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Dissent events

protest, the media, and the political gimmick in Australia
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University of New South Wales Press , Kensington, NSW
Mass media -- Social aspects -- Australia, Mass media -- Political aspects -- Australia, Demonstrations -- Press coverage -- Aust

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StatementSean Scalmer.
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LC ClassificationsHN850.Z9 M377 2002
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Paginationviii, 218 p. :
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Open LibraryOL3599832M
ISBN 100868406511
LC Control Number2002327738

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