One Nation and the Heartland's Cleavage: An Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis

Reid, B and Liu, G 2018, 'One Nation and the Heartland's Cleavage: An Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis' in Bligh Grant, Tod Moore, Tony Lynch (ed.) The Rise of Right-populism, Springer, Singapore, pp. 79-102.


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Title One Nation and the Heartland's Cleavage: An Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis
Author(s) Reid, B
Liu, G
Year 2018
Title of book The Rise of Right-populism
Publisher Springer
Place of publication Singapore
Editor(s) Bligh Grant, Tod Moore, Tony Lynch
Start page 79
End page 102
Subjects Human Geography not elsewhere classified
Comparative Government and Politics
Summary The considerable variation in One Nation's 2016 federal election results reflects many social and spatial factors. The party's policies and increased acceptance, on a national scale, are another reflection of the deep anxieties that some voters feel about Islam, race, and immigration. These sentiments have found periodic political expressions in Australian and other societies. One Nation's resurgence has also followed an international trend of increased support for right-populist politics. Some parallels exist between the social and spatial characteristics of One Nation's electoral constituency and these other national contexts. This study of the electoral geography of One Nation utilizes newer methods of spatial analysis to examine these processes.
Copyright notice © Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2019
Keyword(s) Electoral Politics
Geo-spatial analysis
Hansonism
ISBN 9789811326691
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