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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 360000 Policy and Political Science -> 360100 Political Science :

360101 Australian Government and Politics (237)
360102 Comparative Government and Politics (66)
360103 Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations (4)
360104 Political Theory and Political Philosophy (113)
360105 International Relations (343)
360199 Political Science not elsewhere classified (85)

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Johns, G. (1999). A bill of rights: The ultimate in participation, or an immature stage in our development. In: Samuel Griffiths Society, Proceedings of the Eleventh Conference of the Samuel Griffith Society. Upholding the Australian Constitution, Melbourne, (101-127). 9-11 July 1999. 201  
Whitehouse, G. M. (2006) Access to parental leave in Australia: evidence from Negotiating the Life Course. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 40 4: 489-503. 279   1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Robinson, T. (2005) A Collective Reckoning with the Past. Dialogue, 3 1: 178-206. 62  
Wear, R. (2005) 'Adventure, Heterodoxy and Knavery': Queensland's Electoral Experience. Queensland Review, 12 2: 87-96. 95  
Leet, M. (2002) Aftereffects of knowledge: Dogmatic retreats and sceptical adventures. Critical Horizons, 3 2: 201-223. 67  
Hundt, D. (2005) A legitimate paradox: Neo-liberal reform and the return of the state in Korea. Journal of Development Studies, 41 2, February 2005: 242-260. doi:10.1080/0022038042000309232 88   17 Cited 26 times in Scopus26 0
Marlay, Ross and Pruitt, L. J. (2006) Algeria in (eds.) Encyclopedia of the Developing World. New York: Routledge 43  
Lyon, R. B. Alliance Unleashed: Australia and the U.S. in a New Strategic Age. Australia: Australian Strategic Policy Institute, 2005. 84  
Bleiker, R. (2005). Alternatives to Peacekeeping in Korea: The Role of Non-State Actors and Face-to-Face Encounters. In Alex J. Bellamy and Paul Williams (Ed.), Peace Operations and Global Order First ed. (pp. 143-159) United States of America: Routledge. 54 5
Bleiker, R. (2004) Alternatives to peace keeping in Korea: the role of non-state actors and face-to-face encounters. International Peacekeeping, 11 1: 143-159. doi:10.1080/1353331042000228490 112   0
Beeson, Mark (2004). American Ascendancy: Conceptualizing Contemporary Hegemony. In: Bush and Asia: America's Evolving Relations with East Asia, Brisbane, Australia, (). 26 November, 2004. 631 1736
Beeson, M. K. (2006) American hegemony and regionalism: The rise of East Asia and the end of the Asia-Pacific. Geopolitics, 11 4: 541-560. doi:10.1080/14650040600890727 353   Cited 13 times in Scopus13 0
Beeson, M. K. (2003) American Hegemony: The view from Australia. SAIS Review, 23 2: 113-131. 139  
Ward, Ian (2003) An Australian PR state?. Australian Journal of Communication, 30 1: 25-42. 1635 2
Jull, P. S. (1999) A new deal for Canada's north. North, 10 1: 5-10. 29  
Clements, Kevin P. (2004). A non-violent moment - response to "terrorism in America". 414 237
Dow, G. (2002) Anti-rationalism in political economy. Journal of Australian Political Economy, 1 50: 72-81. 134  
Beeson, M. K. (2005) APEC in M. Griffiths (eds.) Encyclopaedia of International Relations and Global Politics. London: Routledge 55  
Scott, R. D. (2004) A personal memoir of policy failure. The failed merger of ANU and the Canberra CAE.. Australian Universities Review, 47 1: 10-20-20. 73  
Bleiker, R. (2003) A rogue is a rogue is a rogue: US foreign policy and the Korean nuclear crisis. International Affairs, 79 4: 719-737. doi:10.1111/1468-2346.00333 350 1 10 Cited 18 times in Scopus18 0
Bleiker, Roland (2004) Art, emotions and global terrorism. Social Alternatives, 23 2: 48-53. 85   Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Beeson, M. K. (2005) ASEAN in M. Griffiths (eds.) Encyclopaedia of International Relations and Global Politics. London: Routledge 36  
Brigg, Morgan James (2005). Asking after selves : knowledge and settler-indigenous conflict resolution PhD Thesis, School of Political Science and International Studies, The University of Queensland. 298 24
Vaughan, M. A. (2005). Aspects of Japanese Foreign Policy from 1990 to 1995 PhD Thesis, School of Political Science and International Studies, The University of Queensland. 163  
Carnegie, P. J. (2002). Assessing regime change: the processes of democratic transitions and consolidations. In: Andrew Parkin, The Jubilee Conference of the Australasian Political Studies Association. APSA50, Canberra, ANU, (). 2-4 October, 2002. 46  
Whitehouse, G. M., Diamond, C. N. and Lafferty, G. (2002). Assessing the benefits of telework: Australian case study evidence. In: Ian McAndrew and Alan Geare, Proceedings of the 16th AIRAANZ Conference. Celebrating Excellence, Queenstown, New Zealand, (300-308). 6-8 February 2002. 156  
Bell, Stephen and Quiggin, John (2006) Asset Price Instability and Policy Responses: The Legacy of Liberalization. Journal of Economic Issues, 40 3: 629-649. 102   7 Cited 12 times in Scopus12
Wear, R. (2004) Australia in B. Szajkowski (eds.) Revolutionary and Dissident Movements of the World. 4th London: John Harper 37  
Wear, R. (2005). Australia. In Bogdan Szajkowski (Ed.), Political parties of the world 6th ed. (pp. 33-37) London, UK: John Harper Publishing. 51  
Ryan, M. (2005) Australian defence procurement: Have the lessons from Collins sunk without trace?. Dialogue, 3 3: 40-61. 39  
Wear, R. (2005) Australian liberalism, past and present. Australian Journal of Politics And History, 51 3: 473-480. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8497.2005.0388a.x 378 1 1 0
Allen, Wendy (2007). Australian political discourse: Pronominal choice in campaign speeches. In: Ilana Mushin and Mary Laughren, Annual Meeting of the Australian Linguistic Society, Brisbane, Australia, (). 7-9 July, 2006. 974 2633
Bateman, J. S. (2005). Australian Prime Ministers and Deposition: John Gorton and Bob Hawke compared. In: Australasian Political Studies Association Annual Conference 2004. Australasian Political Studies Association Annual Conference 2004, Adelaide, Australia, (). 29/8/04 - 1/10/04. 61  
Benvenuti, A. (2004) Australia's foreign policy in the aftermath of 9/11. GAST Newsletter, 18 14-25. 109  
Bell, S. R. Australia's Money Mandarins. The Reserve Bank and the politics of money. United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 2004. 112 4
Ungerer, C. J. (2006) Australia's Policy Responses to Terrorism in Southeast Asia. Global Change, Peace and Security, 18 3: 193-199. doi:10.1080/14781150600960248 107 2 0
Ganley, N.T. (2002). Australia the show dog: an identification and analysis of the mongrel metaphor in the bulletin. In: Andrew Parkin, The Jubilee Conference of the Australasian Poltical Studies Association. APSA50, Canberra, ANU, (). 2-4 October, 2002. 57  
O'Connell, Lisa (2004). Authorship and libertine celebrity: Harriette Wilson’s regency memoirs. In P. Cryle (Ed.), Libertine enlightenment: Sex, liberty and licence in the eighteenth century (pp. 161-181) London: Palgrave. 465 91
Lyon, R. B. (2005) Ballistic Missile Defence in Martin Griffiths (eds.) Encyclopedia of International Relations and World Politics. Australia: Routledge 82  
Bellamy, A. J. and McDonald, M. (2005) Because I said so: A response to Makinda. Australian Journal of Political Science, 40 4: 555-558. doi:10.1080/10361140500302407 61   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Marlay, Ross and Pruitt, L. J. (2006) Ben Bella, Ahmed in (eds.) Encyclopedia of the Developing World. New York: Routledge 71  
Jones, D.M. and Windybank, S. (2005) Between Two Worlds. Australian Foreign Policy Responses to New and Old Security Dilemmas. Centre for Independent Studies. Occasional Papers, October 20 Occasional Paper 97: 5-27. 120  
Dow, G (2002) Beyond cynicism and desperation: a case for new political institutions. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 56 1: 39-45. doi:10.1080/10357710220120829 71   0 0
Kath, Elizabeth (2004). Beyond the liberal development model: Linking social capital with state capacity. In: La Obra de Carlos Marxy los Desafios del Siglo XXI, Havana, Cuba, (). 4-8 May, 2004. 52  
Tamaschke, Louise A. (2004) 'Blooming Landscapes'? Taking stock of German reunification after 14 years. Dialogue, 2 1: 1-10. 43  
Wilson, E. K. (2005) Book Review: Alastair Bonnett. The Idea of the West: Culture, Politics and History. (Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004) 201 pages. $58. ISBN 1-4039-0035-3.. Dialogue, 3 2: 114-117. 330  
Beeson, M. K. (2005) Book Review: Ann Capling. Australia, the US and Free Trade. Media International Australia, 115: 139-140. 58  
Carnegie, P. J. (2005) Book Review: Clive Hamilton, Growth Fetish. Crows Nest: Allen & Unwin 2003. ISBN 1741140781. Dialogue, 3 3: 62-64. 76  
Lyon, Rod (2004) (Book Review) Contemporary nuclear debates: Missile defense, arms control and arms races in the twenty-first century. Australian Journal of Political Science, 39 1: 221-222. doi:10.1080/1036114042000205740 44   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Beeson, M. K. (2005) Book Review: Donald E. Weatherbee et. al. International Relations in Southeast Asia: The Struggle for Autonomy. Contemporary Southeast Asia, 27 3: 535-538. 112  

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