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Rae, Wear Commonwealth of Australia David, Clune New South Wales Nick, Economou Victoria John, Wanna Queensland David, Black and Harry C.J., Phillips Western Australia Haydon, Manning South Australia Tony, McCall Tasmania David, Carment Northern Territory Gwynneth, Singleton Australian Capital...
The rise of Hansonism provoked a campaign of demonstrations, rallies, marches and walkouts. This movement was frequently received within the media as violent, disruptive, and illiberal. However, I argue that anti‐Hanson contention represented a noteworthy form of active citizenship. It contested...
This paper does three things. First, it offers a critique of the academic literature on the One Nation vote, focusing on the limitations of the work of political geographers and the methodological shortcomings of survey researchers. Second, it re‐examines data from the 1998 Australian Election...
This paper focuses on desire and its animating force in the Pauline Hanson One Nation Party. Examining the symbolic logic underpinning the rapport between Pauline Hanson and her constituency, it explores the connection between forms of love and forms of political organisation. Locating the...
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