What are examples of traditional values and opposing forces of those traditional values in the book whale rider by witi ihimaera? I checked sparknotes and there was nothing. I just need 2-3 examples so I could do it on my own!

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    Read widely and take good notes. Remember that "traditional values" in this assignment means the values that are traditional to the people in New Zealand, not to people in any other country or culture.

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