Emeritus Professor Clement Macintyre

Emeritus Professor

School of Social Sciences

Faculty of Arts


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  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2010 Macintyre, C. J., & Macintyre, C. (2010). What’s in it for us? Why Governments need well resourced oppositions. Australasian Parliamentary Review, 25(1), 177-183.
    2010 Macintyre, C. (2010). Responsible Government in South Australia, vol 2: From Playford to Rann. LABOUR HISTORY, (98), 276-278.
    2010 Macintyre, C. (2010). Responsible Government in South Australia, vol 1: From the Foundations to Playford. LABOUR HISTORY, (98), 276-278.
    2008 Macintyre, C. (2008). Parliamentary architecture and political culture. Papers on Parliament, 49, 41-57.
    2007 Alport, K., & Macintyre, C. (2007). Citizens to netizens: Grass-roots driven democracy and e-democracy in South Australia. International Journal of Electronic Government Research, 3(4), 38-57.
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    2005 Macintyre, C., & Williams, J. (2005). Lost opportunities and political barriers on the road to constitutional reform in South Australia. Australasian Parliamentary Review, 20(1), 103-116.
    2004 Macintyre, C. (2004). Reviewing South Australia's constitution. Australasian Parliamentary Review, 18(1), 46-54.
    2003 Macintyre, C. (2003). New models of student housing and their impact on local communities. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 25(2), 109-118.
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    2000 Macintyre, C. (2000). British elections & parties review. Australian Journal of Political Science, 35(3), 547-548.
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    1999 Macintyre, C. (1999). Deliberative democracy in Australia: The changing place of parliament.. AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW, 93(3), 739-740.
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    1999 Macintyre, C. (1999). From entitlement to obligation in the Australian welfare state. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 34(2), 103-118.
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    1999 Macintyre, C. (1999). The stakeholder society and the welfare state: forward to the past!. Contemporary Politics, 5(2), 121-135.
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    1999 Macintyre, C. (1999). Policy reform and the politics of housing in the British Conservative Party 1924-1929. Australian Journal of Politics & History, 45(3), 408-425.
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    1997 Macintyre, C. (1997). Designing debate: the implications of parliamentary architecture. Legislative Studies, 12(1), 43-48.
    1997 Macintyre, C. (1997). Australian political institutions, 5th edition - Singleton,G, Aitkin,D, Jinks,B, Warhurst,J. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE, 32(2), 300.
    1995 Macintyre, C. (1995). Australian studies, Defining an Australian context. Trans-World Education Magazine, 1995 3(2), 8-12.
    1995 Macintyre, C. (1995). The Liberal malaise - the party or the leader?. Current Affairs Bulletin, 71(5), 41-43.
    1995 MACINTYRE, C. (1995). THE LIFE OF THEODORE,E.G. - FITZGERALD,R. OVERLAND, 140, 81-82.
    1993 MACINTYRE, C. (1993). MENZIES,ROBERT FORGOTTEN PEOPLE - BRETT,J. OVERLAND, 130, 82-83.
    1991 Macintyre, C. J. (1991). “...now you’re in the family zone”: Housing and Domestic Design in Australia. Journal of Australian Studies, 31, 58-71.
    1991 Macintyre, C. J. (1991). The “Bouncing Game” in Fremantle: Australian Football and Community Identity in Western Australia 1885-1900. The International Journal of the History of Sport, 7(1), 131-139.
  • Books

    Year Citation
    2012 Harvey, N., Fornasiero, F., McCarthy, G., Macintyre, C., & Crossin, C. (Eds.) (2012). A History of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Adelaide 1876-2012. Adelaide: University of Adelaide Press.
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    2012 Harvey, N., Fornasiero, F., McCarthy, G., Macintyre, C., & Crossin, C. (Eds.) (2012). A History of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Adelaide 1876-2012. Adelaide: University of Adelaide Press.
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    2003 Williams, J., & Macintyre, C. (Eds.) (2003). Peace, order and good government : state constitutional and parliamentary reform / Clement Macintyre and John Williams. Wakefield Press.
  • Book Chapters

    Year Citation
    2013 Macintyre, C., & Parker, C. (2013). From Rann to Weatherill: politics in South Australia. In J. Spoehr (Ed.), State of South Australia: Turbulent Times (3 ed., pp. 67-81). Australia: Wakefield Press.
    2009 Macintyre, C. (2009). Politics in a time of change. In John Spoehr (Ed.), State of South Australia: From Crisis to Prosperity? (pp. 44-54). South Australia: Wakefield Press.
    2009 Alport, K., & Macintyre, C. (2009). Engaging the community through e-democracy in South Australia. In Mehdi Khosrow Pour (Ed.), E-Government Diffusion, Policy, and Impact - Advanced Issues and Practices (pp. 185-202). United States of America: IGI Global.
    2008 Macintyre, C., & Williams, J. (2008). The embattled South Australian Legislative Council. In N. Aroney, S. Prasser, & J. Nethercote (Eds.), Restraining Elective Dictatiorship: The Upper House Solution? (pp. 212-226). Western Australia: University of Western Australia.
    2008 Alport, K., & Macintyre, C. (2008). Citizens to netizens: Grass-roots driven democracy and e-democracy in South Australia. In Electronic government : concepts, methodologies, tools and applications (pp. 1522-1536). Information Science Reference.
    2006 Macintyre, C., & Williams, J. (2006). Commonwealth of Australia. In A. Majeed, R. Watts, & D. Brown (Eds.), Distribution of powers and responsibilities in federal countries (pp. 8-33). Quebec, Canada: McGill-Queen's University Press.
    2005 Macintyre, C. (2005). Politics. In J. Spoehr (Ed.), State of South Australia: Trends and Issues (pp. 117-132). Kent Town, South Australia: Wakefield Press.
    2005 Macintyre, C., & Williams, J. (2005). Australia: A quiet revolution in the balance of power. In R. Blindenbacher, & A. Ostien (Eds.), A Global Dialogue on Federalism (pp. 3-5). Montreal, Quebec: McGill-Queen's University Press.
    2005 Williams, J., & Macintyre, C. (2005). Commonwealth of Australia. In Distribution of Powers and Responsibilities in Federal Countries (Vol. 2, pp. 9-33).
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    2003 Macintyre, C. (2003). The size of parliament and the location of ministers. In C. Macintyre, & J. Williams (Eds.), Peace, order and good government - State constitutional and parliamentary reform (pp. 241-249). 1 The Parade West, Kent Town SA 5067: Wakefield Press.
    2003 Macintyre, C., & Williams, J. (2003). Introduction: An endless project - constitutional and parliamentary reform. In C. MacIntyre, & J. Williams (Eds.), Peace, order and good government - State constitutional and parliamentary reform (pp. 1-7). 1 The Parade West, Kent Town SA 5067: Wakefield Press.
    2001 Macintyre, C. (2001). Welfare, Citizenship and the Third Way. In P. Nursey-Bray, & C. Bacchi (Eds.), Left Directions: Is There a Third Way? (pp. 83-94). Crawley, WA 6009: UWA Press.
    1994 Macintyre, C. J. (1994). The Adelaide Irish and St Patrick’s Day Politics 1900-1918. In R. Pelan (Ed.), Irish Australian Studies (pp. 182-196). Crossing Press.
  • Conference Papers

    Year Citation
    2008 Macintyre, C. (2008). The premier and the executive: 150 years of responsible government in South Australia and the case for reform. In Proceedings of The Politics of Democracy in South Australia (pp. 52-57). South Australia: The History Trust of SA.
    2006 Evans, G., Macintyre, C., & McCarthy, G. (2006). The 2006 South Australian Election: something old, something new, something borrowed and something (not) blue. In D. Jose, D. Tate, & D. Goldsmith (Eds.), Australasian Political Studies Association Conference 2006 (pp. www1-www13). www: University of Newcastle.
    2005 Macintyre, C. (2005). The 2005 British election assessed. In D. MacDonald (Ed.), Proceedings of the Australasian Political Studies Association Conference 2005 'International Political Economy / Comparative Politics and Law Stream' (pp. WWW 1-WWW 12). www.otago.ac.nz/politicalstudies/conferences/apsa05/papIPE28%20Louth%20paper.pdf: Otago University.
    2000 Macintyre, C. (2000). Welfare and Citizenship under the Third Way. In D. Apollon, O. Fure, & L. Svasand (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI) (pp. 1-7). Bergen, Norway: HIT Centre.
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  • Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

    Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
    2014 - 2018 Co-Supervisor NETWORK HOMOGENISATION & PARTY DISENGAGEMENT
    THE POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY OF POST-INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACIES:
    AN AUSTRALIAN CASE STUDY
    Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Jesse Erich Schultz Clark
    2013 - 2015 Principal Supervisor British Conservatism, 1945-1951: Adapting to The Age of Collectivism Master of Philosophy Master Full Time William Jasper Prescott
    2013 - 2020 Co-Supervisor Legalised Trade Unions, Compulsory Primary Schooling, Enhanced Higher Education - the Legacies of Anthony John Mundella, 1825-1897 Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time John Michael Davey
    2012 - 2016 Co-Supervisor Dining in Style: Uncovering the Gastronomic History of Beleura Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Iain Robert Buckland
    2012 - 2015 Co-Supervisor Using Aggregated Demographic Data to Inform Electoral Boundary Redistributions: 2010 South Australian Election Master of Philosophy Master Part Time Mr Casey Simon Briggs
    2011 - 2019 Co-Supervisor Proportional Representation in Theory and Practice: The Australian Experience Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Glynn Evans
    2011 - 2017 Principal Supervisor The Role of Domestic Politics and National Identity in EU Actorness: A Discourse-Theoretical Approach Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Christopher Michael Bridge
    2010 - 2012 Co-Supervisor The Constitutional Role of the Solicitor General: An Historical, Legal and Lived Portrait Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time APrf Gabrielle Appleby
    2009 - 2012 Co-Supervisor Businessmen in the British Parliament 1832-1886 A Study of Aspiration and Achievement Master of Arts Master Part Time John Michael Davey
    2007 - 2010 Principal Supervisor Structuring the Bounds of the Possible: Neoliberalism and the Discursive Hegemony of Neoclassical Economics Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Seth Nicholls
    2007 - 2017 Co-Supervisor Means and Ends: Macroeconomic Theory and the Australian Labor Party's Social Democratic Ideology Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Thomas Caunce
    2006 - 2011 Principal Supervisor Constructing Citizens: Social Policy and the State-Citizen Relationship Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Ben Revi
    2006 - 2010 Co-Supervisor The Upper House Question: South Australian Bicameralism in Comparative Perspective Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Jordan Bastoni
    2006 - 2017 Principal Supervisor The Australian Way: A Critical Review of Australia's Responses to Refugees and Asylum Seekers 1901-2013 Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Katrina Stats
    2005 - 2008 Co-Supervisor NATO's Eastward Expansion and Peace-enforcement Role in the Violent Dissolution of Yugoslavia: 1994-2004 Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Paul Tsoundarou
    2004 - 2010 Co-Supervisor John Howard: A Study in Policy Consistency Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Ms Kim Murray
    2004 - 2010 Principal Supervisor Can Sustainable Development be Facilitated Through Preventative Technology Transfer? Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Jorg Valentin
    2002 - 2005 Principal Supervisor Fairness and Unfairness in South Australian Elections Master of Arts Master Part Time Mr Glynn Evans
    1998 - 2003 Co-Supervisor Australia's Commonwealth Self-determination Policy 1972-1998: The Imagined Nation and the Continuing Control of Indigenous Existence Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Stephen Jenkins

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