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Australasian Parliamentary Review

Autumn 2010. Vol 25, No. 1

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From the editor, Elaine Thompson

Articles

The Australian Parliament in the Twitterverse, Roxanne Missingham

#An Analysis of the Sources of Public Accounts Committee Inquiries: The Australian Experience, Kerry Jacobs, Kate Jones & David Smith

AUSTRALASIAN STUDY OF PARLIAMENT GROUP CONFERENCE 2009:
THE CHANGING FACE OF PARLIAMENTARY OPPOSITION — INDEPENDENTS, PARTIES AND HOUSES

Independent Members in the Legislative Assembly of New South Wales - Periods of Change: Keynote Address, Richard Torbay

Parliamentary Opposition and Overview

#Educating and Training Parliamentarians, C. Neesham, P. Holland, C. Lewis, K. Coghill & R. Donohue

'Queensland Speaks': A progress report, Roger Scott and Peter Spearitt

How Independent the Arbiter? A case study of recent Northern Territory events, Robyn Smith

Formal v. Informal Oppositions

Does the Gender Composition of an Opposition Influence its Role on Women’s Issues? John E.S. McCulloch

The Media and the Opposition, Judy Maddigan

An Analysis of Parliamentary Questions raised by Opposition in the Uttar Pradesh (India) State Legislative Assembly, Suman Ojha and Sanjay Mishra

Independents and Cross Benches

The Age of Independence? Independents in Australian Parliaments, Mark Rodrigues & Scott Brenton

Vigorous Democracy, Christine Milne

Green Members in Green Chambers: The role of the Australian Greens in government formation, William Bowe

Resources for Oppositions

Opposition One Day, Government the Next: Can oppositions make policy and be ready for office? Scott Prasser

Working Collaboratively from Opposition (Independents, Parties and Houses) To Improve Services for Social Disadvantage, Judy Hopwood

Can the Opposition Effectively Ensure Government Accountability in Question Time? An empirical study, Parameswary Rasiah

What’s In It for Us? Why Governments Need Well Resourced Parliaments, Jordan Bastoni and Clement Macintyre

Houses and Opposition

Being in Opposition - Opportunities Lost, Russell D. Grove

ANZACATT

Orders for Documents: An Examination of the Powers of the Legislative Council of Victoria, Anthony Walsh

REPORT FOR ASPG

Timor-Leste in 2009: A Report, Robyn Smith

ELECTION REPORT

The South Australian Election 2010: A Summary, Dean Jaensch

PARLIAMENTARY CHRONICLES

Time of Transition: The Queensland Parliament and Electoral Volatility, 2008–09. Paul D. Williams

NOTE: Report on 2009–10 Victorian Chapter ASPG Meeting Topics

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* These articles have been double blind refereed to full academic standards.

Acknowledgments

The Australasian Study of Parliament Group wishes to express its gratitude to the following businesses and departments for their generous support for the activities of the Group, especially publication of Australasian Parliamentary Review.

ASPG also appreciates a substantial grant from the revenues arising from publication and sale of J. R. Odgers, Australian Senate Practice, 6th edition, 1991.


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