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Dean Jaensch (born 1936) is an Australian political scientist and a retired Professor of Political and International Studies at The Flinders University of South Australia. Jaensch was awarded a Bachelor of Arts (Honours), a Master of Arts and PhD from the University of Adelaide. He wrote many highly regarded books (14) on political parties, electoral politics and voting behaviour in Australian politics, and also focussed on South Australian and Northern Territory politics, federalism within the Anglosphere and empirical methodology.

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Darwin : North Australia Research Unit ; Klemzig, S. Aust. : Polity Publications, 1994
 
 
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Bedford Park, S.A. : Discipline of Politics, Flinders University, 1979
 
 
by Jaensch, Dean, 1936-
Bedford Park, S.A. : Flinders University of South Australia, School of Social Sciences, 1984
 
 
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Bedford Park, S. Aust. : School of Social Sciences, Flinders University of South Australia, 1983
 
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