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Class Notes for POL101 at Macquarie University

Australian Politics in Global Context

POL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Denis Healey, Panama Papers, Washington Consensus

Week 12: Neoliberalism, Business Power Neoliberalism Harvey (2005, 2) describes neoliberalism as a theory of political economic practices that proposes that human wellbeing can best be advanced by liberating individual ent...

Politics and International Relations/Politics
POL101
Lloyd Cox
POL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Jim Cavanagh, Jim Cairns, Gorton Government

Week Eleven: What is radicalism? Goes to the root (cited in Engler 2004) Seeks a fundamental change in the pattern of social relationships (Love 1988, 151) Fry (1983): radicals have confronted the powerful authorities of t...

Politics and International Relations/Politics
POL101
Lloyd Cox
POL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Maiden Speech, Party System, Franklin Dam Controversy

Week ten Major Party Convergence Reality of system, how elites see it, and popular attitudes Major parties are said to have converged Partly explains broad anger towards politicians and institutions Both parties lost masse...

Politics and International Relations/Politics
POL101
Lloyd Cox
POL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Kenneth Wheare, Commonwealth V Tasmania, Council Of Australian Governments

Week three Federalism What is Federalism: the method of dividing powers so that the general and regional governments are each, within a sphere, coordinate and independent (Sir Kenneth Wheare, 1963 Federal Government) But i...

Politics and International Relations/Politics
POL101
Lloyd Cox
POL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Jim Cairns, Living Wage, Neoliberalism

Week eight: The ALP Birth of the ALP: Culmination of gradual steps towards formal politics (Nairn 1989) Debate about the timing and location of emergence Many believe its birthplace to be Barcaldine, QLD, 1891 In NSW Balma...

Politics and International Relations/Politics
POL101
Lloyd Cox
POL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: John Stuart Mill, Broad Church, Workchoices

Week nine: The Liberal Party Liberal Party of Australia: Heritage of Fusion in 1909 Conservatives united against Labor Hughes Nationalists and Lyons UAP LPA founded by Menzies in 1945 Most successful federally (in Coalitio...

Politics and International Relations/Politics
POL101
Lloyd Cox
POL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Garfield Barwick, Rex Connor, Parliamentary System

Week 2 What is a Constitution? A written or unwritten set of ruleslaws that provide an overarching framework within which national states, governments and citizens pursue their respective goals. Most states, including Aust...

Politics and International Relations/Politics
POL101
Lloyd Cox
POL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Peter Reith, Peter Cosgrove, Australian Migration Zone

Week five What and Who is the Executive? The Australian Constitution is clear that, formally speaking, executive power is vested in the Monarch, with that power being exercisable by a GovernorGeneral. But by convention, th...

Politics and International Relations/Politics
POL101
Lloyd Cox
POL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Judicial Independence, Savoia-Marchetti Sm.75, Liberal Democracy

Week six HC Constitutional Powers: S.71 The judicial power of the Commonwealth shall be vested in a Federal Supreme Court, to be called the High Court of Australia In 1975, the Privy Council Act effectively made High Court...

Politics and International Relations/Politics
POL101
Lloyd Cox
POL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Wayne Swan, Antonio Gramsci, Joseph Nye

Week one: Lecture one The Rising Power of Vested Interests In 2012 Treasurer Wayne Swan warned of the rising power of vested interests. The noisy handful that he had in mind were the leaders of the mining industry who in...

Politics and International Relations/Politics
POL101
Lloyd Cox
POL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Responsible Government, Ultimate Power, Australian Council Of Trade Unions

Week four Parliament and Government The two terms are often used interchangeably, but are in fact distinct, government stemming from and implying a descending form of rule and parliament an ascending form of rule. Governme...

Politics and International Relations/Politics
POL101
Lloyd Cox
POL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Aboriginal Australians, Edmund Barton, Terra Nullius

Week seven Assimilation It is not the job of taxpayers to subsidize lifestyle choices (then Prime Minister Abbott, 11 March 2015) Made the comment in support of the Western Australian Governments plan to close down around ...

Politics and International Relations/Politics
POL101
Lloyd Cox
Organizational Behavior - Reference Guides

The systematic study of individual and group behavior within organizational structures is outlined in this coordinated Guide. Theories of leadership and individual behavior are related to the foundations of group behavior ...

Psychology
PSYC 302
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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Multilateral Treaty, European Economic Community, Statute Of The International Court Of Justice

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM International Law APPLICATIONS TREATIES ...

Commerce
COMM 404
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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Liberal Democracy, Illiberal Democracy, Representative Democracy

Political Science2 Political Science3 permacharts TM WHAT IS POL...

Political Science
POLC42H3
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