Este reporte de la University of Sydney y la Australian National University examina los conocimientos y actitudes de los jóvenes en Australia en relación a los partidos políticos y las elecciones. Lo ofrecemos como muestra de un trabajo que se podría realizar en Argentina para entender la nueva composición del voto observando específicamente a los comportamientos de los jóvenes electores.
The fourth report in the Youth Electoral Study, examining the knowledge and attitudes of young Australians to political parties, is the latest report to be released in the longitudinal study being conducted by the University of Sydney and the Australian National University (ANU), and supported by the Australian Electoral Commission and the Australian Research Council.
Researchers conducting large-scale surveys with around 5,000 senior secondary school students across Australia and group interviews with students in 16 electoral divisions, released the fourth report expanding on the findings of the previous three reports released in December 2004, October 2005 and November 2006.
The fourth report focuses on the knowledge and attitudes of Australian adolescents about political parties and whether these attitudes have a relationship with their intention to vote.
Kathy Edwards Centre for Research and Teaching in Civics University of Sydney
Lawrence J. Saha as School of Social Sciences The Australian National University
Murray Print Centre for Research and Teaching in Civics University of Sydney
The views and interpretations in this report are those of the authors and should not be attributed to the Australian Electoral Commission, or to any individual acting on its behalf.