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|Title:||Governing change : from Keating to Howard|
|Publisher:||Curtin University of Technology|
|Contents:||1. Introduction: the crisis in Australian political culture -- 2. Shaping the nation: Labor’s consensus in diversity -- 3. Howard, Labor and the revenge of the mainstream -- 4. The politics of identity and Australia’s culture wars -- 5. Gender and Australian political discourse -- 6. The increasing challenge to grand narratives: economic liberalism and the postmodern republic -- 7. Neo-liberalism: new ways of governing economic life -- 8. Critiquing economic rationalism -- 9. Political ideology and discourse in the age of cyberculture: government, the economy and technology -- 10. Conclusion -- Postscript to the revised edition: a changed Australian culture - or conditions for a Labor resurgence?|
|Appears in Collections:||Politics publications|
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