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Friedman, Jonathan

Public Policy and Ethnicity

Friedman, Jonathan - Public Policy and Ethnicity, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Of Mohammad, Murals and Maori Ceremony
Elizabeth Rata, Roger Openshaw

2. Freedom, Identity Construction and Cultural Closure: The Taniwha, the Hijab and the Wiener Schnitzel as Boundary Markers
Erich Kolig

3. The Political Strategies of Ethnic and Indigenous Elites
Elizabeth Rata

4. Culturalism, Neo-liberalism and the State: The Rise and Fall of Neotraditionalist Ideologies in the South Pacific
Alain Babadzan

5. The Paradox of Indigenous Rights: The Controversy around the Foreshore and the Seabed in New Zealand
Toon Meiji

6. Ethnicity in Business: The Case of New Zealand Maori
Martin Devlin

7. Re-politicising Race: The Anglican Church in New Zealand
Christopher Tremewan

8. Putting Ethnicity into Policy: A New Zealand Case Study
Roger Openshaw

9. Race and Ethnicity in United Kingdom Public Policy: Education and Health
Lorraine Gulley, Jack Demaine

10. Ethnic Measurement as a Policy Making Tool
Paul Callister

11. Challenging Ethnic Explanations for Educational Failure
Roy Nash

12. Dogmas of Ethnicity
John A. Clark

13. Historical Revisionism in New Zealand: Always Winter and Never Christmas
Graham Butterworth

Keywords: Social Sciences, Political Sociology, International and Comparative Education, Ethnicity Studies, Sociology, general, Public Administration, Social Policy

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2007
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
247 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230625303
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-28105-3

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