Australian Election Campaign Cartooning - 1983 to 2004 Manning, Haydon Richard 2010-07-27T06:45:50Z 2010-07-27T06:45:50Z 2008 en_US
dc.description.abstract Cartoons offer a marvellous means of chronicling any election campaign through their capacity to provide a compact and pungent summary of, and commentary on, issues, events and characters. Graphic islands in a sea of words, political cartoons frequently capture a campaign’s ebb and flow. Certainly they can over-simplify complexity, but they can also cut through the persiflage that is particularly abundant during campaigns. The editors of this collection have been analysing the cartoons in Australian federal campaigns since 1996, so it is time to present some broader observations about election cartooning in this country. en
dc.description.note Perth en
dc.identifier.citation Manning, H.R., 2008. Australian Election Campaign Cartooning - 1983 to 2004. In Comic Commentators: Contemporary Political Cartooning in Australia. Perth: Network Books, pp. 149-175. en
dc.identifier.isbn 978-1920845483
dc.identifier.rmid 2006009787
dc.oaire.license.condition.license In Copyright
dc.publisher Network Books en
dc.subject.forgroup 1606 Political Science en
dc.subject.forgroup 2002 Cultural Studies en
dc.subject.forgroup 2102 Curatorial and Related Studies en
dc.title Australian Election Campaign Cartooning - 1983 to 2004 en
dc.type Book chapter en
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