Research Paper On Once Were Warriors

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  • 'Birthright' and Domestic Violence

    In a paper consisting of 5 pages the film Once Were Warriors is considered within the context of domestic violence as a birthright and then offers contrasts and comparisons to actual domestic abuse situations. There are 10 sources cited in the bibliography.

  • Once Were Warriors by Alan Duff

    A Maori, New Zealand dysfunctional home is considered in an overview consisting of 6 pages as it is presented in Duff's text with ethnicity and other sociological questions considered. There are no other sources listed.

  • Once We Were Warriors/Postcolonial Theory

    A 6 page research paper/essay that analyzes the 1994 film “Once Were Warriors” offers an international audience a representation of Maori ethnic identity. When viewed in the light of postcolonial theory, the question that such an investigation immediately raises is whether or not the film offers an accurate vision of urban Maori society or if this film is itself a product of a postcolonial mindset. While certainly the domestic difficulties encountered by the film’s protagonists mirror the social disorder that plagues the Maori minority population of New Zealand, an examination of literature indicates that this question is complex and that an ethnic people cannot and should not facilely characterized as fitting so neatly into European-influenced stereotypes. Particularly in regards to how the film pictures Maori men. In order to argue this point, it is necessary to first look at the content of the film, then the basic arguments of postcolonial theory Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Orphan Warriors and the Manchu Fall from Power

    Orphan Warriors: Three Manchu Generations and the End of the Qing World by Kyle Crossley is a portrait of the Manchu minority in China. This paper discusses the book and traces the fall of this once powerful group. This paper has five pages and only the primary source is used.

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