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History would suggest today's political journalists might actually be sexist, without intending to or even being aware of the fact.Sally Young.
University of Melbourne students on the week in politics, the Midwinter Ball and Wikileaks Party candidate Julian Assange. [Audio]The Farrago Team
A nationally representitive survey has found Australian politicians are failing to engage or build a sense of trust with voters just months out from the federal election.Aaron Martin
The mainstream media needs to change the way it reports politics.Margaret Simons
A reformed journalist's memories from an election campaign busMargo Kingston
Analysing the 2013 election through the lens of the past.
University of Melbourne students on that thing called the economy, September 7 and exactly how many pollies are Slytherins…The Farrago Team
Find out what happened when group of Australia's top political journalists gathered to discuss election reporting.Ryan Sheales
News Ltd is widely perceived as being anti-Labor. How will it respond to the Coalition in government? Dr Denis Muller
As the Indian election looms, the nation's industrialists and media powerbrokers are performing a delicate dance of influence.Swati Chaturvedi.
An Australian TV journalist working in New Dehli provides an insight into the difficulties providing comprehnsive coverage of the sprawling Indian elections. [Video]
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