Michael Hogan

BA PhD Syd.

Michael Hogan

BACKGROUND

Michael Hogan's research and teaching interests include: Australian politics, Land History, the relationship between religion and politics in Australia and NSW electoral politics.

Significant publications include: The Catholic Campaign for State Aid; The Sectarian Strand; Local Labor: A History of the Labor Party in Glebe; and four edited volumes of The People's Choice

RESEARCH

Research
  • Australian Government & Politics
  • Australian political parties
  • Australian politics
  • Local and regional politics
  • NSW political history
  • Political sociology
  • Religion and politics
  • Spanish politics

PUBLICATIONS

Books Authored and Edited


Hogan, M, Muir, L & Golder, H 2007, The People's Choice. Electoral Politics in Colonial New South Wales, Federation Press, Sydney.

Hogan, M 2006, Labor Pains. Early Conference and Executive Reports of the Labor Party in New South Wales. , Federation Press.

Hogan, M 2005, A Lifetime in Conservative Politics - Political memoirs of Sir Joseph Carruthers, UNSW Press, Sydney.

Hogan, M 2005, The first NSW Labor Governmment, 1910-1916, UNSW Press, Sydney.

Hogan, M 2004, Local Labor. A History of the Labor Party in Glebe 1891-2003, Federation Press, Sydney.

Hogan, M & Clune D 2001, The People's Choice. Electoral Politics in 20th Century New South Wales, New South Wales Parliamentary Library and Department of Government, University of Sydney, Sydney.

Hogan, M & Dempsey, K 1995 Equity and citizenship under Keating, Public Affairs Research Centre, Department of Government and Public Administration, University of Sydney, Sydney.

Hogan, M 1993, Australian Catholics : the social justice tradition, Collins Dove, Melbourne.

Hogan, M 1992, Option for the poor : annual social justice statements of the Australian Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace 1973-1987, Department of Government and Public Administration, University of Sydney, Sydney.

Hogan, M 1990, Justice now! : Social justice statements of the Australian Catholic Bishops. First series, 1940-1966, Department of Government and Public Administration, University of Sydney, Sydney.

Hogan, M 1987, The sectarian strand : religion in Australian history, Penguin, Ringwood, Vic.

Hogan, M 1984, Public versus private schools : funding and directions in Australia, Penguin, Ringwood, Vic.

Hogan, M 1978, The Catholic campaign for state aid : a study of a pressure group campaign in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, 1950-1972, Catholic Theological Faculty, Sydney.

Refereed Journal Articles


Hogan, M 1978, "Lay initiative in the Australian Catholic Church", Compass Theology Review, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 34-45.

Hogan, M 2007, "Anti-political sentiment in contemporary liberal democracies", Australian Review of Public Affairs, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 1-18.

Hogan, M 2006, "Worrying about religion", Australian Review of Public Affairs, pp. 4.

Hogan, M 2004, "Cartoonists and Political Cynicism", The Drawing Board, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 27-50.

Hogan, M 2001, "Separation of Church and State?" The Drawing Board - Digest.

Hogan, M 2001, "Surviving diversity: Religion and democratic citizenship", Australian Journal of Political Science, vol. 36, no. 2, pp. 412-413.

Hogan, M 1998, "The challenge of pluralism. Church and state in five democracies", Australian Journal of Political Science, vol. 33, no. 3, pp. 473-474.

Hogan, M 1997, "Municipal Labor in New South Wales", Labour History, vol. 72.

Hogan, M 1993, "La Red de Competencias en la Administración Española actual. El caso de las playas de Málaga", Revista de Estudios Regionales (Spain), vol.35, no. 1, pp. 167-181.

Hogan, M 1993, "El Delegado Provincial en la Pol'tica Autonómica", Revista de Estudios Politicos (Spain), vol. 82, pp. 145-157.

Hogan, M 1992, "Australian Catholic Corporatism. Proposals for Industrial Councils in the 1940s", Labour History, pp. 91-105.

Hogan, M 1990, "The Constitutional Position of Religion in Australia", Anuario de Derecho Eclesiástico del Estado, vol. 6, pp. 375-380.

Hogan, M 1986, "Issue packaging. A link between pressure groups and political parties", Politics, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 91-103.

Hogan, M 1984, "Australia at the Polls the National Elections of 1980 and 1983 Penniman,Hr", Australian Journal of Politics and History, vol. 30, no. 3, pp. 449-449.

Hogan, M 1984, "Whatever happened to Australian sectarianism?", Journal of Religious History, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 83-91.

Hogan, M 1981, "Separation of Church and State: Section 116 of the Australian Constitution", Australian Quarterly, vol. 53, no. 2, pp. 214-228.

Hogan, M 1979, "Australian Secularists: the disavowal of denominational allegiance", Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 390-404.

Hogan, M 1979, "The Sydney Style: NSW Labor and the Catholic Church", Labour History, vol. 36, pp. 39-45.

Hogan, M 1975, "The Politics of Education in Australia", Politics, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 107-8.

Hogan, M 1972, "Parish Structures or Community Structures", Compass Theology Review, vol. 6, no. 4, pp. 25-30.

Book Chapters


Hogan, M 2008, "The power of cartoons", in R Phiddian & H Manning (eds.), Comic Commentators. Contemporary Political Cartooning in Australia, API Network, Perth.

Hogan, M & Muir, L 2007 "Voting in Colonial New South Wales" in H Golder, M Hogan & L Muir (ed.), The People´s Choice. Electoral Politics in Colonial New South Wales, Federation Press, Sydney.

Hogan, M & Turner, K 2007 "1891", "1894", "1895", "1898" in H Golder, M Hogan & L Muir (ed.), The People´s Choice. Electoral Politics in Colonial New South Wales, Federation Press, Sydney.

Hogan, M 2007, "1856", "1889", in H Golder, M Hogan & L Muir (ed.), The People´s Choice. Electoral Politics in Colonial New South Wales, Federation Press, Sydney.

Hogan, M 2007, "Before Responsible Government", "The Blended Legislative Council Elections", "The Land Question", in H Golder, M Hogan & L Muir (ed.), The People´s Choice. Electoral Politics in Colonial New South Wales, Federation Press, Sydney.

Hogan, M 2007, "The Right of Association and Peaceful Assembly", in J Franklin & C Court (eds), Life to the Full: Rights and Justice in Australia, Melbourne.

Hogan, M 2006, "Education", in T, Bramston (ed.), The Wran Era, Federation Press, Sydney.

Hogan, M 2006, "Introduction:The Birth of a Modern Political Party", in Labor Pains. Early Conference and Executive Reports of the Labor Party in New South Wales, Federation Press.

Hogan, M 2006, "John See", in D. Clune & K. Turner (eds), The Premiers of New South Wales 1856-2005, vol. 2, Federation Press, Sydney.

Hogan, M 2006, "John Thomas Lang", in D. Clune & K. Turner (eds), The Premiers of New South Wales 1856-2005, ed. D. Clune and K. Turner, Federation Press, Sydney.

Hogan, M 2006, "Millicent Preston-Stanley: Organising for Women"s Representation", in K. Turner & M. Hogan (eds), The Worldly Art of Politics, The Federation Press, Sydney.

Hogan, M 2006, "Thomas Waddell", "William Holman", "William Lyne", in D. Clune & K. Turner (eds), The Premiers of New South Wales 1856-2005, vol. 2, Federation Press, Sydney.

Hogan, M & Turner, K 2006, "Introduction: The Worth of Politics?", "Conclusion", in K. Turner & M. Hogan (eds), The Worldly Art of Politics, The Federation Press, Sydney.

Hogan, M 1997, "The Structures of Inequality", in Politics in Australia, Allen and Unwin, Sydney.

Hogan, M 1980, "Defending the Catholic School System in NSW", in R Scott (ed.),Interest Groups and Public Policy. Case Studies from the Australian States, MacMillan, Melbourne.

Reports


Hogan, M 1998, "The New South Wales state election, 1920", Report, New South Wales Parliamentary Library and Department of Government, University of Sydney, Report Number 0731311760, "A N.S.W. Parliament Centenary of Federation Project".

Hogan, M 1998, "The New South Wales state election, 1925", Report, New South Wales Parliamentary Library and Department of Government, University of Sydney, Report Number 073131171X, "A N.S.W. Parliament Centenary of Federation project".

Hogan, M 1995, "The New South Wales state election, 1922", Report, New South Wales Parliamentary Library and Department of Government, University of Sydney, Report Number 0731050185, CIP confirmed.

Hogan, M 1994, "Australian politics : Catholic perspectives", Discussion Paper, Uniya, Christian Centre for Social Research and Action, Report Number no. 6, "Sponsored by the Australian Jesuits."

Hogan, M & West, P 1980, "Making policy in a changing context : the education policy process in New South Wales", Monograph, Centre for the Study of Higher Education University of Melbourne, Report Number 0868392413, Education. Policies. Formulation. New South Wales (ANB/PRECIS SIN 0408328) Education policy process at state level, an Australia-United States comparative study. Monograph ; no. 2.

Other


Hogan, M 1977, "The Catholic Campaign for State Aid to Non-State Schools in NSW and the ACT 1950-1972", PhD.