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Type: Journal article
Title: Public acceptance of compulsory voting: Explaining the Australian case
Author: Hill, L.
Citation: Representation, 2010; 46(4):425-438
Publisher: Routledge
Issue Date: 2010
ISSN: 0034-4893
1749-4001
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Lisa Hill
Abstract: This paper explores the reasons behind public acceptance of compulsory voting in Australia and canvasses some of the effects on political culture of its proper use. After providing some history and background to the Australian situation, the paper offers explanations for high public tolerance towards compulsory voting. The last part of the paper considers reforms to the Australian system that could enhance public tolerance still further. Findings will be useful to those contemplating the adoption of compulsory voting but who are concerned about public resistance.
Rights: © 2010 McDougall Trust, London
RMID: 0020102911
DOI: 10.1080/00344893.2010.518089
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