Inventing New Zealand: Everyday Myths of Pakeha Identity

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Penguin Books, 1996 - National characteristics, New Zealand - 208 pages
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The evolution of aspects of the sense of identity in Pakeha New Zealand is outlined. The book examines the claims made to entice settlers in the 1840s and shows how they continue to operate along with emerging ideas in advertising and politics. The book looks at aspects of our identity that may be taken for granted and asks where the ideas come from.

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