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Refugee Resettlement: Social Capital, Civil Society, and the Integration Processes of Former Refugees
(University of Canterbury. Social and Political Sciences, 2012)
This thesis explores the process of identity renegotiation and the role social capital plays in civil society participation by the former refugee communities of Eritrean and Bhutanese living in Christchurch, New Zealand. ...
Wheying up the Options: How do Geographical Indications used in the European Union Influence New Zealand Speciality Cheese?
(University of Canterbury. National Centre for Research on Europe, 2012)
Global food production, supply chains, and food quality are coming under increasing scrutiny by consumers, environmentalists and governments. Particularly in developed countries, there is growing awareness among consumers ...
Social responsibility in New Zealand’s offshore supply chains: What would it take to contribute towards improved labour conditions in China?
(University of Canterbury. School of Social and Political Sciences, 2012)
New Zealand initiatives to address supply-chain labour conditions are tending towards reliance on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), a form of private regulation. This thesis explores the effectiveness of private ...
Debating Regional Military Intervention:An Examination of the Australian and New Zealand Media-Government Relationship During the 2003 Solomon Islands Crisis
(University of Canterbury. School of Social and Political Science, 2012)
This study explores the Australian and New Zealand media-government relationship during foreign instability and regional military intervention. It offers a critique of print media coverage and political communication during ...