Biographical entry: Goot, Murray

Professor

Occupation
Academic

Summary

One of Australia's leading academic analysts of public opinion, Professor Murray Goot authored or co-authored over 100 book chapters, contributions to reference works, and articles in national and international journals on public opinion and voting behaviour, Australian politics and political parties, and the politics of the media.

Goot was a chief investigator on the ARC-LIEF funded project to establish the Saulwick Archives resource. At the time of the project, he was an Australian Research Council Australian Professorial Fellow and Professor in the Department of Modern History, Politics, International Relations and Security at Macquarie University.

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  • Beed, Terence; Goot, Murray; Hodgson, Stephen and Ridley, Peggy (eds), Australian Opinion Polls 1941 - 1990, vol. 1 of 2, DW Thorpe in association with the National Centre for Australian Studies, 1993. Details
  • Goot, Murray; Ridley, Peggy; Day, Peter; Gibbons, Leonie; McNair, Ian; and Beed, Terence (eds), Australian Opinion Polls 1941 - 1990 - An Index, vol. 2 of 2, DW Thorpe in association with the National Centre for Australian Studies, 1993. Details