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How exactly are young people consuming political news?
To what extent are voters engaged in the election and election issues?
Why are politicians generally viewed as untrustworthy?
Dr Jackie Dickenson
Clive Palmer and Bob Katter both want to make a splash on the national stage this election. But are they contenders or crazies?
Dr Damon Alexander
Former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser reflects on presidential-style politics, media stunts, twitter and Rupert Murdoch.
A philosopher's view on political debate and fact checking— why it’s a good thing whether we agree on the facts or not.
Professor Greg Restall
With almost half the world's population set to cast a vote in this year, 2014 is shaping up as one of democracy's biggest (and most challanging) years.
Think you know where you stand on the various parties' policies? Test yourself using Vote Compass, an interactive tool to really get you thinking about policy.
India's election will take place at the intersection of two inexorable trends — urbanisation and 'youthification'.
The mainstream media needs to change the way it reports politics.
The sheer scale of this exercise in democracy is mind-boggling.
When will we go to the polls? The only certainty is it has to be before November 30.
India's general election promises to be louder, bigger and more colorful than the Mardi Gras, the Carnival and La Tomatina put together.
Will young voters "like" Kevin Rudd as much the second time around?
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Date created: 25 June 2013
Last modified: 18 December 2014