Vol 4, No 2 (2007)

Guest editors Caroline Morris and Richard Vokes introduce four fascinating papers that explore migration experiences and cross cultural encounters both within and outside of New Zealand. Ruth Fitzgerald adds a further collection of four papers drawn from a diverse authorship and looking at aspects of New Zealand public life. From Marewa Glover and Benedicta Rousseau we feature the results of several hui on the topic of Maori interests and considerations in relation to the use of HART. Carl Mika also explores Maori opinion this time through self reflection and philosophical speculation on the nature of the sacredness of Maori language. Patrick McAllister looks outward to the public re-enactment of Waitaingi Day to speculate on how these public memorials help to recreate the 'treaty in action' for certain members of New Zealand society. Finally we welcome back Mike Lloyd to our continuing list of authors, this time accompanied by Bronwyn McGovern in a delightful study of Blanket Man - world famous in Wellington.

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial PDF
Carolyn Morris, Richard Vokes, Ruth Fitzgerald

Articles

Social Exclusion and Church in the Experiences of Korean Migrant Families in Christchurch PDF
Carolyn Morris, Richard Vokes, Suzana Chang 11-31
Quiting India: the Anglo-Indian Culture of Migration PDF
Robyn Andrews 32-56
Arcadia in the Antipodes:Tourist's Reflections on New Zealand as Nature Experience PDF
Eveline Dürr 57-82
The Social Construction of Cross-Cultural Couple Relationships in New Zealand PDF
Gabriele Schäfer 83-116
'Your child is your whakapapa': Maori Considerations of Assisted Reproduction and Human Relatedness PDF
Marewa Glover, Benedicta Rousseau 117-136
World Famous in Wellington: 'Blanket Man' and contemporary celebrity PDF
Mike Lloyd, Bronwyn McGovern 137-154
Waitangi Day: An Annual Enactment of the Treaty? PDF
Patrick McAllister 155-180
The Utterance, the Body and the Law: Seeking an Approach to Concretizing the Sacredness of Maori Language PDF
Carl Mika 181-205

Book Reviews

Land of Beautiful Vision: Making a Buddhist Sacred Place in New Zealand, by Sally McAra PDF
  206-208