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In the public interest : essays in honour of Professor Keith Jackson, edited by Mark Francis and Jim Tully

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In the public interest : essays in honour of Professor Keith Jackson
Title
In the public interest
Title remainder
essays in honour of Professor Keith Jackson
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edited by Mark Francis and Jim Tully
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Language
eng
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non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
In the public interest : essays in honour of Professor Keith Jackson, edited by Mark Francis and Jim Tully
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Constitutional conventions
  • David McGee
  • Lords and leg cos: Second -chamber sagas
  • Austin Mitchell
  • The genie and the bottle: Is New Zealand's MMP system here to stay?
  • Jack Vowles
  • Public perceptions of elections: An Australia-New Zealand comparision
  • The New Zealand Parliament: Changes in executive-legislative relations
  • Keith Jackson, Alexander C. Tan
  • Public interest and change in New Zealand foreign policy
  • The public interest in New Zealand
  • John Henderson
  • Culture and governance: Clash of form and function in a case study
  • Alan McRobie
  • The ideology of social democracy: The despotic state vs. the despotic market
  • The complicated politics of climate change
  • Jonathan Boston
  • Elizabeth McLeay
  • Performance journalism: ethics, commerce, theatre and the public interest
  • Joe Atkinson
  • The New Zealand model
  • Colin James
  • The public interest, the media and the law
  • John Burrows
  • Constitutional conventions
  • David McGee
  • Lords and leg cos: Second-chamber sagas
  • Austin Mitchell
  • The genie and the bottle: Is New Zealand's MMP system here to stay?
  • Jack Vowles
  • Public perceptions of elections: An Australia-New Zealand comparison
  • Clive Bean
  • The New Zealand Parliament: Changes in executive-legislative relations
  • Keith Jackson, Alexander C. Tan
  • The public interest in New Zealand
  • Public interest and change in New Zealand foreign policy
  • John Henderson
  • Culture and governance: Clash of form and function in a case study
  • Alan McRobie
  • The ideology of social democracy: The despotic state vs. the despotic market
  • James R. Flynn
  • The complicated politics of climate change
  • Jonathan Boston
  • Elizabeth McLeay
  • Performance journalism: Ethics, commerce, theatre and the public interest
  • Joe Atkinson
  • The New Zealand model
  • Colin James
  • The public interest, the media and the law
  • John Burrows
  • Constitutional conventions
  • David McGee
  • Lords and leg cos: Second -chamber sagas
  • Austin Mitchell
  • The genie and the bottle: Is New Zealand's MMP system here to stay?
  • Jack Vowles
  • Public perceptions of elections: An Australia-New Zealand comparision
  • The New Zealand Parliament: Changes in executive-legislative relations
  • Keith Jackson, Alexander C. Tan
  • Public interst and change in New Zealand foreign policy
  • The public interest in New Zealand
  • John Henderson
  • Culture and governance: Clash of form and function in a case study
  • Alan McRobie
  • The ideology of sicial democracy: The despotic state vs. the despotic market
  • The complicated politics of climate change
  • Jonathan Boston
  • Elizabeth McLeay
  • Performance journalism: ethics, commerce, theatre and the public interest
  • Joe Atkinson
  • The New Zealand model
  • Colin James
  • The public interest, the media and the law
  • John Burrows
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518257
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23 cm.
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Extent
254 pages
Isbn
9781877257834
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(pbk.)
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
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  • (Sirsi) NP518257
  • 12904165
  • (OCoLC)406365189
  • (Nz)12904165

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