Items where Subject is "16 STUDIES IN HUMAN SOCIETY > 1606 Political Science > 160601 Australian Government and Politics"
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Chubb, Ian, Robson, Alan, Drysdale, Peter, and Sayer, Jeff (2011) Strategic Framework for International Agricultural Research within Australia's Aid Program. Report. UNSPECIFIED, Canberra, Australia.
Dale, Allan (2013) Governance challenges for northern Australia. Working Paper. Cairns Institute, James Cook University, Cairns, QLD, Australia.
Hunt, Doug (2010) Labour in North Queensland: industrial and political behaviour, 1900-1920. VDM Verlag , Saarbrucken, Germany.
Hunt, Doug (2009) Writing political history: Joh Bjelke-Petersen and the 1970 leadership challenge. Queensland History Journal, 20 (10). pp. 470-494.
Hiddlestone, Janine (2008) An Uneasy Legacy: Vietnam veterans and Australian society. Verlag Dr. Muller, Saarbrucken, Germany, pp. 1-342.
Leggett, Chris (1993) Book review of "Corporate Management in Australian Government: reconciling accountability and efficiency" by G. Davis, P. Weller and C. Lewis, 1989, Melbourne, Macmillan. Asia-Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 30 (4). pp. 79-81.
Marchant, Jillian, and Taylor, Pauline (2014) A Rural PhD Candidate and the Grace of Community. In: Proceedings of the Australian Sociological Society Conference. From: TASA 2014: Australian Sociological Society Conference: challenging identities, institutions and communities, 24-27 November 2014, Adelaide, SA, Australia.
Murphy, Peter (2013) Why should government get in the way of business? In: Wilson, Tim, Carli, Carlo, and Collits, Paul, (eds.) Turning Left or Right: values in modern politics. Connor Court Publishing, Ballarat, VIC, Australia, pp. 115-119.
Murphy, Peter (2012) The end of the age of reform. Quadrant, 56 (9). pp. 8-15.
Rodgers-Healey, Diann (2013) Considerations for Australia's next woman prime minister. Australian Centre for Leadership for Women (ACLW), Minnamurra, NSW, Australia.
Rodgers-Healey, Diann (2013) Political leaders and the media: a relationship that impacts on the nation's consciousness. Advancing Women in Leadership, 33. pp. 87-95.
Rodgers-Healey, Diann (2013) Why do women vote for women: an exploration of decision criteria in the Australian 2010 federal election. International Journal of Leadership in Public Services, 9 (1/2). pp. 6-21.
Rodgers-Healey, Diann (2012) Australian Women's Views of PM Gillard and Mr. Abbott. Report. Australian Center for Leadership for Women, Minnamurra NSW.
Rodgers-Healey, Diann (2010) Factors Influencing Women's Vote in the 2010 Australian Federal Election. Report. Australian Centre for Leadership for Women, Minnamurra, NSW.
Strauss, Jonathan (2011) Book review of "Labor's conflict: big business, workers and the politics of class" by Tom Bramble and Rick Kuhn, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. Labour History, 101. pp. 240-241.
Strauss, Jonathan (2011) The Accord and working-class consciousness: the politics of workers under the Hawke and Keating governments, 1983-1996. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Strauss, Jonathan (2011) The significance of the organisational origins of the Greens. In: Proceedings of the Australian Political Science Association Conference 2011: crisis, uncertainty and democracy, pp. 1-12. From: APSA 2011 Australian Political Science Association Conference: crisis, uncertainty and democracy, 26-28 September 2011, Canberra, ACT, Australia.
Strauss, Jonathan (2009) New parties in the long decade of ALP government. In: Proceedings of the Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference, pp. 1-21. From: APSA 2009: Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference, 27-30 September 2009, Sydney, NSW, Australia.
Strauss, Jonathan (2009) Party formation and activity among workers during the Hawke and Keating governments. In: Oliver, Bobbie, (ed.) Labour History in the New Century. Black Swan Press, Perth, Australia, pp. 231-242.
Strauss, Jonathan (2007) Australian working class political history: towards a reassessment. In: Proceedings of the Tenth National Labour History Conference: labour traditions, pp. 198-201. From: Tenth National Labour History Conference, 4-6 July 2007, Melbourne, Australia.