This paper considers the space within which the State, the Public Service and Common Wealth interact. In particular, power relationships which fall outside nation-states are examined. These general issues are related to the author’s understanding of the responsibility of Tauiwi to move from notions of majoritarianism to better understanding Tino Rangatiratanga as the context for power relationships in Aotearoa.
- Citation: Peet, K. (1998). Social Responsibility: Whose Agenda? Choices for the Future. The Key Word is ‘Social’!, 12-15 February 1998, Massey University, Albany Campus
- Creator: Katherine Peet
- Language: English
- Publisher: Not published
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