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Culture, for and against: Patterns of “Culturespeak” in New Zealand

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Title: Culture, for and against: Patterns of “Culturespeak” in New Zealand
Authors: Goldsmith, Michael
Keywords: culturespeak
culture
language
ethnicity
multiculturalism
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New Zealand
Maori

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LC Subject Headings: Ethnology
New Zealand
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: The Polynesian Society
Citation: Goldsmith, Michael. 2003. Culture, for and against: Patterns of “Culturespeak” in New Zealand. Journal of the Polynesian Society 112(3): 280-294.
Abstract: Culture is invoked not only as a means of justifying redress for discrimination or historical injustice, but also as a standard of accountability by which the upholding of rights (or their suppression) can be measured. Rather than assume conceptual coherence regarding the notion of culture that such applications appear to share, it is proposed to analyse them as terms within a broad and open-ended field of "culturespeak," a concept generally ascribed to Ulf Hannerz.
Description: Refereed
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10524/1533
ISSN: 0032-4000
Appears in Collections:Mana'o - Asia-Pacific Region Collection



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