Dr Patrick Bishop

Head of Department, Senior Lecturer

Communicative mechanisms of governance: e-democracy and the architecture of the public sphere
Bishop, P., Anderson, L. 31/03/2011 In: Information communication technologies and the virtual public sphere. Hershey PA : IGI Global p. 52-71. 20 p.
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

Developing capacity: the reasonable conversation of representative democratic politics
Bishop, P. 2009 In: Building trust through civic engagement. New York : United Nations Publications p. 81-96. 16 p.
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

E Dmocracy in Australia: Practice and Innovation
Bishop, P. 2007 In: International Journal of Electronic Government Research. Special issue, 2 p.
Special issue

Navigating the fragments: political dimensions of managing networked public service delivery
Bishop, P. 2007 In: Public governance and leadership. Wiesdaden : Gabler p. 117-130. 13 p.
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

E-Government to E-Democracy: Communicative Mechanisms of Governance.
Bishop, P., Anderson, L. 1/01/2005 In: Journal of E-Government. 2, 1, p. 5-26. 22 p.
Journal article

Democratic laughter : the people were wrong.
Bishop, P. 2005 In: A passion for politics : essays in honour of Graham Maddox. Melbourne : Pearson Education p. 65-74. 10 p.
Chapter

Reforming government - outsourcing, privatisation and commercialisation.
Bishop, P., Wanna, J. 2004 In: Business, government and globalisation. Melbourne : Pearson Education p. 110-126. 17 p.
Chapter

Management, organisation and ethics in the public sector.
Bishop, P., Connors, C., Sampford, C. 2003 London : Ashgate. 298 p.
Book

Reconnecting representatives : participating in representative democracy.
Bishop, P. 2003 In: Peace, order and good government : state constitutional and parliamentary reform. Adelaide : Wakefield p. 150-161. 12 p.
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The new public sector: changing management organisation and ethics
Bishop, P., Connors, C. 2003 In: Management organisation and ethics in the public sector. Ashgate p. 3-18. 16 p.
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

The Theory and Practice of E-democracy: Agency, Trusteeship and Participation on the Web.
Bishop, P., Kane, J., Patapan, H. 1/12/2002 In: International Review of Public Administration. 7, 2, p. 21-31. 11 p.
Journal article

Consultation or Contest: The Danger of Mixing Modes.
Bishop, P., Kane, J. 1/03/2002 In: Australian Journal of Public Administration. 61, 1, p. 87-94. 8 p.
Journal article

Community Consultation Symposium Mapping Public Participation in Policy Choices.
Bishop, P., Davis, G. 03/2002 In: Australian Journal of Public Administration. 61, 1, p. 14-29. 16 p.
Journal article

Democratic equivocations: who wants what when and how?
Bishop, P. 2002 In: Papers on Parliament no 3. Canberra : Department of the Senate p. 39-52. 14 p.
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

E-Democracy : technological challenges to democratic theory.
Bishop, P., Kane, J., Patapan, H. 2002 In: Australasian Parliamentary Review. 17, 2, p. 59-72. 14 p.
Journal article

Developing consent.
Bishop, P., Davis, G. 2001 In: Are you being served? : state citizens and governance. Allen & Unwin p. 175-195. 21 p.
Chapter

Customers, citizens and consultation.
Bishop, P. 2000 In: Local government, public enterprise and ethics. Federation Press p. 232-36. 197 p.
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Introduction
Bishop, P., Preston, N. 2000 In: Local Government, Public Enterprise and Ethics. Federation Press p. 1-7. 7 p.
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

Local government, public enterprise and ethics.
Bishop, P., Preston, N. 2000 Federation Press. 208 p. ISBN: 978-1862871359.
Book