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Media Expert Alert: La Trobe University experts comment on resignation of Daniel Andrews

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Media EXPERT ALERT

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews resigns

La Trobe University experts are available to comment on the resignation of Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews after almost nine years in office.

  • Ian Tulloch, Adjunct Research Fellow
    Australian federal and state politics; regional politics; electoral politics; environmental and water politics; industrial relations/unions and politics. 
    Email
    i.tulloch@latrobe.edu.au, Mobile: 0438 418 581
  • Dr Natalie McKenna

Lecturer in strategic communications, Department of Communication and Media

Social media and politics; personal branding of politicians; online identity; reputation through social media

Email: n.mckenna@latrobe.edu.au, Mobile: 0420 378 026

 

  • Adjunct Professor Tony Walker

Vice-Chancellor’s Fellow and Adjunct Professor, Communication and Media

Australian federal and state politics; foreign policy; democracy

Email: antonyhwalker@gmail.com, Mobile: 0416 258 776

 

 

 

 

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