Vol 2, No 1 (2005)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial PDF
Ruth Fitzgerald

Articles

IDEOLOGICAL CONFORMITY:A FUNDAMENTAL CHALLENGE TO THE SOCIAL SCIENCES IN NEW ZEALAND PDF
Christopher Tremewan 1-44
COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL IMAGINATIONS:REFLECTIONS ON TEACHING AND LEARNING ANTHROPOLOGY IN A POSTGRADUATE GENERAL PRACTICE PROGRAMME PDF
Chrystal Jaye 45-67
LOST IN TRANSLATION:UNDERSTANDING EXPERTISE IN MEDICAL AND HEALING ENCOUNTERS PDF
Phillipa Miskelly 68-93
NESIAN STYLES (RE)PRESENT R‘N’ B:THE APPROPRIATION, TRANSFORMATION AND REALIZATION OF CONTEMPORARY R'N'B WITH HIP HOP BY URBAN PASIFIKA GROUPS IN AOTEAROA PDF
Kirsten Zemke-White 94-123
‘WE’RE COASTERS, WHY SHOULD WE MOVE?’:COMMUNITY IDENTITY, PLACE ATTACHMENT AND FORESTRY CLOSURE IN RURAL NEW ZEALAND PDF
Kaylene Sampson, Colin Goodrich 124-149
COCKIES V. BLOCKIES:CULTURAL CONSTRUCTS IN THE ANALYSIS OF RURAL CONFLICT PDF
Roger T.W. Smith 150-172
HISTORY, IDENTITY AND COMMUNITY:THE HUIA SETTLERS’ MUSEUM PDF
Donna McKenzie 173-185
JADE AND BELONGING:MAKING A SOCIAL LANDSCAPE OF BELONGING TO THE WEST COAST PDF
Fiona Grubb 186-211

Book Reviews

Book Reviews PDF
  212-219