2011
DOI: 10.1080/10361146.2011.595388
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Politicisation but not Responsiveness: Preferences and Experiences of New Zealand Councillors

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“…It should also perhaps be mentioned here that the responses of the NSW councillors that answered our survey support very closely the responses found in similar studies of New Zealand councillors (Haidar et al. ), and in those from Victoria, Australia (Pullin and Haidar ). This similarity of responses across two of the largest states in Australia and in New Zealand further enhances the validity of findings of the current study.…”
Section: Methods Of Data Collectionsupporting
confidence: 88%
“…It should also perhaps be mentioned here that the responses of the NSW councillors that answered our survey support very closely the responses found in similar studies of New Zealand councillors (Haidar et al. ), and in those from Victoria, Australia (Pullin and Haidar ). This similarity of responses across two of the largest states in Australia and in New Zealand further enhances the validity of findings of the current study.…”
Section: Methods Of Data Collectionsupporting
confidence: 88%
“…They found that political parties received adverse outcome for implementing a centrally controlled wrong local government reform. Haidar, Reid, and Spooner (2011) carried out an empirical study on New Zealand local government politicisation. They found that the majority of councillors preferred to influence council officers.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%