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Analysis of Australian politicians speeches

Lowe, David, Walter, James and Noonan, Murray 2010, Analysis of Australian politicians speeches [data collection], Australian politicians and the uses of history : from Federation to the present, RM6336.

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Field of Research 210303 Australian History (excl Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History)
160601 Australian Government and Politics
210304 Biography
Socio Economic Objective 950503 Understanding Australia's Past
Name of data collection Analysis of Australian politicians speeches
Creator(s) Lowe, DavidORCID iD for Lowe, David orcid.org/0000-0003-3332-483X
Walter, James
Noonan, Murray
Related institution(s) ARC Discovery
Date completed 2010
Material type text
.pdf
.doc
.html
ANDS collection type dataset
Collection start date 2010-03
Collection end date 2012-03
Project name Australian politicians and the uses of history : from Federation to the present
Project Description The project aims to provide depth to public understanding of political dialogue and how it is informed by national and international histories.
Project ID RM6336
Description of resource 10MB, 500 - 1000 documents
Software required NVivo
Keyword(s) historical consciousness in political speech
history as persuasion
Australian political parties
gender
Library of Congress subject heading Politicians -- Australia
Political oratory -- Australia
Language eng
Summary While competing interpretations of Australian history occasionally attract controversy, there is a need for a comprehensive analysis, over time, of the significance of histories and history making for Australian politicians. In taking the longer view of Australian political speech and thought since the Federation, this data will provide a stronger foundation for both political engagement with historical themes and public appreciation of the continuing role of history in contemporary policy debates. The data comprises comprehensive qualitative analysis, using key search terms and themes, over time, of speeches of Australian politicians. Sources used include Hansard, other occasional speeches in public records, political party records, and Australian Parliamentary Library resources.
GrantID ARC DP1094114
General notes This data was sourced from publicly available resources from Australian Parliamentary Library, the Australian Policy & History (APH) Network, websites of political parties and Hansard. Documents are collected and analysed from online archival sources from the Australian Parliamentary Library, the Australian Policy & History (APH) Network, websites of political parties and Hansard. The data is organised in two ways. The analyses is arranged by slices of history and themes chosen from the perspective of their value in terms of historical sensibility. The files are named by a combination of date and author. The project will progress to collecting interviews from politicians at a later stage, which may be included with the data collection.
Contact details (email) director-adri@deakin.edu.au
Contact details (physical) Alfred Deakin Research Institute, Deakin University, 1 Gheringhap Street, Geelong, Victoria 3220 Australia
Access conditions Restricted to research group and other ADRI research support staff until publication/s based on the data are published. Enquiries should be addressed via email to the chief investigator, Professor David Lowe.
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30036768

Document type: Data Collection
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