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Ecology of Community: Exploring Principles of Socially-based Tenure in Urban Papakāinga and Cohousing Communities

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Social (or communal) tenure refers to systems of rights which are based on social norms, processes and relationships.

Social tenures are a feature of many Indigenous cultures, where land and resources are managed from a collectivist, rather than an individualist, standpoint. For instance, in New Zealand, Māori society was traditionally based around territorial tribal living, with hapū (sub-tribes) controlling and defending particular territories.

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