Carol Johnson
Carol Johnson
Emerita Professor of Politics, University of Adelaide
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Against the current—stem ming the tide: the nostal gic ideo logy of the contem por ary radical popu list right
HG Betz, C Johnson
The Populist Radical Right, 86-100, 2016
406*2016
Against the current—stemming the tide: the nostalgic ideology of the contemporary radical populist right
HG Betz, C Johnson
Journal of Political Ideologies 9 (3), 311-327, 2004
4052004
Heteronormative citizenship and the politics of passing
C Johnson
Sexualities 5 (3), 317-336, 2002
2202002
Governing change: from Keating to Howard
C Johnson
Curtin University of Technology, 2007
2122007
John Howard's ‘values’ and Australian identity
C Johnson
Australian journal of political science 42 (2), 195-209, 2007
1762007
The Labor Legacy: Curtin, Chifley, Whitlam, Hawke
C Johnson
Allen and Unwin, 1989
1361989
The lesbian and gay movement and the state: Comparative insights into a transformed relationship
M Tremblay, C Johnson, D Paternotte
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2011
1212011
The politics of affective citizenship: from Blair to Obama
C Johnson
Citizenship studies 14 (5), 495-509, 2010
1012010
The dilemmas of ethnic privilege: A comparison of constructions ofBritish',English'andAnglo-Celtic'identity in contemporary British and Australian political discourse
C Johnson
Ethnicities 2 (2), 163-188, 2002
802002
Narratives of identity: Denying empathy in conservative discourses on race, class, and sexuality
C Johnson
Theory and society 34 (1), 37-61, 2005
712005
The third influence: the Blair government and Australian Labor
C Johnson, F Tonkiss
Policy & Politics 30 (1), 5-18, 2002
662002
Gillard, Rudd and labor tradition
C Johnson
Australian Journal of Politics & History 57 (4), 562-579, 2011
562011
Heteronormative citizenship: The Howard government's views on gay and lesbian issues
C Johnson
Australian Journal of Political Science 38 (1), 45-62, 2003
552003
Playing the gender card: The uses and abuses of gender in Australian politics
C Johnson
Politics & Gender 11 (2), 291-319, 2015
392015
Australia's ambivalent re-imagining of Asia
C Johnson, P Ahluwalia, G McCarthy
Australian Journal of Political Science 45 (1), 59-74, 2010
382010
Does capitalism really need patriarchy?: Some old issues reconsidered
C Johnson
Women's Studies International Forum 19 (3), 193-202, 1996
361996
Gender and Political Leadership in a Time of COVID
C Johnson, B Williams
Politics & Gender 16 (4), 943-950, 2020
332020
Articulating the future and the past: gender, race and globalisation in One Nation's self-construction
A Curthoys, C Johnson
Hecate 24 (2), 97, 1998
311998
From Obama to Abbott: Gender identity and the politics of emotion
C Johnson
Australian Feminist Studies 28 (75), 14-29, 2013
272013
Mark Latham and the ideology of the ALP
C Johnson
Australian Journal of Political Science 39 (3), 535-551, 2004
242004
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