Please note: Copyright remains with the authors. All papers were refereed in line with the requirements of the Australian government's Department of Education, Science and Training (DEST). A description of the refereeing process is at the bottom of this page.
Australian Prime Ministers and Deposition – John Gorton and Bob Hawke Compared
Psychiatrists and Political Intervention: A Case Study of the Illegal Immigrant Debate in Australia
'Howard's Battlers': The Electoral Evidence
‘Let the little children come to me': the Catholic church's response to the mandatory detention of child asylum seekers
The radical neo-liberal movement and its impact upon Australian politics
Contextual effects and other influences: using multilevel modelling to study the extent and causes of spatial variations in post-war Australian federal voting
Globalisation and Rising Inequality in Australia: Is Increasing Inequality Inevitable in Australia?
Jennifer Curtin and Kelly Sexton
Selecting and electing women to the House of Representatives: Progress at last?
‘Careful what you ask for': participation and neo-liberal governance
Food, warfare and the impact of Atlantic capitalism in Aoteoroa/New Zealand
‘We need to win …' Making feminist politics in trade unions and transnational labour activist networks
Brian Galligan and Fred Morton
Democracy, Rights and Interests: How Institutions Matter
The Internal Organisation of the Australian Democrats: Lessons for Participatory Parties
People, Politicians and Political Stability
Murray Goot and Tim Sowerbutts
Dog Whistles and Death Penalties: The Ideological Structuring of Australian Attitudes to Asylum Seekers
The formal reconciliation process in Australia 1991-2000
The ‘Australian Settlement' in the Countryside: Small farmers and the rise of statutory marketing in Australia
Lisa Hill and Jonathon Louth
Compulsory Voting Laws and Turnout: Efficacy and Appropriateness
Re-Personalising the Body Politic: The Feminist Focus (and Functioning) of EMILY's List Australia
Parliamentarians' Staff and the Professionalisation of Australian Politics
Megan Kimber, Lisa Ehrich and Neil Cranston
Ministerial Advisers: Guardians or Usurpers of Responsible Government?
Labor under Latham: “New Politics”, Old Dilemmas
Economic Voting and Electoral Behaviour: How do Individual, Local and National Factors Affect the Partisan Choice?
‘People Like That': Race, religion and values in recent Australian political rhetoric
Temporary Protection Visas: The bastard child of the One Nation Party!
The Politics of Indigeneity and contemporary challenges to Maori self-determination
Percy Spender and the origins of Anzus: an Australian initiative
Constructing the national good: Howard and the rhetoric of benevolence
When women support women...: A case study of EMILY's List in Australia
The Australian Labor Party and its various constituencies
Peter van Onselen
Bicameralism and Representation: partisanship and party expectations
Peter van Onselen
Major Party Senators: campaigns, organisation and resource disposal
Why Howard goes too far: institutional change and the renaissance of groupthink
Implementation of STV in New Zealand Local Elections
Contesting women's rights: the influence of religious forces at the United Nations
"'Boys' (and 'Girls'?) in the Policy Document Boys: Getting it right"
Bludging Sex – What's wrong with the Pimp?
Sexuality Sells: Advertising in Gay and Lesbian Newspapers
The Politics of Signs: Gay and Lesbian Issues in Comparative Perspective
The Fabrication of Female Circumcision: The UN, Walter Roth and Ethno-Pornography
Outdoor Advertising and Graffiti: Gender, Fear and Public Space
Is International Citizenship Gendered?
Democracy in the Arab world: Fact or fiction?
Richard de Angelis
Options/Scenarios for the future of the War on Terrorism and the Foreign Policy of George W. Bush, from a political sociological perspective
Exploring Environmental Security: Nuclear Waste in the Indian Ocean Region
Kim Dae Jung and the Consolidation of Democracy in South Korea
A Case for Convergence? Indonesian Labour Politics, 1973-1998
Conceptualising Imperialism in the 21st century
A Defense of Cultural Equality
Political Violence and Democracy: Do Societal Identity Threats Matter?
Forcible Humanitarian Intervention: Practical Objections to the Ethical Principles and Applications
Alliance Relations and the 2004 Trade Agreement
East Asian Security
Islamic Fundamentalism: Myth and Reality Confronted?
Suicide and Civic Republicanism: Questioning Durkheim and Putnam
Has Devolution Transformed Scottish Local Government? Notes from a Small Country Facing Common Problems of Governance
George W. Bush and his biographers
A Tale of Two Mechanisms: Assessing World Bank Group Accountability
Felix Patrikeef and Greg de Cure
Sun Yat-sen and Greater China
State Responsibility, Sovereignty, and Failed States
The Demon of Modernity: The Inscrutable Politics of International Terrorism (When the pursuit of infinite justice requires perpetual war)
Human rights are a necessary fiction but a fiction nonetheless
Democratisation and political reform in the Asia-Pacific: Is there an "Asian Model" of institutional design?
Bruce Tranter and Mark Weston
Question Ordering Effects in Inglehart's Postmaterial Index
What Now for Cyprus Re-Unification? : A post-EU Accession and Annan Plan analysis
The Political Economy of the Music Industry: Its Rise and Stall
Political musing over the Australian National Museum
Humour, Multiculturalism and Political correctness
Haydon Manning and Robert Phiddian
Censorship and the Political Cartoonist
Reconsidering the Fourth Estate: The functions of infotainment
A New Pillar of Society
Lisa Hill's Discovery of Adam Smith's ‘Hidden Theology'
John Locke after 300 years
Carol Bacchi and Chris Beasley
An Ethic of Social Flesh
Bauman, 'Wasted Lives' and the Eclipse of the Political
The Moral Physics of the Body Politic: Changing Contours of Corruption in Western Political Thought
Striking Back Against Empire: Autonomist Marxism and Globalisation
The Emotional Virtues
Galston's Liberal Pluralism
The politics of German science in Australia in the 19th century
Adam Smith and Adam Ferguson on the Division of Labour
Leadership and conflict: Some necessary conditions for peacemaking
Liberal democracy, ethics and the politics of disagreement
Community as a Political Ideal
The Politics of Responsibility
Rousseau's Reveries: The Juvenile Independence of the Solitary Walker
What is the status of questioning in Dewey's theory of inquiry? Democracy, science, and practical reason
George Orwell's Socialist Commitment and His Moment of Political Optimism
Standard Bearers for the Markets: International credit rating agencies and the impact of economic globalisation on politics and public policy in the Australian states
Mobilising Citizen Engagement? The Use of Online Technologies by Australian Third Sector Organisations
Beyond the Unemployment Rate: Implications for South Australian Employment Policy
A.J. Brown and John Uhr
Integrity Systems: Conceiving, Describing, Assessing
John Casey and Bronwyn Dalton
Ties that bind?: The impact of contracting and project-based funding regimes on advocacy
The rise and rise of indigenous policy entrepreneurs in New Zealand
Redundancy in the Queensland Public Service 1859-1999
Theatres of innovation: Political communication and contemporary public policy
Michael de Percey
National Security versus Civil Liberties: Towards an Australian Bill of Rights
The governance of social science
Andy Fefta Wijaya
Evaluating outcome performance in an Indonesian public water company: the implications of cost efficiency and price policy to the poor
Jane Fleming and Rod Rhodes
It's situational: the dilemmas of police governance in the 21st Century
Fred Gale and Marcus Haward
Public accountability in private regulation: contrasting models of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)
Brian Head and AJ Brown
Ombudsman, Corruption Commission or Police Integrity Authority? Choices for Institutional Capacity in Australia's Integrity Systems
Changing Places?: Commonwealth and State Government Performance and Regional Forest Agreements
Commonwealth Department Consultancies: Oriented to Programme Content or Corporate Services?
Environmental Policy & Regulation - is it necessary?
Michael Howes, K. Lyons, M. Cuthill and S. Bryant
Civil Society Revisited: Possibilities for increasing community collaboration in a competitive world
Galina Ivanova and Bruce Tranter
The Environment - who cares?: Willingness to pay for ‘the environment' in cross-national perspective
Exploring the Genealogy of ‘Governance' within Australian Political Discourse
Impermeability, incorporation and transformation: ideation and health policy change
Tiffany Morrison and Marcus Lane
The rise and rise of environmental NGOs: unforeseen risks to democratic environmental governance in Australia
Revisiting the Situatedness of Institutional Urban Management: The Politics of Urban Policy in Australian Federal Governance
The Commonwealth Public Integrity System: There Used To Be One, Is There Anymore?
Miranda Roe and Anne Morris
The capabilities of women: towards an alternative model of ‘responsibility' in supporting families and children
Arthur Shacklock, Carmel Connors, Angela Gorta and Frank O'Toole
Exploring the public-private divide: An initial comparison of some integrity assessment tools (IATs)
The New South Wales Public Integrity System: Is There One?
The Future of Indigenous Policy on Remote Communities
How Do We Know if It's Working? Activities and Criteria for Assessing the Impacts of Integrity Institutions, Policies and Reforms
Lou Wilson and Keri Chiveralls
Labor and social capital: disengaging from social justice?
The refereeing process followed was in accordance with DEST guidelines. Referees were chosen from the academic community and were independent experts in their chosen field. Each paper submitted for refereeing was submitted as a blind (unidentifiable) copy. Written comments were received from each referee for each paper. Papers requiring revision were returned to authors for the required changes. At no time were referees informed of the identities of the authors whose papers they were assessing.