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Auckland Art Gallery Toi O Tamaki: The Guide

Auckland Art Gallery Toi O Tamaki: The Guide (Paperback, illustrated edition)

By Saines, Chris

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The perfect guidebook to the Auckland Art Gallery, the oldest public art gallery in New Zealand. Beautifully illustrated, showing paintings, sculpture, prints and drawings, and photographs. Brief informative texts accompany each image.

ISBN 9781857592566
Published 1 March 2001 by Inbooks
Interest Age All ages
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Comparative Health Systems: Descriptive Analysis of Fourteen National Health Systems

Comparative Health Systems: Descriptive Analysis of Fourteen National Health Systems (Hardback)

By Raffel, Marshall W.

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Both the structure and the dynamics of health services in fourteen leading industrialized nations--in standardized form to facilitate comparison--are presented here by experts. A comprehensive picture is given of each country's system: its historical and sociopolitical context ...

ISBN 9780271003634
Published 1 December 1984 by Inbooks
Interest Age Young Adults
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Shaw: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies: v. 5: Shaw Abroad

Shaw: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies: v. 5: Shaw Abroad (Hardback)

Volume editor Weintraub, Rodelle

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In addition to providing much fascinating new material about Bernard Shaw, this volume covers so much of his active life--from 1889, before his first play was completed, through his world travels of the 1930s that it comes close to being a biography of the public Shaw as well as ...

ISBN 9780271003849
Published 31 July 1985 by Inbooks
Interest Age All ages
Series Shaw
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Closing the Door to Destitution: Shaping of the Social Security Acts of the United States and New Zealand
 

Closing the Door to Destitution: Shaping of the Social Security Acts of the United States and New Zealand (Hardback)

By Richards, Raymond

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This study examines the history of social security policy in two countries - New Zealand and the United States. The system of universal health care and social security for all citizens in New Zealand contrasts sharply with the largely unsuccessful targeting of specific groups in ...

ISBN 9780271010601
Published 1 April 1994 by Inbooks
Interest Age Young Adults
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Closing The Door To Destitution

Closing The Door To Destitution (Trade Paperback/Paperback)

By Richards, Raymond.

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During the depression of the 1930s, both the United States and New Zealand passed a Social Security Act. Both countries were developed nations of the new world, and each statute was an omnibus measure aimed at protecting citizens from the poverty so visible at the time. The two a ...

ISBN 9780271026657
Published 31 May 1990 by Inbooks
Interest Age All ages
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Country Boys: Masculinity and Rural Life
  

Country Boys: Masculinity and Rural Life (Hardback)

Edited by Campbell, Hugh; Bell, Michael Mayerfeld; Finney, Margaret; Foreword by Sachs, Carolyn

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We see that masculinity is no less significant in rural life than in urban life. The essays in this volume offer insight into the myths and stereotypes, as well as the reality of the lives of rural men. Interdisciplinary in scope, the contributions investigate what it means to be ...

ISBN 9780271028743
Published 15 July 2006 by Inbooks
Interest Age Young Adults
Series Rural Studies
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Country Boys: Masculinity and Rural Life
  

Country Boys: Masculinity and Rural Life (Trade Paperback/Paperback)

Edited by Campbell, Hugh; Bell, Michael Mayerfeld; Finney, Margaret; Foreword by Sachs, Carolyn

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We see that masculinity is no less significant in rural life than in urban life. The essays in this volume offer insight into the myths and stereotypes, as well as the reality of the lives of rural men. Interdisciplinary in scope, the contributions investigate what it means to be ...

ISBN 9780271028750
Published 15 July 2006 by Inbooks
Interest Age Young Adults
Series Rural Studies
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Health Care and Reform in Industrialized Countries

Health Care and Reform in Industrialized Countries (Trade Paperback/Paperback)

Edited by Raffel, Marshall, W.

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This timely volume examines the health care systems of Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States. All democratic and affluent, with well-educated populations and high health standards, these countries ...

ISBN 9780271032924
Published 15 November 1996 by Inbooks
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Painted Light

Painted Light (Hardback)

By Breakey, Kate; Series edited by Wittliff, Bill

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With luminous images from nine suites of photographs, this is the first career retrospective of internationally acclaimed artist Kate Breakey, encompassing works ranging from early images that bridge art and science to her mature still lifes.

ISBN 9780292723191
Published 1 October 2010 by Inbooks
Interest Age All ages
Series Wittliff Gallery of Southwestern and Mexican Photography Series
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The Cradle of Erewhon: Samuel Butler in New Zealand

The Cradle of Erewhon: Samuel Butler in New Zealand (Trade Paperback/Paperback)

By Jones, Joseph

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The Cradle of Erewhon is an examination and interpretation of the ways in which Butler's five years in New Zealand affected his life and work, particularly Erewhon and Erewhon Revisited.

ISBN 9780292741218
Published 1 March 2012 by Inbooks
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