MORAL PANICS, NATIONAL PRIDE AND SPLIT IMAGES
Music and the Press in Aotearoa/ New Zealand
This article analyses the various components of the national music press culture of New Zealand since the 1960s, considering the role of various print media organs in promoting and constructing a New Zealand rock identity.
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