social Services I - Contextual Issues

An introduction to the wider political issues that arise in the development of iwi social services.

This paper has been designed to extend and develop kaupapa Māori practice, theory, scholarship and research at an advanced level.

Paper title Iwi Social Services I - Contextual Issues
Paper code SOWK515
Subject Social Work
EFTS 0.2500
Points 30 points
Teaching period Not offered in 2017
Domestic Tuition Fees (NZD) $2,214.00
International Tuition Fees (NZD) $6,400.00

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Limited to
PGDipSW, MSW
Notes
Admission subject to approval from Head of the Department of Sociology, Gender and Social Work.
Eligibility
Suitable for graduates and professionals who possess an approved social services qualification and have at least two years' proven competence working in the social or human services.
Contact
shayne.walker@otago.ac.nz or anaru.eketone@otago.ac.nz
Teaching staff
Co-ordinators and Lecturers: Anaru Eketone and Shayne Walker
Paper Structure
The paper utilises:
  • Five video conferences
  • Five online tutorials (Blackboard)
Teaching Arrangements
One 2-day compulsory hui/workshop in Dunedin.
Textbooks
There is no set text; readings will be provided.
Course outline
A course outline will be available at the commencement of teaching.
Graduate Attributes Emphasised
Critical thinking, Cultural understanding, Environmental literacy, Information literacy.
View more information about Otago's graduate attributes.
Learning Outcomes
The goal of this paper is for students to be able to use Māori practice models, theory and social underpinnings in Māori and non-Māori settings. This will be evidenced by enhancing understanding of
  1. Te Ao Māori and your own cultural origins and the way in which these shape your development of theory and practice
  2. Knowledge of and the ability to critically analyse the historical conditions that have shaped the development of Iwi Social services
  3. Organisational structure and change
  4. Practice beyond Whare tapa whā (ie look at what practice models are around)
  5. Wairua and karakia in practice
  6. Theory relevant to the contexts you work in

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Timetable

Not offered in 2017

Location
Dunedin
Teaching method
This paper is taught through Distance Learning
Learning management system
Blackboard

An introduction to the wider political issues that arise in the development of iwi social services.

This paper has been designed to extend and develop kaupapa M?üori practice, theory, scholarship and research at an advanced level.

Paper title Iwi Social Services I - Contextual Issues
Paper code SOWK515
Subject Social Work
EFTS 0.2500
Points 30 points
Teaching period First Semester
Domestic Tuition Fees Tuition Fees for 2018 have not yet been set
International Tuition Fees Tuition Fees for international students are elsewhere on this website.

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Restriction
SOWK 407
Limited to
PGDipSW, MSW
Notes
Admission subject to approval from Head of the Department of Sociology, Gender and Social Work.
Eligibility
Suitable for graduates and professionals who possess an approved social services qualification and have at least two years' proven competence working in the social or human services.
Contact
shayne.walker@otago.ac.nz or anaru.eketone@otago.ac.nz
Teaching staff
Co-ordinators and Lecturers: Anaru Eketone and Shayne Walker
Paper Structure
The paper utilises:
  • Five video conferences
  • Five online tutorials (Blackboard)
Teaching Arrangements
One 2-day compulsory hui/workshop in Dunedin.
Textbooks
There is no set text; readings will be provided.
Course outline
A course outline will be available at the commencement of teaching.
Graduate Attributes Emphasised
Critical thinking, Cultural understanding, Environmental literacy, Information literacy.
View more information about Otago's graduate attributes.
Learning Outcomes
The goal of this paper is for students to be able to use MÄori practice models, theory and social underpinnings in MÄori and non-MÄori settings. This will be evidenced by enhancing understanding of
  1. Te Ao MÄori and your own cultural origins and the way in which these shape your development of theory and practice
  2. Knowledge of and the ability to critically analyse the historical conditions that have shaped the development of Iwi Social Services
  3. Organisational structure and change
  4. Practice beyond Whare Tapa WhÄ (ie look at what practice models are around)
  5. Wairua and karakia in practice
  6. Theory relevant to the contexts you work in

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Timetable

First Semester

Location
Dunedin
Teaching method
This paper is taught through Distance Learning
Learning management system
Blackboard

Workshop

Stream Days Times Weeks
Attend
A1 Wednesday 09:00-16:50 18
Thursday 09:00-16:50 18