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Neoliberalism and Post-Colonialism in Conflict: Hybridisation in Early Childhood in the South Pacific

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NZ International Research in Early Childhood Education journal

Research on the understandings of early childhood professionals on colonisation and ECE policies and systems post-colonisation. Read the full paper below. Or to order a pdf copy of the article go to the main NZIRECE Journal page.

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