These are the sources and citations used to research Proportional electoral voting, such as that used to elect the members to the Australian Senate, are fairer and far more effective than preferential voting systems. Do you agree?. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on
In-text: (Bean, 1997)
Your Bibliography: Bean, C., 1997. Australia's experience with the alternative vote. Representation, 34(2), pp.103-110.
In-text: (Blais and Bodet, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Blais, A. and Bodet, M., 2006. Does Proportional Representation Foster Closer Congruence Between Citizens and Policy Makers?. Comparative Political Studies, 39(10), pp.1243-1262.
In-text: (Blais and Massicotte, 1996)
Your Bibliography: Blais, A. and Massicotte, L., 1996. Mixed electoral systems: An overview. Representation, 33(4), pp.115-118.
In-text: (Huber and Powell, 1994)
Your Bibliography: Huber, J. and Powell, G., 1994. Congruence between Citizens and Policymakers in Two Visions of Liberal Democracy. World Politics, 46(03), pp.291-326.
In-text: (Johnston and Forrest, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Johnston, R. and Forrest, J., 2009. Electoral Disproportionality and Bias Under the Alternative Vote: Elections to Australia's House of Representatives. Australian Journal of Political Science, 44(3), pp.521-528.
In-text: (KARP and BANDUCCI, 2008)
Your Bibliography: KARP, J. and BANDUCCI, S., 2008. Political Efficacy and Participation in Twenty-Seven Democracies: How Electoral Systems Shape Political Behaviour. British Journal of Political Science, 38(02).
In-text: (Lijphart, 1991)
Your Bibliography: Lijphart, A., 1991. Constitutional Choices for New Democracies. Journal of Democracy, 2(1), pp.72-84.
In-text: (Lijphart, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Lijphart, A., 2012. Patterns of democracy: Government forms and performance in thirty-six countries. New Haven: Yale University Press, pp.46-59.
In-text: (McAllister and Studlar, 2002)
Your Bibliography: McAllister, I. and Studlar, D., 2002. Electoral systems and women's representation: a long-term perspective. Representation, 39(1), pp.3-14.
In-text: (Norris, 2004)
Your Bibliography: Norris, P., 2004. Electoral engineering, voting rules and political behaviour. Cambridge University Press.
In-text: (Parliament of Australia, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Parliament of Australia, 2016. The gender composition of the 45th Parliament.
In-text: (Parliament of Australia, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Parliament of Australia, 2018. No. 3-Women in the Senate.
In-text: (Reilly, 2004)
Your Bibliography: Reilly, B., 2004. The global spread of preferential voting: Australian institutional imperialism?. Australian Journal of Political Science, 39(2), pp.253-266.
In-text: (Rule and Zimmerman, 1994)
Your Bibliography: Rule, W. and Zimmerman, J., 1994. Electoral systems in comparative perspective: Their impact on women and minorities. Westport, Conneticut: Greenwood Press.
In-text: (Sharman, 1999)
Your Bibliography: Sharman, C., 1999. The Representation of Small Parties and Independents in the Senate. Australian Journal of Political Science, 34(3), pp.353-361.
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