The High Court of Australia and political science: A revised historiography and new research agenda
The judiciary has not been the subject of sustained scrutiny within the political science discipline. The High Court plays a central role in the Australian political system, however, and the exercise of judicial power has far reaching consequences for the legislative and executive branches of government. This article presents a historiography of the study of the High Court by political scientists, using Helen Irving’s ‘The Constitution and the judiciary’ as a foil. In order to foster...[Show more]
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