7 edition of Double disillusion found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PN6178.A8 .Q36 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 229 p. :|
|Number of Pages||229|
|LC Control Number||2001334379|
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The book covers the context, key battles and issues in the campaign, and reports and analyses the results in detail. It provides an evaluation of the role of political actors such as the parties, independents, the media, interest groups and GetUp!, and examines election debate in the online by: 3. DOUBLE DISILLUSION THE AUSTRALIAN FEDERAL ELECTION. DOUBLE DISILLUSION THE AUSTRALIAN FEDERAL ELECTION EDITED BY ANIKA GAUJA, This book is dedicated to the memory of Margareta Gauja (–) Author: Anika Gauja, Peter Chen, Jennifer Curtin, Juliet Pietsch.
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The book covers the context, key battles and issues in the campaign, and reports and analyses the results in detail. It provides an evaluation of the role of political actors such as the parties, independents, the media, interest groups and GetUp!, and examines election debate in the online space.
‘Double Disillusion’: Analysing the. Book Description: This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the Australian federal election. Won by the Liberal–National Coalition by the slimmest of margins, the result created a climate of political uncertainty that threatened the government’s lower house majority.
Double Disillusion. Making his election-night speech to the. DOUBLE DISILLUSION xii Figure Use of above-the-line group voting squares, –. Figure Distribution of first preference votes, federal election (Tukey box plots). Figure Distribution of first preference votes, federal.
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Much like the first book in this series, 'Disillusioned' will leave you with 2 new questions for every 1 question that is answered. Reading this book I felt like a hamster on a wheel, always pushing forward, but never getting anywhere.
Some details are revealed, but the person behind all of the threats still manages to evade discovery/5(). A double dissolution is a procedure permitted under the Australian Constitution to resolve deadlocks in the bicameral Parliament of Australia between the House of Representatives (lower house) and the Senate (upper house).A double dissolution is the only Double disillusion book in which the entire Senate can be dissolved.
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DOUBLE DISILLUSION 4 A politics of disillusionment A comprehensive chronology and analysis of the main events of the campaign is provided by Marija Taflaga and John Wanna (Chapter 2); rather than covering this same terrain, our main aim in this introduction is to highlight some of the key themes that unite the diverse chapters in this book.
Mungo covers the closest election in Australian history In earlythere were few signs that the coming election would be so hotly /5.
double dissolution election finally hit the book shops in April and it is truly a mighty book. I’d like to acknowledge the effort and hard work by the editors, Anika Gauja, Peter Chen, Jennifer Curtin and Juliet Pietsch, in organising 41 contributors to produce a book of this calibre.
Get this from a library. Punch & Judy: the double disillusion election of [Mungo MacCallum] -- As the federal election approaches, who better than Mungo MacCallum to guide us through the sweat and semantics of the campaign trail.
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Double Disillusion. From –, Quantock was a weekly columnist for the Sunday Age and in SeptemberDouble Disillusion, a compilation book of these columns and some of his live performances, was published.
Awards. Order of Australia Medal () Director's Award, Melbourne International Comedy Festival ()Born: Double Disillusion: The Australian Federal Election by Anika Gauja, Peter Chen, et al. English | | ISBN: | Pages | PDF | MB "This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the Australian federal election.
Won by the Liberal–National Coalition by the slimmest of margins, the result created a climate of political uncertainty that. Double Disillusion: The Australian Federal Election. The book covers the context, key battles and issues in the campaign, and reports and analyses the results in detail.
It provides an evaluation of the role of political actors such as the parties, independents, the media, interest groups and GetUp!, and examines election debate in Cited by: 3.
Booktopia has Double Disillusion, The Australian Federal Election by Anika Gauja. Buy a discounted Paperback of Double Disillusion Format: Paperback. The title Double Disillusion, a play on the descriptor ‘double dissolution’, reflects the fact that, for many political commentators, the uncertainty of election night and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s lacklustre and somewhat sullen speech compounded what was regarded as a ‘surprisingly formulaic’ and dull campaign, ‘one defined by extreme boredom and a lack of.
As several of the chapters in the book suggest, while the government’s strategy of clearing out a previously difficult Senate may have backfired, with a plethora of new parties gaining representation, the politics behind the Senate voting reforms, the timing of the election ad the use of the double-disillusion trigger were clearly in the.
The Double Disillusion Election. Read preview. Article excerpt. Keeping a journal, and turning it into a spot-on, topical chronicle of events leading up to the Federal election less than a month ago, is a stunning achievement for veteran political commentator Mungo MacCallum.
How, I wondered, did he produce this book so quickly? "I'd been.Double Disillusion The Australian Federal Election Anika Gauja (Edited by), Peter Chen (Edited by), Jennifer Curtin (Edited by) book provides a comprehensive analysis of the Australian federal election.
Won by the Liberal-National Coalition by the slimmest.Infosheet 18 - Double dissolution. DOUBLE DISSOLUTION. If the House of Representatives passes any proposed law, and the Senate rejects or fails to pass it, or passes it with amendments to which the House of Representatives will not agree, and if after an interval of three months the House of Representatives, in the same or the next session.