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Propaganda, Perspective, and the British World: New Zealand’s First World War Propaganda and British Interactions, 1914-1918
(University of Canterbury. School of Humanities and Creative Arts, 2013)
Despite the ubiquity of the First World War as a key moment in the development of New Zealand’s national identity in scholarship and public memory, key aspects remain under explored. This thesis addresses a particularly ...
To be Made Disabled, A Discourse Analysis of Intellectual Disability in New Zealand, 1900 - 1960
(University of Canterbury. History, 2013)
The New Zealand historiography on intellectual disability has been expanded in the twenty years by histories of the residential institution and the foundation of advocacy groups. However, there is still a limited field of ...