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by Dean Jaensch

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Author:
Dean Jaensch
ISBN13:
978-1863737616
ISBN:
1863737618
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Publisher:
Allen & Unwin (July 1, 1995)
Subcategory:
Politics & Government
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1697 kb
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Dean Jaensch (born 1936) is an Australian political scientist and a retired Professor of Political and International Studies at The Flinders University of South Australia. Jaensch was awarded a Bachelor of Arts (Honours), a Master of Arts and PhD from the University of Adelaide

State elections were held in South Australia on 26 March 1927. All 46 seats in the South Australian House of Assembly were up for election

State elections were held in South Australia on 26 March 1927. All 46 seats in the South Australian House of Assembly were up for election. The incumbent Australian Labor Party government led by Premier of South Australia Lionel Hill was defeated by the opposition Liberal Federation led by Leader of the Opposition Richard L. Butler, and the Country Party (SA) led by Archie Cameron.

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Dean Jaensch is an Australian political scientist and a retired Professor of Political and International Studies at. .

Dean Jaensch is an Australian political scientist and a retired Professor of Political and International Studies at The Flinders University of South Australia. Jaensch was awarded a Bachelor of Arts (Honours), a Master of Arts and PhD from the University of Adelaide. He wrote many highly regarded books on political parties, electoral politics and voting behaviour in Australian politics, and also focussed on State politics, Northern Territory politics, federalism within the Anglosphere and empirical methodology

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Dean Jaensch is an Australian political scientist and a retired Professor of. Jaensch was awarded a Bachelor of Arts, a Master of Arts and PhD from the University of Adelaide. He wrote many highly regarded books on political parties, electoral politics and voting behaviour in Australian politics, and also focussed on South Australian and Northern Territory politics, federalism within the Anglosphere and empirical methodology. He wrote many highly regarded books on political parties, electoral politics and voting behaviour in Australian politics, and also focussed on State politics, Northern Territory politics, federalism within the Anglosphere and empirical methodology.

Australians are induced to vote with both sticks and carrots. Shirkers can be fined up to nearly 80 Australian dollars if they fail to show at the polls. But voting, which always takes place on a Saturday, is also made easy and efficient, and is often accompanied by a community barbecue that includes eating what locals affectionately call democracy sausages.

Who has the right to vote in Australia? Do we really have compulsory voting? How do our various electoral systems work and why do we have so many? Should we have truth in political advertising? Is party identification weakening? These are some of the issues raised in Election!Dean Jaensch examines the who, the why and the how of elections and voting in Australia. He looks at the history of our system as well as the contemporary scene. He provides a clear explanation of the arithmetic of elections, an explanation of the plethora of election laws in Australia and an analysis of 'what makes the voters tick'. A combination of a handbook of elections and a study of voting and voters, Election! is written in an easy-to-read style and includes many explanatory examples.