School of Politics and International Relations (ANU)

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2019 Australian federal election: results from the Australian Election Study

This report presents findings from the 2019 Australian Election Study (AES). The AES surveyed a nationally representative sample of 2,179 voters after the 2019 Australian federal election to find out what shaped their choices.
Discussion paper

Obama's twice in a lifetime speech and Tony Abbott's unwelcome welcome

Obama's visit to Australia gave followers of politics a rare opportunity to observe the performances of three distinct leaders in three distinct roles. The visit of a United States President is among the more exciting events Australian parliamentarians experience. This was obvious on November 17...
Conference paper

Public service, public values: the implementation of a charter of values in the Australian public service

John Wanna examines the tortuous processes through which a charter of ‘values’ was introduced to the Australian Public Service Act in 1999. It first charts the political debates and context that shaped the introduction of these ‘APS values’, then evaluates the implementation of these values...

Does cyber campaigning win votes? Online communication in the 2004 Australian election

Studies of web use during elections have focused mainly on the content of websites and the major factors driving parties and candidates' adoption of the technology. Evaluation of the electoral impact of web campaigns have been more limited. This study addresses this question using the...