Publications & Presentations

PUBLICATIONS

Murchison, A. (2016). Online Media in New Zealand. In Bahador, B., Kemp, G., McMillan, K., and Rudd, C. (Eds.), Politics and the Media (2nd ed.).

Murchison, A. (2015). Changing Communications? Political Parties and Web 2.0 in the 2011 New Zealand General Election. In Lachapelle, G. and Maarek, P. (Eds.), Political Parties in the Digital Age. The Impact of New Technologies in Politics. Germany: De Gruyter Oldenbourg.

Murchison, A. (2015). Social Media and Participation. In Hayward, J. (Ed.), New Zealand Government and Politics (6th ed.). Australia: Oxford University Press.

Richardson, A., Murchison, A. and Rudd, C. (2015). Media and Elections. In Hayward, J. (Ed.), New Zealand Government and Politics (6th ed.). Australia: Oxford University Press.

Murchison, A. (2013). Online Media in New Zealand. In Bahador, B., Kemp, G., McMillan, K., and Rudd, C. (Eds.), Politics and the Media. Auckland, New Zealand: Pearson Education.

Deos, A. and Murchison, A. (2012). What’s on Their Mind? Political Parties and Facebook in the 2011 New Zealand General Election. In Johansson, J. and Levine, S. (Eds.), Kicking the Tyres: The New Zealand General Election and Electoral Referendum of 2011. Wellington, New Zealand: Victoria University Press.

INVITED TALKS

Murchison, A. (2014). A Commentary on Political Advertising in the 2014 Campaign. Panellist on Outside the Heat of the 2014 Election: The Academic’s Perspective Roundtable at the 2014 New Zealand Political Studies Association Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

Murchison, A. (2013). Changing Communications? Political Parties and Facebook in the 2011 New Zealand General Election. Presentation at the 2013 World Social Science Forum, Montréal, Canada.

Murchison, A. (2011). The Use of Web 2.0 in the 2011 New Zealand Election. Presentation at the 2011 New Zealand Political Studies Association Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand.

CONFERENCES

Murchison, A. and Rudd, C. (2013). Participant Observation in Cyberspace. Paper presented at the 63rd Political Studies Association Annual International Conference, Cardiff, Wales.

Murchison, A. (2013). Emotional Appeals in Election Advertising: Understanding their Influence on the Political Behaviour of Voters. Paper presented at the 63rd Political Studies Association Annual International Conference, Cardiff, Wales.

Murchison, A. (2011). Emotional Appeals in Election Advertising: A (Revised) Methodology for Measuring Their Influence on the Political Behaviour of Voters. Paper presented at the 2011 New Zealand Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Deos, A. and Murchison, A. (2011). Tips for Conference Presenting. Presentation to the 2011 New Zealand Political Studies Association Postgraduate Pre-conference, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Murchison, A. (2010). Emotional Appeals in Election Advertising: A Methodology for Measuring Their Influence on the Political Behaviour of Voters. Paper presented at the 2010 New Zealand Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Murchison, A. (2009). Political Communication in New Zealand: A Study of Political Party Advertising in the 2008 General Election. Paper presented at the 2009 New Zealand Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO GUEST LECTURES

Murchison, A. (2014). Political Advertising. Lecture for Political Campaigning (POLS405), University of Otago.

Murchison, A. (2013). Politics and Online Media in New Zealand. Lecture for Introduction to New Zealand Politics (POLS102), University of Otago.

Murchison, A. (2012). Using Experiments in Politics Research. Lecture for Research Methods (POLS302), University of Otago.

Murchison, A. (2009). Political Communication in New Zealand: Political Party Advertising in the 2008 General Election. Lecture for Political Communication (POLS212), University of Otago.

SELECTED MEDIA COVERAGE

Interview about the role of election advertising in New Zealand for Media Take, Series 1 Episode 6, broadcast 5 August 2014.

Interview entitled ‘Political Ads Need What and Why’ for the Otago Daily Times, published in print and online 3 August 2014.

Joint interview entitled ‘Otago University Students Break New Ground for Election’ for Radio New Zealand’s Morning Report, broadcast 1 May 2014.