The emergence of the Maori ruling elite of neotribal capitalism in New Zealand is located in the politicisation of culture that is a world-wide localised response to fundamental changes in global capitalism. A range of broke rage mechanisms enacted through culturalist discourse have enabled the elite to broker a neotraditional ideology into state institutions. This paper examines the brokers, the brokerage mechanisms, and the ideology of revived traditional leadership which have established this group as a capitalist aristocracy.
Rata, E. (2004), "Leadership ideology in neotribal capitalism", Davis, D. (Ed.) Political Power and Social Theory (Political Power and Social Theory, Vol. 16), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 43-71. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0198-8719(03)16002-4Download as .RIS
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