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Max Halupka
Max Halupka
Senior Lecturer, Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis
E-mail confirmado em canberra.edu.au
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Clicktivism: A systematic heuristic
M Halupka
Policy & Internet 6 (2), 115-132, 2014
3582014
The legitimisation of clicktivism
M Halupka
Australian Journal of Political Science 53 (1), 130-141, 2018
1122018
The rise of information activism: how to bridge dualisms and reconceptualise political participation
M Halupka
Information, Communication & Society 19 (10), 1487-1503, 2016
592016
Trust and democracy in Australia: democratic decline and renewal
G Stoker, M Evans, M Halupka
Democracy 2025, 2018
392018
Complacent young citizens or cross-generational solidarity? An analysis of Australian attitudes to democratic politics
G Stoker, J Li, M Halupka, M Evans
Australian Journal of Political Science 52 (2), 218-235, 2017
252017
From girls to men: Social attitudes to gender equality in Australia
M EVANS, V HAUSSEGGER, M Halupka, P Rowe
University of Canberra, 2018
21*2018
How Australians imagine their democracy: the" power of us"
M Evans, M Halupka, G Stoker
Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis, Museum of Australian Democracy …, 2018
162018
The Power of One Voice-Power, Powerlessness, and Australian Democracy
M Evans, M Halupka, G Stoker
Museum of Australian Democracy (MOAD), Old Parliament House, 2014
132014
Towards digital era governance: lessons from the Australian experience
M Evans, P Dunleavy, C McGregor, M Halupka
A Research Agenda for Public Administration, 146-161, 2019
122019
Australians’ trust in politicians and democracy hits an all-time low: New research
M Evans, G Stoker, M Halupka
The Conversation 5, 2018
122018
Clicktivism: A systematic heuristic. Policy & Internet, 6 (2), 115–132
M Halupka
112014
Not Yet 50/50: barriers to the progress of senior women in the Australian Public Service
M Edwards, B Burmester, M Evans, M Halupka, D May
ANZSOG Institute for Governance, 2013
112013
The Evolution of Anonymous as a Political Actor
M Halupka
Retrieved on April, 2012
112012
The Utilisation of Direct Democracy and Meritocracy in the Decision Making Process of the Decentralised Virtual Community Anonymous
M Halupka, C Star
The Australian Political Studies Association (APSA), 2011
112011
Trust and democracy in Australia
M Evans, M Halupka, G Stokes
From Turnbull to Morrison: Understanding the trust divide, 2, 2019
102019
Contentious connective action: a new kind of life-political association for problematizing how expert systems operate
H Bang, M Halupka
Information, Communication & Society 22 (1), 89-104, 2019
102019
A decade of democratic decline: How australians understand and imagine their democracy
M Evans, G Stoker, M Halupka
From Abbott to Turnbull: A New Direction? Australian Commonwealth …, 2016
102016
Bridging the Trust Divide: Lessons from international experience
G Stoker, M Evans, M Halupka
Democracy 2025, 2018
82018
The Church of Scientology: Legitimacy through Perception Management
M Halupka
Politics and Religion 7 (3), 613-630, 2014
82014
Democracy 2025 Report No. 1: Trust and Democracy in Australia—Democratic Decline and Renewal
G Stoker, M Evans, M Halupka
MoAD, Canberra, at https://democracy2025. gov. au, 2018
72018
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