Justice and Identity: Antipodean Practices
Allen & Unwin
Publication Date :
1 Jan 1995
Commonly accepted notions of justice are challenged in these essays which explore multiculturalism, identity and difference. The standard understanding of sovereignty, governance and democracy is scrutinized in this collection which draws upon recent Australian and New Zealand experience. In Australia the Mabo debate is placed in context while in New Zealand the legal status of the treaty of Waitangi is revisited afresh, and contemporary Maori political and cultural strategies analyzed. The result is a collection which offers an informative perspective on the inter-relationship between justice and identity.
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