Political Science & International Relations
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
A collection of predominantly newspaper clippings, with some printed articles and handwritten notes. Details policies that cover gender, dress code, investing of finances, international relations and alliances, nuclear warfare and technology. Includes advertisements for military-themed teddy bears. Publication date range is 1972-2010, the folder is roughly ordered in reverse chronology. The subject matter includes dates as far back as 1880.
Harris, Robert - Papers, letters and clippings pertaining to politics and especially to the Social Credit Political League
Contains a copy of Luke G. Peacocke, ‘The arts of Impression Management: A Dramaturgical Analysis of Mediated Political Performances’, Political Science Honours Dissertation, Victoria University of Wellington, 1999. It was co-supervised by Margaret Clark and LC, and accompanying the work is correspondence from Clark about the potential of the study (during its development) and praising the work (once it was handed in). All documents date from 1999.
This collection consists of four series of working papers:
Series 1 to do with Commonwealth Secretariat
Series 2 to do with Transparency international
Series 3 TIRI publications and resources
Series 4 Diaries
Please refer to the relevant series descriptions for further information.
Posters from China, Vietnam and Russia. Both propoganda and decorative. 42 Chinese government produced colour posters (some duplicates) between A4 - A2. 22 Chinese government produced colour posters between A2 - A4. 11 Vietnam colour posters, 2 x Vietnamese newspapers (selected originally by Rewi Alley?). 2 Russian government produced colour posters A2.
Contains a series of correspondence between Margaret Clark and LC, in regards to the honours research paper of Patrick Gower. Also included is the research proposal, an abstract and the final research paper by Gower titled, “What Constitutes a Public Agenda? The newsprint media’s communication of New Zealand Defence Policy”. The date range is c. April 1998 – November 1998.