SOUNDS LIKE US
Popular Music and Cultural Nationalism in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Keywords:cultural nationalism, cultural policy
In the opening paper, Zuberi explores the intervention of New Zealand's cultural policy on popular music in influencing cultural nationalism.
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