Australian Elected Representatives' Use of New Media Technologies 2002
PublisherCentre for Public Policy, University Of Melbourne
University of Melbourne Author/sCHEN, PETER
AffiliationArts: Centre for Public Policy
CitationsChen, P. (2002). Australian Elected Representatives' Use of New Media Technologies 2002, Centre for Public Policy, University Of Melbourne.
Access StatusOpen Access
This document is based on a survey of Australian elected representatives undertaken during the first half of 2002. The aims of the research were to examine the use of, and interest in, new media technologies, such as the Internet, by Australia's elected officials across four levels of government: Commonwealth, State and Territory parliamentarians, Local Government councillors, and councillors of the Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander Commission.
KeywordsInternet; Australia; Elected Representatives; Federalism; New Media; Online Voting; Electronic Democracy; Media Technologies
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