The partys attempts to win government were hampered by the system of electoral
malapportionment. The system introduced by Hanlon in 1949
Party became inward looking
Significant reductions in party and union membership
The reform group f
Absence of peacemakers
assembling young males increases the chances for arguments to start and escalate
Routine Activities: Explaining Predatory Crime:
Increase in crime.
As Felson says, a higher crime rate can occur without more
The Qld Situation: Why separate?
Size of the state
Good governance (government should be close to the people)
State government neglect
Weaknesses of local government (no constitutional recognition)
Relatively few Queenslanders employed in manufacturing
Long term preference for rural industry
Both ALP and Nats had roots in the bush
Compare ALP in Vic and NSW
Influence of AWU
Liberal party, party of urban Queensland relegated to minorit
War as a ritual: war as a right to passage from boyhood to manhood.
Feminist Critique- war as a masculine problem- warrior culture- mens nature not female
nature: testosterone linked.
o Second level- Internal Structure of States
War as political means
Lobbyist register list of clients for past year, banning of success fees
Review of FOI followed by RTI Act 2009 reduced exemptions, reducing 30 year rule for
cabinet exemptions to 20, application of legislation to most government owned corps
Probability Density Function (PDF): curve such that the area under the curve
between a given range of values corresponds to the probability that any
particular outcome is equal to a particular value is always 0 no area under the
The Normal Distribut
Hypothesis Test for Population Mean ()
- H0: = 0 (where 0 = particular value)
o > 0
o < 0
Assumptions for Population Mean Hypothesis Test + Confidence Interval
1. Random sampling from population of interest
2. Normally distributed
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Legal, constitutional and administrative review comm.
The members ethics and parliamentary privileges comm.
The public accounts comm; the public works comm.
The scrutiny of legislation committe
Legislation require ministers to respond to recommendations