Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies
Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies

Research Supported by the Clark Center

2021. Carson, A. Gibbons, A., and Phillips J. 'Recursion theory and the ‘death tax’: Investigating a fake news discourse in the 2019 Australian election.Journal of Language and Politics

2021. Gibbons, Andrew. 'The Loss of Expertise in Campaign Coverage? Political Aficionados and Experts in Policy News.' Journalism Studies 22 (2): 137–54. 
2021. Gibbons, Andrew. 'Politics and Media in the Digital Age.' In Australian Government and Politics, edited by A. Fenna and R. Manwaring, 271-286Melbourne: Pearson.

2020. Gibbons, Andrew. ‘Crisis of Policy Reporting: Evidence from Australian Election Campaigns, 2001-2013.’ Journalism Studies 21 (5), 615-635

2019. Carson, Andrea, Andrew Gibbons and Aaron Martin. ‘Did the minority Gillard government keep its promises? A study of promissory representation in Australia.’ Australian Journal of Political Science, 54(2), pp. 219-237.

2019. Evans, Rhonda. “The Australian Policy Agendas Project,” (with Keith Dowding and Aaron Martin), in Frank A. Baumgartner, Christian Breunig, and Emiliano Grossman (eds.), The Comparative Agendas Data Project Book. (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

2019. Evans, Rhonda. “The New Zealand Policy Agendas Project,” in Frank A. Baumgartner, Christian Breunig, and Emiliano Grossman (eds.), The Comparative Agendas Data Project Book. (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

2019. Farhall, Kate, Andrea Carson, Scott Wright, Andrew Gibbons and William Lukamto. 'Political Elites' Use of Fake News Discourse Across Communications Platforms.International Journal of Communication, 13, pp. 4353-4375. 

2017. Knopff, Rainer, Rhonda Evans, Dennis Baker, and Dave Snow. “Dialogue:  Clarified and Reconsidered” (with Rainer Knopff, Dennis Baker, and Dave Snow), Osgoode Hall Law Review, 54(2), pp. 609-644.

2015. Evans, Rhonda and Sean Fern. “From Applications to Appeals: A Political Science Perspective on the New Zealand Supreme Court’s Docket.”  in Mary-Rose Russell and Matthew Barber (eds.), The Supreme Court of New Zealand 2004-2013.  (Wellington: Thomson Reuters), pp. 33-60. 

2014. Givens, Terri E. and Rhonda Evans Case. Legislating Equality: The Politics of Antidiscrimination Policy in Europe. (Oxford: Oxford University Press). 

2013. Evans Case, Rhonda. "Comparative Judicial Studies at the 2012 World Congress of Political Science." Law & Courts Newsletter, 23(1), pp. 19-32

2013. Shaffer, Robert. “Judicial Oversight in the Comparative Context: Biodiversity Protection in the US, Australia, and Canada.” Environmental Law Reporter, 43(2), pp. 10169-10188. 

2013. Graham, Don.  Michael Wilding and the Fiction of Instant Experience: Stories, Novels, and Memoirs, 1963-2012(Amherst, NY:  Teneo Press).  

2007. McCausland, Jeffrey D., Douglas T. Stuart, William Tow, Michael Wesley, eds. The Other Special Relationship: The United States and Australia at the Start of the 21st Century.  (Carlisle, Pennsylvania:  Strategic Studies Institute).  

2006. Lipow MacLeod, Celeste.  Multiethnic Australia: Its History and Future. (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co.). 

Emerson, Arthur. The Almost Magic Pudding: A Brief History and Overview of Australian Materials at the Library of Congress.  Written by an Australia/New Zealand Specialist at the Library of Congress, this paper was presented at an annual meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Studies Association of North America (ANZSANA) in Georgetown.  

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