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Martin Phillips

( 1998 ) respectively. Larner’s notion of spatial imaginaries is framed in the context of discussions of economic globalisation and the integration of Aotearoa/New Zealand into this space-economy. She argues that globalisation has involved shifts in the objects of economic governance and that these in turn are predicated on shifts in spatial imaginaries, or imaginative

in Cinematic countrysides