New Zealand Sociology is an international journal that aims to promote research, thought and debate on issues relating to Aotearoa New Zealand and beyond. Our sociological vision is an expansive one. We welcome work that is theoretical, empirical, comparative, historical, policy-oriented and polemical. Scholarship by, or relating to, Māori and Pasikifa peoples, is strongly encouraged. New Zealand Sociology is the official journal of the Sociological Association of Aotearoa (NZ).

 

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Special issue on neoliberalism and tertiary education now out!

2018-11-20

Thanks to special issue editors, Mary Murray, Alice Beban and Vicky Walters, New Zealand Sociology has published a special issue on 'Neoliberalism and Tertiary Education'. 

 

Issue 33(2) includes papers by: Brian Roper; Jackson Rowe-Williams; Charles Crothers; Alice Beban and Nicolette Trueman; Charles Sedgewick and Sandra Grey; Rebecca Stringer, Dianne Smith, Rachel Spronken-Smith and Cheryl Wilson; and Damian Ruth.

 

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