Government Politics in Australia
Pearson Higher Education AU, Sep 5, 2013 - Political Science - 369 pages
Government and Politics in Australia 10e is the comprehensive and scholarly political science text that provides thorough and accessible content written by authorities in the field.
Now in its 10th edition, Government and Politics in Australia continues to provide students with a research-based, in-depth contemporary introduction to the Australian political system. A strengthened focus on government and politics ensures that this classic text remains the most comprehensive and authoritative guide to the structure and institutions of Australian government, as well as political parties, representation, interest groups and the role of the media in Australian politics.
The 10th edition has been thoroughly revised and updated by experts in the field led by a new editor team and includes a completely new chapter on Australia in the world.
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Part 2 Party and electoral politics
accessed agenda Allen & Unwin argued Australian Democrats Australian Electoral Australian Electoral Commission Australian Federation Australian government Australian Greens Australian Journal Australian politics business sector Cabinet campaign Canberra candidates cent Chapter committee Commonwealth of Australia compulsory voting Constitution decisions democratic dominance economic electoral system executive federal election government’s Greens High Court House of Representatives Howard government ideology important individual industrial influence institutions interest groups issues Journal of Political Julia Gillard Kevin Rudd Labor government leaders leadership legislation liberal democracies Liberal Party lobbying lobbyists majority McAllister Melbourne ministerial minor parties National Party organisations outcome Oxford Parliament parliamentary party system party’s political parties Prime Minister proportional representation public servants public service Queensland reform relations role Sawer seats Senate social Social Democracy Sydney system of government traditional University Press voters Warhurst Westminster system Whitlam women WorkChoices