Julia 2010 : the caretaker election / edited by Marian Simms and John Wanna.

"This book provides a comprehensive coverage of one of Australia's most historic elections, which produced a hung parliament and a carefully crafted minority government that remains a heartbeat away from collapse, as well as Australia's first elected woman Prime Minister and the Austr...

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Corporate Author: Australian National University Press.
Other Authors: Simms, Marian., Wanna, John.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Acton, A.C.T. : ANU E Press, 2011.
Series:ANZSOG (Series)
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505 0 0 |t The Caretaker Election of 2010: 'Julia 10' versus 'Tony 10' and the onset of minority government -- Marian Simms and John Wanna --  |g Part 1.  |t Leaders, Ideologies and the Campaign.  |t Diary of an Election /  |r Marian Simms --  |t Bad Governments Lose: Surely there is no mystery there /  |r Rodney Cavalier --  |t The Ideological Contest /  |r Carol Johnson --  |g Part 2.  |t The Media and the Polls.  |t The New Media and the Campaign /  |r Peter John Chen --  |t To the Second Decimal Point: How the polls vied to predict the national vote, monitor the marginals and second-guess the Senate /  |r Murray Goot --  |t Debates, Town-Hall Meetings and Media Interviews /  |r Geoffrey Craig --  |t May the Less Threatening Leader of the Opposition Win: The cartoonists' view of election 2010 /  |r Haydon Manning and Robert Phiddian --  |g Part 3.  |t The Parties' Perspectives.  |t The 2010 Federal Election: The Liberal Party /  |r Brian Loughnane --  |t The Australian Labor Party /  |r Elias Hallaj --  |t The Greens /  |r Andrew Bartlett --  |g Part 4.  |t The States and Regions.  |t New South Wales /  |r Elaine Thompson and Geoff Robinson --  |t Victoria /  |r Nick Economou --  |t South Australia /  |r Dean Jaensch --  |t The Northern Territory /  |r Dean Jaensch --  |t Tasmania /  |r Tony McCall --  |t The Australian Capital Territory /  |r Malcolm Mackerras --  |t Queensland /  |r Ian Ward --  |t Western Australia at the Polls: A case of resurgent regionalism /  |r Narelle Miragliotta and Campbell Sharman --  |t Rural and Regional Australia: The ultimate winners? /  |r Jennifer Curtin and Dennis Woodward --  |g Part 5. Policies and Issues.  |t Managing Gender: The 2010 federal election /  |r Marian Sawer --  |t Immigration Issues in the 2010 Federal Election /  |r James Jupp --  |t The Influence of Unions and Business in the 2010 Federal Election: Claims of 'slash and burn' and 'still no response and no answers' /  |r John Wanna --  |t Environmental Issues and the 2010 Campaign /  |r Geordan Graetz and Haydon Manning --  |t Religion and the 2010 Election: Elephants in the room /  |r John Warhurst --  |g Part 6.  |t Election Results.  |t The Results and the Pendulum /  |r Malcolm Mackerras --  |t Electoral Behaviour in the 2010 Australian Federal Election /  |r Clive Bean and Ian McAllister --  |t Seventeen Days to Power: Making a minority government -- Brian Costar. 
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520 1 |a "This book provides a comprehensive coverage of one of Australia's most historic elections, which produced a hung parliament and a carefully crafted minority government that remains a heartbeat away from collapse, as well as Australia's first elected woman Prime Minister and the Australian Greens' first lower house Member of Parliament. The volume considers the key contextual and possibly determining factors, such as: the role of leadership and ideology in the campaign; the importance of state and regional factors (was there evidence of the two or three speed economy at work?); and the role of policy areas and issues, including the environment, immigration, religion, gender and industrial relations. Contributors utilise a wide range of sources and approaches to provide comprehensive insights into the campaign. This volume notably includes the perspectives of the major political groupings, the ALP, the Coalition and the Greens; and the data from the Australian Election Survey. Finally we conclude with a detailed analysis of those 17 days that it took to construct a minority party government." 
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