Aotearoa & New Zealand: A Historical Geography


The last ten years have seen dramatic changes in the role of the state in New Zealand. In some instances, the state has withdrawn from people's lives, but in others, it has become increasingly intrusive. In these essays, ten leading experts on New Zealand politics discuss the significance and impact of the changing role of the state on various aspects of New Zealand life. In the process, they analyze the wider theoretical implications of the powerful ideologies behind the reforms.

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Christchurch, NZ
Publication year:
  • 1994