Reinforcing Cultural Hegemony: Pakeha Perceptions of Brand New Zealand
AbstractThe entanglement and mutual constitution of New Zealand's branding strategies, national identity and local understandings of 'New Zealandness' are discussed. The key aspects and features of the Pakeha perceptions of brand New Zealand are highlighted.
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