APSA Conference 2012 - Hobart
The 2012 APSA Annual Conference was hosted by The University of Tasmania, Hobart between 24th and 26th September 2012.
The conference website can be found here
Peer Reviewed Papers
Allan, Lyle : Voting Systems, Peak Body Proportional Representation Advocacy and Victorian Local Government
Bromfield, Nicholas : Welcome Home : Reconciliation, Vietnam Veterans, and the Reconstruction o f Anzac Under the Hawke Government
Brookes, Stephanie Younane : The 'Rise of China' in Australian and United States Newspaper Coverage of US President Barack Obama's Australian Visit
Brostrom, Jannika : Re-Evaluating "Cooperative Security" and Good International Citizenship : The Case of Cambodia
Burgmann, Verity : Imagining the End of Capitalism : The Practical-Political Value of Utopian Thinking for the Climate Movement
Carroll, Peter : Australia and Intergovernmental Organisations from 1919 to the 1960s
Carson, Andrea : Watchdog Role of Newspapers The Watchdog Role of Newspapers : Analysing Print Walkley Winners 1956-2011
Chan, Hin Yeung : The Relationship Between Governance Crisis and Public Policy : Beyond the Policy Window
Chou, Mark : Sowing the Seeds of its Own Destruction : Democracy and Democide
Davis, Alexander : Fear, Security and the Other : Competing Conceptions of India in the Australian Colonial Imagination
Dedekorkut-Howes, Aysin and Sloan, Mellini : Disasater Resilience and Local Adaptation Capacity in Coastal Queensland
Drew, B. : Traditional Thai Culture Stigmatising and Silencing Discourse on Non-Marital Sexuality
Elbra, Ainsley : The Curse of International Extractice Firms : Resource Wealth and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa
Errington, Wayne : Surplus to Requirement : Budget Politics and teh Quality of Economic Debate in Australia
Gale, Melanie : The Adaptive Capacity of Communities Affected by Policy-Making : A Case Study of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan
Garnier, Adele and Cox, Lloyd : Twenty Years of Mandatory Detention : The Anatomy of a Failed Policy
Glasson, Ben : Aware But Unmoved : Symptoms of the Absent Centre of Climate Change Discourse
Gunstone, Andrew : Reconciliation and 'The Great Australian Silence'
Habib, Benjamin : A "Strong and Prosperous" Country? Field report from North Korea
Harrison, Ryl : Women in Political Leadership : Coming So Far to Fail?
Hill, Lisa : Conceptions of Political Corruption In Ancient Athens and Rome
Howes, Michael; Grant, Deanna; Bosomworth, Karyn; Reis, Kim; Tangney, Peter; Heazle, Michael; McEvoy, Darryn and Burton, Paul : Rethinking Emergency Management and Climate Adaptation Policies
Hussein, Shakira : Gender Discrimination, Multiculturalism and Islam : Ayaan Hirsi Ali and the Question of Women
Isakhan, Benjamin : Oil Unions and Democracy in Post-Saddam Iraq
Kefford, Glenn : Are Leaders Becoming More Powerful? Kevin Rudd and the Presidentialization Thesis Re-Examined
King, Marshall : The Troubles of Free Speech Theory
Klassen, Andrew : Electoral Management Autonomy : A Cross-National Analysis from Latin America
Little, Adrian and Macdonald, Kate : Pathways to Democratic International Institutions : Taking Plurality and Turbulence Seriously
McLean, Wayne : 'Power and Ideas in Australian Foreign Policy'
Makinda, Samuel : Knowledge and Development in Africa
Martin, Aaron : Confidence in Political Parties in Australia : Evidence from the AES
Mintrom, Michael : Policy Entrepreneurs and Controversial Science : Governing Human Embryonic Stemm Cell Research
Narramore, Terry : Exercising Sovereignty China's 'Core Interests' and Unfinished National Unification
Pandey, Chandra Lal : International Climate Change Negotiations and the Media
Pavkovic, Alexsandar : Seccession and Its Diverse Definitions
Reid, Sophie : Political Representation and Public Interest Advocacy
Roberts, Cain : Are Domestic Policy Actors A Popular Exhibit in the Foreign Policy Zoo?
Shannon, Elizabeth; Holden, Jane and Van Dam Pieter : Implementing National Health Reform - Is Organisational Culture the Key?
Simpson, Adam : Challenging Injustice Through a Critical Approach to Energy Security : A CEntral Component of Environment Security
Staples, Joan : Environmental Policy, Environmental NGOs and the Keating Government
Sussex, Matthew : Power Shifts 'Rebalancing' and Russian Foreign Policy in the Asia-Pacific
Taflaga, M : A More Aggressive Parliament? An Examination of Australian Parliamentary Behaviour 1996 to 2012
Webber, Courtney : "Moving Forward?" Changing Relationships Between Government and Non-Government Sectors in Tasmania