7 KUPU MAORI / GLOSSARY 11 INTRODUCTION: Identity and citizenship in Aotearoa New Zealand Ella Kahu PART ONE: FACES OF AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND 29 FACES: Introduction Richard Shaw 33 CHAPTER ONE: Demographic diversities The changing face of Aotearoa New Zealand Trudie Cain 53 CHAPTER TWO: Tangata whenua Ma-ori, identity and belonging Te Rina Warren, Margaret Forster and Veronica Tawhai PART TWO: VOICES OF AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND 73 VOICES: Introduction Trudie Cain and Ella Kahu 79 CHAPTER THREE: Voices in the House Political representation and participation Richard Shaw 97 CHAPTER FOUR: Shout it out Participation and protest in public life Ella Kahu 115 CHAPTER FIVE: Express yourself Voice through the arts Trudie Cain PART THREE: PLACES IN AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND 139 PLACES: Introduction Trudie Cain and Juliana Mansvelt 145 CHAPTER SIX: Physical places Home as place Juliana Mansvelt, Trudie Cain and Ann Dupuis 165 CHAPTER SEVEN: Institutional places The university Richard Shaw 185 CHAPTER EIGHT: Digital places Globalising identity and citizenship Sy Taffel PART FOUR: STORIES OF AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND 207 STORIES: Introduction Ella Kahu 213 CHAPTER NINE: We're all equal here, mate Egalitarianism in Aotearoa New Zealand David Littlewood 231 CHAPTER TEN: 100% Pure Clean, green and proud of it! Juliana Mansvelt 249 CHAPTER ELEVEN: Anzac A nation's creation story Carl Bradley and Rhys Ball 269 CONCLUSION: Identity and belonging in Aotearoa New Zealand Richard Shaw, Ella Kahu and Trudie Cain 279 ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS 282 INDEX
Trudie Cain is a senior lecturer in the School of People, Environment and Planning at Massey University. Ella Kahu is a lecturer in the School of Psychology at Massey University. Richard Shaw is Professor of Politics at Massey University.