J.W. Davidson and the W.K. Hancock: Patronahe, preferment, privilege

Munro, Doug (2005) J.W. Davidson and the W.K. Hancock: Patronahe, preferment, privilege. Journal of New Zealand Studies, 4/5: 39-63.


Author Munro, Doug
Title J.W. Davidson and the W.K. Hancock: Patronahe, preferment, privilege
Journal name Journal of New Zealand Studies
ISSN 1176-306X
Publication date 2005-10
Sub-type Article (original research)
Issue 4/5
Start page 39
End page 63
Total pages 23
Place of publication Wellington, New Zealand
Publisher Victoria University of Wellington
Language eng
Abstract The article discusses the viewpoints regarding academic lifestyle as seen by J.W. Davidson, and the unpleasantries involved. The relationship between J.W. Davidson and W.K. Hancock and the connections between academic patronage, institution building and personal interaction that are a part and parcel of professional opportunity are highlighted.
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ
Additional Notes Issue 4/5 (Oct 2005 - Oct 2006)

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