Being Pakeha: The Politics of Location
AbstractDiscusses the work and influence of New Zealand historian Michael King, in particular 'Being Pakeha' and 'Being Pakeha Now'. While commending King on his desire to explore and articulate the Maori worldview the author believes that the views and interpretations given are built on a historically privileged position.
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