Bibliography

I found it difficult to access a good resource list on Maori architecture (defined broadly), so have compiled one as I have gone along. It is a work in progress (I welcome any suggestions for additions), with the aim to turn this into a comprehensive and up to date listing for researchers and students to utilise. Obviously, it is an edited list with some decisions on what is in and what is out. Generally, I have not included resources that only make passing comment on the subject of Maori architecture, unless these are of significant importance to the field.

Atholl Anderson, “‘Makeshift Structures of Little Importance’. A Reconsideration of Maori Round Huts”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 95(1), 1986, pp.91-114 (see here).

Ellen Anderson, “Pukekaraka: A Study in Architecture and Whakapapa”, in John Macarthur and Antony Moulis (eds), Additions to Architectural History: 19th Annual SAHANZ Conference (CD-ROM), 2002.

Mike Austin, “Aussie Architecture/Kiwi Architecture”, Architectural Theory Review, 11(1), 2006, pp.5-6.

Mike Austin, “Biculturalism and Architecture in Aotearoa/New Zealand”, National Identities, 5(1), 2003, pp.39-52.

Mike Austin, “Polynesian Influences in New Zealand Architecture”, pp.123-131 in Andrew Leach (ed) et al, Shifting Views. Selected Essays on the Architectural History of Australia and New Zealand, University of Queensland Press, Australia, 2008.

Mike Austin, “Notes on the Colonial City”, Fabrications, 2/3, December 1991, pp.35-44.

Mike Austin, “Landscape and the New Zealand Maori”, pp.52-58 in Landscape and 20th Century Urban Design in Australasia, ANU & SAHANZ, Canberra, 1989.

Mike Austin, “Navigational Maps and Architectural Mappings”, pp.9-12 in Thresholds: Papers of the Sixteenth Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australian and New Zealand, SAHANZ, Australia, 1999.

Mike Austin and Jeremy Treadwell, “Constructing the Maori Whare”, in Julia Gatley (ed), Cultural Crossroads: Proceedings of the 26th International SAHANZ Conference, The University of Auckland, 2-5 July 2009.

Angela Ballara, “The Pursuit of Mana? A Re-evaluation of the Process of Land Alienation by Maoris, 1840-1890”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 91(4), 1982, pp.519-541 (see here).

Rod Barnett and Jacqueline Margetts, “Cross-cultural Place: Maori Influence in the Public Landscapes of Ted Smyth”, in Julia Gatley (ed), Cultural Crossroads: Proceedings of the 26th International SAHANZ Conference, The University of Auckland, 2-5 July 2009.

Leonard Bell, “The Representation of the Maori in European Art up to 1914”, PhD thesis, University of Auckland, 1984.

James Belich, The New Zealand Wars and the Victorian Interpretation of Racial Conflict, Penguin Books, Auckland, 1986.

Adrian Bennett, “Marae. A Whakapapa of the Maori Marae”, PhD thesis, Canterbury University, 2007 (see here).

Elsdon Best, The Pa MaoriAn Account of the Fortified Villages of the Maori in the Pre-European and Modern Times; Illustrating Methods of Defence by Means of Ramparts, Fosses, Scarps and Stockades, Te Papa Press, Wellington, 2005 (first published 1927).

Judith Binney, “Maungapohatu Revisited: or, how the Government Underdeveloped a Maori Community”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 92(3), 1983, pp.353-392 (see here).

Deidre Brown, “The Architecture of the School of Maori Arts and Crafts”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 108(3), 241-76.

Deidre Brown, “Contemporary Maori Architecture – the Case for the Untraditional”, Artlink Australia, 16(4), 1996, pp.26-27.

Deidre Brown, “Intersecting Lines”, Interstices 4, Auckland University (CD-ROM), 1998. See here.

Deidre Brown, “Instituting Biculturalism”, pp.101-109 in Charles Walker (ed), Exquisite Apart: 100 Years of Architecture in New Zealand, Balasoglou Books, 2005.

Deidre Brown, “Te Pahi’s Whare: the First European House in New Zealand”, pp.164-186 in Stuart King, Anuradha Chatterjee and Stephen Loo (eds), Fabulation: Proceedings of the 29th Annual SAHANZ Conference, University of Tasmania, Launceston, 2012.

Deidre Brown, “The Maori Response to Gothic Architecture”, Architectural History, 43, 2000, pp.253-270.

Deidre Brown, Maori Architecture: From Fale to Wharenui and Beyond, Raupo, Auckland, 2009.

Deidre Brown, “Nga Paremata Maori: The Architecture of Maori Nationalism”, Fabrications, 12(2), December 2002, pp.1-17.

Deidre Brown, “The Whare on Exhibition”, pp.65-79 in Anna Smith and Lydia Wevers, On Display. New Essays in Cultural Studies, Victoria University Press, Wellington, 2004.

Deidre Brown, “Post-European and Indigenous Architectural Histories in Aotearoa New Zealand”, pp.112-122 in Andrew Leach (ed) et al, Shifting Views. Selected Essays on the Architectural History of Australia and New Zealand, University of Queensland Press, Australia, 2008.

Deidre Brown, “Nga Whare Matauranga Maori: The Recent History of Maori Tertiary Architecture”, pp.19-24 in Thresholds: Papers of the Sixteenth Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, SAHANZ, Australia, 1999.

Deidre Brown, “Clothed not Clad. Maori Woven Architecture”, pp.59-63 in Celebration: Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, SAHANZ, Napier, 2005.

Deidre Brown, “Te Hau ki Turanga”, pp.7-26 in Journal of the Polynesian Society, 105(1), March 1996 (see here).

Giselle Byrnes, Boundary Markers. Land Surveying and the Colonisation of New Zealand, Bridget Williams Books, Wellington, New Zealand, 2001.

Giselle Byrnes, “Surveying Space: Constructing the Colonial Landscape”, in Bronwyn Dalley and Bronwyn Labrum, eds, Fragments: Essays in New Zealand Social and Cultural History, Auckland University Press, 2000, pp. 54-75.

Giselle Byrnes, “Claims of the Past: Maori, Pakeha and the Politics of Settlement”, in Wayne Rumbles and Paul Havemann, eds, Prospects and Retrospects: Law in History, Proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference of the Australia and New Zealand Law and History Society 2001, Hamilton: University of Waikato, 2002, pp. 155-163.

Giselle Byrnes, “A Dead Sheet Covered with Meaningless Words? Place Names and the Cultural Colonization of Tauranga”, New Zealand Journal of History, 36(1), 2002, pp. 18-35 .

Giselle Byrnes, “Surveying-The Maori and the Land: An Essay in Historical Representation”, New Zealand Journal of History, 31(1), 1997, pp. 85-98.

Giselle Byrnes, “The Colonial Scribe: Shortland’s Southern Journey and the Calligraphy of Colonisation”, History and Anthropology, 8(4), 1994, pp. 207-35.

Giselle Byrnes, “Inventing New Zealand: Surveying, Science, and the Construction of Cultural Space, 1840s-1880s”, PhD thesis, University of Auckland, 1995.

Giselle Byrnes, “‘Texted Pasts’ – the Sources of Colonial Land Surveying”, Kotare, 1(1), 1998, pp.?? (see here).

K. R. Cairns, “Hakikino Hill Pa”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 67(4), 1957, pp.330-334 (see here).

Henry M. Christie, “Rangitatau Pa”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 52(4), 1943, pp.202-3 (see here).

Janet Davidson, “The Paa Maori Revisited”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 96(1), 1987, pp.7-26 (see here).

Frances del Mar, “The Maori Pa or Citadel”, in A Year Among the Maoris. Study of their Arts and Customs, Ernest Benn Ltd, London, 1924 (see here).

Gordon Ell, Shadows on the Land. Signs of the Maori Past, The Bush Press, Auckland, 1985.

Ngarino Ellis, “Narratives of Change: Ngati Porou Architecture in the 19th Century”, pp.127-38 in Andrew Leach and Emina Petrovic (eds), Formulation Fabrication: The Architecture of History, Proceedings of the 17th Annual SAHANZ Conference, 2000.

Bronwyn Elsmore, Mana From Heaven: A Century of Maori Prophets in New Zealand, Reed, Auckland, 2004.

A.-Chr. Engels-Schwarzpaul, “Out There: Whare and Fale Performing Abroad”, in Julia Gatley (ed), Cultural Crossroads: Proceedings of the 26th International SAHANZ Conference, The University of Auckland, 2-5 July 2009.

A.-Chr. Engels-Schwarzpaul and Keri-Anne Wikitera, “Counter Currents: Whare Nui and Fale Abroad”, pp.38-46 in The Pacific Connection – Trade, Travel & Technology Transfer, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, 2009 (see here).

F.G. Fairfield, “Maungakiekie”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 50(198), 1941, pp.92-104 (see here).

R.W. Firth, “The Korekore Pa. An Ancient Maori Fortress”,  Journal of the Polynesian Society, 34(133), 1925, pp.1-18 (see here).

Aileen Fox, “Prehistoric Maori Storage Pits: Problems in Interpretation”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 83(2), 1974, pp.141-154 (see here).

Errol Haarhoff, “Expressing National Identity and Culture in Architecture: A Comparative Study in South Africa, Australia and New Zealand”, in Julia Gatley (ed), Cultural Crossroads: Proceedings of the 26th International SAHANZ Conference, The University of Auckland, 2-5 July 2009.

Justine Harvey, “Creative Arts Building – Te Ara Hihiko”, Architecture New Zealand, 4, 2012, pp.66-72.

Justine Harvey, “Conversation: Bicultural Architecture”, Architecture New Zealand, 4, 2012, pp.31-40 (see here).

Eileen Hooper-Greenhill, “Perspectives on Hinemihi, A Mäori meeting house”, pp.129-43 in T. Barringer and T. Flynn (eds), Colonialism and the Object: Empire, Material Culture and the Museum, Routledge: London, 1998.

Robert Jahnke, He Tataitanga Ahua Toi. The house that Riwai built/a continuum of Maori art, PhD thesis, Massey University, Palmerston North, 2006 (see here).

I. H. Kawharu, Maori Land Tenure: Studies of a Changing Institution, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1977.

I. H. Kawharu, “The Prichard-Waetford Inquiry into Maori Land”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 76(2), 1967, pp.205-214 (see here).

Kirihi Te Riri Maihi Kawiti, “The Storming of Hone Heke’s Pa”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 62(1), 1953, pp.85-87 (see here).

Leslie G. Kelly,”Whare-taewa Pa, Mecury Bay 1952″, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 62(4), 1953, pp.384-390 (see here).

Danny Keenan, Wars Without End. The Land Wars in Nineteenth Century New Zealand, Penguin Books, Auckland, 2009.

Brenda Layton, “Alienation Rights in Traditional Maori Society. A Reconsideration”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 93(4), 1984, pp.423-440 (see here).

Mike Linzey, “On the Pointing Signification of the Meeting House”, Fabrications, 14(1 & 2), December 2004, pp.13-20.

Mike Linzey, “The Tapu Tradition of Ringatu Houses”, Historic Places, June 1990, pp.26-34.

Mike Linzey, “Bicultural Architecture: Evaluating the Contribution of Te Kooti”, pp.101-08 in Kevin Green (ed), In the Making: Architecture’s Past, Proceedings of the 18th Annual SAHANZ Conference, 2001.

Mike Linzey, “A Faultline at Te Papa: the Use of a Metaphor”, Fabrications, 17(1), 2007, pp.69-82.

Mike Linzey, “Some Binary Architecture. Sites for Possible Thoughts”, Interstices 4, Auckland University (CD-ROM), 1995. See here.

Shona Lowe, “From Maori tea-hut to Turkish palace: The “dream houses” of Queen Marie of Romania”, pp.19-31 in Journal of the Decorative Arts Society 1850 to the Present, 23, 1999.

Christine McCarthy, “‘The Maori House’, ‘Te Pa’, and ‘Captain Hankey’s House’: Bicultural Architecture in New Zealand at the Turn of the Century”, Fabrications, 11(1), 2000, pp.62-78.

Christine McCarthy, “Bi-cultural Architecture”, Proceedings of New Zealand in the 1980s: A One Day Symposium, Centre for Building Performance Research, Victoria University, Wellington, 2009, pp.33-42.

Jonathan Mane-Wheoki, ‘The black light paradox: the sumptuous austerity of Ralph Hotere’s art’. Art New Zealand, no.98, Autumn 2001, pp.72–7, 91. (see here)

Bill McKay, “Maori Architecture: Transforming Western Notions of Architecture”, Fabrications, 14(1&2), December 2004, pp.1-12.

Bill McKay, “Looking at Maori Architecture”, in John Macarthur and Antony Moulis (eds), Additions to Architectural History: 19th Annual SAHANZ Conference (CD-ROM), 2002.

Bill McKay, “Resonant Time and Cyclic Architecture: Notions of Time and Architectural History in New Zealand”, pp.295-300 in Limits: Proceedings of the 21st Annual SAHANZ Conference, 2004.

Bill McKay, “Halfcaste or bicultural: John Scott, Maori and architecture in the 1960s”, pp.365-371 in inTerrance McMinn, John Stephens and Steve Basson (eds), Contested Terrains: Proceedings of the 23rd Annual SAHANZ Conference, 2006.

Bill McKay, “Resonant Time and Cyclic Architecture: Notions of Time and Architectural History in New Zealand”, pp.295-300 in Harriet Edquist & Hélène Frichot (eds), Limits: Proceedings from the 21st Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand, Melbourne, 2004.

Bill McKay, “Te Mirumiru”, Architecture New Zealand, 4, 2012, pp.42-48.

Bill McKay, “Palisade: Okahu Bay” in Julia Gatley (ed), Cultural Crossroads: Proceedings of the 26th International SAHANZ Conference, The University of Auckland, 2-5 July 2009.

Bill McKay and Antonia Walmsley, “Maori Time: Notions of Space, Time and Building Form in the South Pacific”, pp.199-204 in Maryam Gusheh and Naomi Stead (eds), Progress: Proceedings of the 20th Annual SAHANZ Conference, 2003.

Sidney Moko Mead, “Whenua Tautohetohe. Contested Land”, pp.233-242 in Landmarks, Bridges and Visions: Aspects of Maori Culture: Essays, VUW Press, Wellington, 1997.

Paul Memmott and James Davidson, “Indigenous Culture and Architecture in the South Pacific Region”, Fabrications, 18(1), June 2008, pp.75-117.

Felicity Milburn, ‘Building sites: Hotere’s sculpitecture’. Landfall, May 2001, no.201, pp.89–97.

Apirana Ngata, “Notes on the Rev. H.W. Williams’ Paper on ‘The Maori Whare'”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 6(2), 1897, pp.85-88 (see here).

Roger Neich, “The Maori House Down in the Garden: A Benign Colonialist Response to Maori Art and the Maori Counter-Response”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 112(3), 2003, pp.331-368 (see here).

Roger Neich, Painted Histories. Early Maori Figurative Painting, Auckland University Press, Auckland, 2001.

Roger Neich, Carved Histories. Rotorua Ngati Tarawhai Woodcarving, Auckland University Press, Auckland, 2001.

Keith Newman, Ratana the Prophet, Raupo, Auckland, 2009.

Geoff Park, Theatre Country. Essays on Landscape and Whenua, Victoria University Press, Wellington, 2006.

Anna Peterson, “Signs of Higher Life: Maori Whare and the European Concept of Civilisation c.1800-1850”, pp.153-62 in inAndrew Leach and Emina Petrovic (eds), Formulation Fabrication: The Architecture of History, Proceedings of the 17th Annual SAHANZ Conference, 2000.

Anna Peterson, “The European use of Maori art in New Zealand homes c. 1890-1914”, pp.57-72 in B. Brookes (ed.), At Home in New Zealand: Houses, History, People, Bridget Williams Books, Wellington, 2000.

William J. Phillipps, Maori Houses and Food Stores, Dominion Museum Monograph 8, Government Printer, Wellington, 1952

William J. Phillipps, Carved Maori Houses of Western and Northern Areas of New Zealand, Dominion Museum Monograph 9, Government Printer, Wellington, 1955.

T. W. Rimini, “The Fall of Maunga-a-kahia Pa, New Zealand”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 1(2), 1892, pp.147-152 (see here).

T. W. Rimini, “The Fall of Pukehina, Oreiwhata, and Poututa Pas, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 2(1), 1893, pp.43-50 (see here).

Albert Refiti,”Making spaces: Polynesian architecture in Aotearoa New Zealand”, pp.209-25 in S. Mallon and P.F. Pereira (eds), Pacific Art Niu Sila, Wellington: Te Papa Press, Museum of New Zealand, 2002.

Richard Rolston, “Excavations at Pa-site, Lake Horowhenua”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 53(4), 1944, pp.163-174 (see here).

Richard Rolston, “Further Excavations at Pa-site, Lake Horowhenua”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 56(3), 1947, pp.256-265 (see here).

Richard Rolston, “Results of Further Excavations at Pa-site, Lake Horowhenua”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 57(4), 1948, pp.279-300 (see here).

Joshua Rutland, “On the Ancient Pit Dwellings of the Pelorus District, South Island, New Zealand”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 6(2), 1897, pp.77-84 (see here).

John Scott & M. Ching-Fan. ‘Of Woolsheds, Houses and People’. Islands 2, No 3 (Spring 1973): 289–302.

F. W. Shawcross and J.E. Terrell, “Paterangi and Oruarangi Swamp Pas”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 75(4), 1966, pp.404-429 (see here).

Robin Skinner, “Representations of Architecture and New Zealand in London, 1841-1860”, PhD thesis, Auckland University, 2007.

Robin Skinner, “So They Ought To Know What Goes On. The First Group Houses and a Māori Tradition”, pp.994-1009 in Stuart King, Anuradha Chatterjee and Stephen Loo (eds), Fabulation: Proceedings of the 29th Annual SAHANZ Conference, University of Tasmania, Launceston, 2012.

W. H. Skinner, “The Capture of the Rewarewa Pa, by a Taua of the Taranaki Tribe”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 2(3), 1893, pp.179-185 (see here).

Mark Southcombe, “Silent Voices”, in Julia Gatley (ed), Cultural Crossroads: Proceedings of the 26th International SAHANZ Conference, The University of Auckland, 2-5 July 2009.

M. P. K. Sorrenson, “The Racial Conflict Over Land in New Zealand”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 68(3), 1958, pp.211-214 (see here).

M. P. K. Sorrenson, “Land Purhcase Methods and Their Effect on Maori Population, 1865-1901”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 65(3), 1956, pp.183-199 (see here).

Vanya Steiner, “(Mis)appropriation in New Zealand Architecture’; An Incriminating Cite”, Interstices 4, Auckland University (CD-ROM), 1995. See here.

Dean Sully (ed), Decolonising Conservation. Caring for Maori Meeting Houses Outside New Zealand, Left Coast Press Inc, USA, 2007.

Richard Sundt, “On the Erection of Maori Churches in the Mid 19th Century: Eyewitness Testimonies from Kaupapa and Otaki”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 108(1), 1999, pp.7-38 (see here).

Richard Sundt, “Reconstruction of a Carved Maori Church: Controversy and Creativity at Manutuke, 1849-63 (Part 1)”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 117(2), 2008, pp.129-210 (see here).

Richard Sundt, “Reconstruction of a Carved Maori Church: Controversy and Creativity at Manutuke, 1849-63 (Part 2)”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 117(3), 2008, pp.223-266 (see here).

Richard Sundt, Whare Karakia: Maori Church Building, Decoration and Ritual in Aotearoa New Zealand, 1834-1863, Auckland University Press, Auckland, 2010.

David Teviotdale and H.D. Skinner, “Oruarangi Pa”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 56(4), 1947, pp.340-356 (see here).

Jeremy Treadwell, “Elevating the Tahuhu: A Historical Reconstruction”, pp.1151-1166 in Stuart King, Anuradha Chatterjee and Stephen Loo (eds), Fabulation: Proceedings of the 29th Annual SAHANZ Conference,
University of Tasmania, Launceston, 2012.

Sarah Treadwell, “Tracing the Grotesque: Angas and Kaitangata”, Fabrications, 11(2), September 2001, pp.60-72.

Sarah Treadwell, “Categorical Weavings: European Representations of the Architecture of Hakari” pp.265-284 in A. Calder, & J.Lamb, & B. Orr (eds.), Voyages and Beaches: Pacific Encounters, 1769-1840, University of Hawai’i Press, Honolulu, 1999.

Sarah Treadwell, ‘Rangiatea: Architecture Between the Colonial and the Indigenous”, Fabrications, 2/3, December 1991, pp.19-34.

Sarah Treadwell, “Images of Gate Pa”, pp.557-62 in Terrance McMinn, John Stephens and Steve Basson (eds), Contested Terrains: Proceedings of the 23rd Annual SAHANZ Conference, 2006.

Tanguru Tuhua, “He Korero Tatai Mo Horehore Pa, I Te Takapau”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 15(2), 1906, pp.61-68 (see here, and here for the English translation by S. Percy Smith).

Major Tu-nui-o-Rangi, “Kakhai-Makatea Pa, Lower Wairarapa”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 13(2), 1904, pp.126-129 (see here).

Linda Tyler, “Te Raukura Te Wharewaka O Poneke”, Architecture New Zealand, 4, 2012, pp.51-56 (see here).

Russell Walden, Voices of silence: New Zealand’s Chapel of Futuna. Wellington, 1987.

Angela Wanhalla, “Housing Un/healthy Bodies: Native Housing Surveys and Maori Health in New Zealand 1930-45”, pp.1-21 in Health & History, 8(1), 2006.

Alan Ward, “Alienation Rights in Traditional Maori Society. A Comment”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 95(2), 1986, pp.259-266 (see here).

Erin Williams, “Maori Fire Use and Landscape Changes in Southern New Zealand”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 118(2), 2009, pp.175-189 (see here).

Paul Williams, “Bicultural Space in the Museum: The Case of Te Marae”, Fabrications, 16(1), 2006, pp.91-104.

Paul Williams, “A Breach on the Beach: Te Papa and the Fraying of Biculturalism”, Museum and Society, 3(2), 2005, pp.81-97.

Rev. H. W. Williams, “The Maori Whare: Notes on the Construction of a Maori House”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 5(3), 1896, pp.145-154 (see here).

Peter Wood, “Nga Purapura, Te Wananga O Raukawa”, Architecture New Zealand, 4, 2012, pp.58-64..

Peter Wood, “The Maori Land Occupation Structures of Waikaremoana, New Zealand”, pp.163-68 in Andrew Leach and Emina Petrovic (eds), Formulation Fabrication: The Architecture of History, Proceedings of the 17th Annual SAHANZ Conference, 2000.

Peter Wood, “Hidden References: Evidence of Influence in John Scott’s Design for the Chapel of Futuna”, in Julia Gatley (ed), Cultural Crossroads: Proceedings of the 26th International SAHANZ Conference, The University of Auckland, 2-5 July 2009.

Suzanne Woodley, The Native Townships Act 1895, Waitangi Tribunal Preliminary Report, Rangahaua Whanui National Themes, Waitangi Tribunal, Wellington, September 1996. See here.

Amanda Yates, “Cultural Crossings: The In-between Architecture of John Scott’s Futuna Chapel” in Julia Gatley (ed), Cultural Crossroads: Proceedings of the 26th International SAHANZ Conference, The University of Auckland, 2-5 July 2009.

Hong-Key Yoon, “The Sacred (Tapu) Complex in the Maori Settlement of the East Coast, New Zealand”, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 87(2), 1987, pp.115-124 (see here).





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