Katharine Murphy In Conversation with Paul Bongiorno AO
Conflict. Clickbait. Controversy. The advent of social media and the 24/7 high octane media cycle is seemingly behind the demise of thoughtful, long-term policy making. Politics has become a shrill shouting match in a world where conflict is a commodity to be mined and marketed. In this insightful look into how the internet has shaken the fundamentals of life, Guardian Australia’s political editor Katharine Murphy writes about this disruption and asks, is there any way out of this chaos? In conversation with veteran political journalist Paul Bongiorno.
Museum of Australian Democracy: House of Representatives
House of Representatives, MoAD, 18 King George Terrace, Parkes, ACT 2600
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