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In New Zealand, earlier charitable activity may have been less in need of rehabilitation, partly because it had a weaker purchase in a colonial society and partly because the class differentials fundamental to images of charitable paternalism and condescension were less clear-cut (Tennant 2000). The same model is then used by students in exploring particular social problems and policies of interest to them. Children were regarded as being competent and as having rights–to physical and psychological integrity among other things.

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