ISM Schism: definitions of bi-culturalism
"It seems that the number of advertisements now appearing in both Maori and English is a natural outcome on the Maori Language Bill. Previously, appointments in education and social welfare were predictable, but now both private and public organisations advertise widely and bi-lingually in an attempt to recruit bi-cultural personnel."
Table of contents
Primary author: Johanni-Piahana, Keni
Author biography: Māori
Publication format: Book chapter
Publication status: Okay to copy
Publication availability: Yes
Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre
Catalog reference: APW-1 – Archive Project Waitangi
Misc. notes: Pages 39 to 43.
Informal group: Māori, Pākehā
Culture related topics: Bi-cultural
Historical period: 20th