Publications for Peter Chen Publications for Peter Chen 2015 Chen, P. (2015). New Media in the Electoral Context: The new normal. In Carol Johnson, John Wanna, Hsu-Ann Lee (Eds.), Abbott's Gambit: The 2013 Australian Federal Election, (pp. 81-94). Canberra: ANU Press. Jackson, S., Chen, P. (2015). Rapid mobilisation of demonstrators in March Australia. Interface: a journal for and about social movements, 7(1), 98-116. Chen, P. (2015). The Virtual Party on the Ground. In Narelle Miragliotta, Anika Gauja, Rodney Smith (Eds.), Contemporary Australian Political Party Organisations, (pp. 127-139). Clayton: Monash University Publishing. 2014 Chen, P. (2014). New media electioneering in the 2013 Australian federal election. Global Media Journal: Australian Edition, 8(2), 1-17. 2013 Chen, P. (2013). Australian Politics in a Digital Age. Canberra: ANU E Press. 2012 Chen, P. (2012). Media Politics. In Rodney Smith, Ariadne Vromen, Ian Cook (Eds.), Contemporary Politics in Australia: Theories, Practices and Issues, (pp. 95-105). Melbourne, Australia: Cambridge University Press. Chen, P. (2012). The new media and the campaign. In M Simms and J Wanna (Eds.), Julia 2010: The Caretaker Election, (pp. 65-84). Canberra, Australia: ANU E Press. Chen, P. (2012). The News Media. In David Clune, Rodney Smith (Eds.), From Carr to Keneally: Labor in office in NSW 1995-2011, (pp. 258-269). Sydney Australia: Allen and Unwin. Albarran Torres, C., Chen, P. (2012). There are no winners: Horseracing is unethical. The Drum. Jackson, S., Chen, P. (2012). Understanding Occupy in Australia. Journal of Australian Political Economy, 69, 1-24. 2011 Chen, P., Smith, P. (2011). Digital Media in the 2008 Canadian Election. Journal of Information Technology and Politics, 8(4), 399-417. <a href="http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19331681.2011. 559734">[More Information]</a> 2010 Chen, P. (2010). Adoption and use of digital media in election campaigns: Australia, Canada and New Zealand. Public Communication Review, 1(2010), 3-26. Chen, P., Smith, P. (2010). Campaigning and Digital Media in Alberta: Emerging Practices and Democratic Outcomes? Canadian Political Science Review, 4(2-3), 36-55. Chen, P., Walsh, L. (2010). e-lection 2007? Political competition online. Australian Cultural History, 28(1), 47-54. <a href="http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0728843090316 4777">[More Information]</a> 2009 Smith, P., Chen, P. (2009). "A Canadian E-lection 2008? Online Media and Political Competition". 81st Annual Canadian Political Science Association Conference CPSA 2009, Canada: Canadian Political Science Association. Chen, P., Smith, P. (2009). Campaigning and Digital Media in Alberta: Emerging Practices and Democratic Outcomes? 20th Association for Canadian Studies in the United States Biennial Conference ACSUS 2009, United States: The Association for Canadian Studies in the United States. Chen, P., Smith, P. (2009). Digital Media and Recent Election Campaigns in Australia, Canada and New Zealand. Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference APSA 2009, Australia: Australian Political Studies Association. Chen, P. (2009). Online media. In Chris Rudd, Janine Hayward, Geoffrey Craig (Eds.), Informing Voters : Politics, Media & the New Zealand Election 2008, (pp. 119-141). New Zealand: Pearson Education. 2008 Chen, P. (2008). Australian Political Parties' use of Youtube 2007. Southern Review: communication, politics and culture, 41(1), 114-141. 2007 Chen, P., Gibson, R., Lusoli, W., Ward, S. (2007). Australian Governments and Online Communication. In Sally Young (Eds.), Government Communication in Australia, (pp. 161-180). New York, United States: Cambridge University Press. Chen, P. (2007). Electronic Engagement: A Guide for Public Sector Managers. Canberra: ANU E Press. 2006 Chen, P., Gibson, R., Geiselhart, K. (2006). Electronic Democracy? The Impact of New Communications Technologies on Australian Publications for Peter Chen Democracy. 2005 Chen, P. (2005). The New Media: E-lection 2004? In Simms, Marian and John Warhurst (Eds.), Mortgage Nation: the 2004 Australian Election, (pp. 117-130). Perth, Western Australia: API Network. 2004 Chen, P. (2004). A Comparative Analysis of Political Email Lists. The Australian Electronic Governance Conference 2004, Australia: University of Melbourne. Chen, P. (2004). What Does the Internet Tell Us About the Prospects for Network Governance? Southern Review: communication, politics and culture, 37(2), 66-88. 2003 Chen, P. (2003). Advocating Online Censorship. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 62(2), 41-64. Chen, P., Barlow, S., Chimonyo, J., Lyon, A., O'Loughlin, B. (2003). eGovernance Practice and Potential in the Local Government Sector. Australasian Political Studies Association Conference 2003, Australia: University of Tasmania. 2002 Chen, P. (2002). 'They're not like us': The Deamalgamation of Delatite Shire. Jubilee conference of the Australasian Political studies Association, Sydney: Australasian Political Studies Association. Chen, P. (2002). Lust, Greed, Sloth: The Performance and Potential of Internet Coregulation in Australia. Griffith Law Review, 11(2), 465-496. Chen, P. (2002). Who's in the Joined-Up Government? Australian Elected Representatives Adaptive Responses to Network Technology. Conference on Knowledge, Networks and Joined-Up Government, Australia: Centre for Public Policy, University of Melbourne.