Jurisprudence of National Identity: Kaleidoscopes of Imperialism and Globalisation from Aotearoa New Zealand
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2006 - 172 pàgines
A series of related historical and contemporary interdisciplinary, theoretical analyses of law at the intersection of race, gender and national identity. Focused on Aotearoa, New Zealand, the case studies fill a gap in interdisciplinary work on these intersections using rigorous theoretical lenses.
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Laws Deceptions and Good Citizens of Free Trade
Colonial Marriage Law Concubinage and Polygamy
Orientalism Law Policy
Treaty Settlements in the Glare of Globalisation
Producing Race and Gender through National Identity in Law
Shifting Law and Policy Terrain
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