Approche geo - demographique sur la situation actuelle de la population maori de la Nouvelle Zelande

Eugen Rusu

Abstract


Although there are significant differences for many demographic and economic indicators between Maori and the rest of the New Zealand population, we can see a trend of ownership of demographic traits. The Maori population is among the best built in a modern society of colonial origin. Several factors have contributed to the social aggregation, supported also by the political structures, by associations and non-governmental organizations and the desire of both peoples from vastly different. Through this integration we are witnessing a renaissance of Maori people and an awareness of current membership in the nation of New Zealand, as the best chance of prosperity and blur the differences and marginalization.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15551/scigeo.v56i0.11

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