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In a time of populist politics with the rise of Trump and Brexit and disruptions to old media, this new La Trobe University podcast series explores themes of crisis in communication. In this six part series we look at problems for democracies around leadership and language, political polarisation, populism, resistance and silence of minority groups. We begin with a special lecture from New York political scientist Professor Stanley Feldman from Stony Brook University talking about the rise o ...
 
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Episode 5 Dr Kevin Brianton is a Senior Lecturer in Public Relations at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia. With more than 30 years' experience in market research, journalism and public relations, Kevin has worked as both a consultant and as a manager in government and private industry. The majority of his career has focused on government …
 
Episode 4 Dr Adrian Jones OAM is an Associate Professor of History at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia. As an historian who researches and teaches all kinds of European histories, Adrian specialises in the history of eastern European societies, and also publishes on philosophies and methods of history research and of history teaching. Hi…
 
Episode 3 Dr Nasya Bahfen is a senior lecturer in the Department of Politics Media and Philosophy La Trobe University. Before working as an academic, Nasya was a journalist and producer for ABC Radio Australia, ABC Radio National, and SBS in radio and online. LinkedIn: Nasya Bahfen Instagram: @nasya.bahfen Speakers in Episode 3: Febri Nurrahmi is a…
 
Episode 3 Associate Professor James Leibold has research expertise on the politics of ethnicity, race and national identity in modern Chinese history and society, and is currently engaged in research on ethnic policy-making and ethnic conflict in contemporary China with a particular focus on the restive Western frontier and its Tibetan and Uyghur e…
 
Dr Nicholas Barry has research and teaching interests in the areas of Australian politics, political institutions, and political theory. He is currently working on a defence of luck egalitarianism, which is a responsibility-sensitive, luck-insensitive theory of justice, and he is also examining the links between contemporary egalitarian theory and …
 
Episode 1 Popular support for right-wing populist leaders and parties has been growing in countries around the world. There are several common features to these parties: Opposition to immigration, punitive crime policies, hostility toward the LGBTQ community, intolerance of dissent, and nationalism. Where does support for these policies come from? …
 
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