The Voices of New Zealand Voters
Listening to what voters have to say provides us a different angle on the political. It allows us insight into how sociocultural and historical factors, subnational or local discourses and interactional demands shape us as political people. It allows us to consider our political identities and those of others both intersubjective and multifaceted. Recognising this complexity can lead to a more nuanced approach to political discourse and dialogue in an increasingly polarised global environment.
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