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New Zealand Sociology’s special issue on Class and Inequality in New Zealand (2013)

New Zealand Sociology’s special issue on Class and Inequality in New Zealand (2013) may be of interest. It features a wide range of work and perspectives, as well as draws on recent statistics. It’s free to access via the National Library: http://ndhadeliver.natlib.govt.nz/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE18625730&dps_custom_att_1=ilsdb

Articles include (in no particular order):

  • –  Work and Inequality in Neoliberal New Zealand (Patrick Ongley)
  • –  Financialisation of Media Ownership in New Zealand (Wayne Hope and Merja Myllylahti)
  • –  Capitalism and Democracy at Cross-Purposes (Robert H. Wade)
  • –  Economic Inequality in New Zealand: A User’s Guide (Brian Easton)
  • –  Pathways to economic outcomes at age 30: Income and living standards in a New Zealand birth cohort (Joseph M. Boden, David M. Fergusson and L John Horwood)
  • –  Variation in health and social equity in the spaces where we live: a review of previous literature from the GeoHealth Laboratory (Christopher Bowie, Paul Beere, Edward Griffin, Malcolm Campbell & Simon Kingham)
  • –  Recent Work on Inequality: Thoughts on audience, analysis, advocacy and the role of the academic (Peter Skilling)
  • –  Comparing Cultures of Decline? Class Perceptions among English Migrants in New Zealand (David Pearson)

– Alex

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