Resistance: An Indigenous Response to Neoliberalism

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Huia Publishers, 2007 - Business & Economics - 213 pages
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New Zealand is one of the world leaders of neoliberalism, and since 1984 its government has pursued neoliberal policies with a confidence that few other governments possess. Resistance: An Indigenous Response to Neoliberalism is a collection by Maori academics, activists and leaders on resistance to neoliberalism. Despite multiple failures, neoliberalism continues to grow. Resistance looks at overt and subtle activities that Maori have used to challenge these globalisation practices and promote other ways of living.
 

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Contents

Maria Bargh
23
Economic Determinants of Maori Health and Disparities
59
Cultures of Collecting
65
A Long Wait for Justice
75
Writing Resisting Centring
85
The Personal Is the Political
115
We Are Everywhere
125
Part Four
131
Maori and the United Nations
147
Globalisation and the Colonising State of Mind
167
Appendix
183
Notes on Contributors
189
Index
207
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Editor Maria Bargh has a PhD in political science and international relations from the Australian National University and is a lecturer in Maori Studies at Victoria University of Wellington.

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