Michael Pusey

Michael Pusey is Professor of Sociology at UNSW and the Macquarie University Centre for Research on Social Inclusion. In the early 1990s Michael Pusey's book on Economic Rationalism in Canberra started a national debate on economic rationalism and brought the term into public useage. His most recent book, The Experience of Middle Australia, examines the impact of economic restructuring on incomes, jobs, families, communities, politics and Australian culture. His current major study concerns the media and political communication in Australia.

Posts by Michael Pusey

A politics of climate change

Michael Pusey wants climate change to drive a meaningful consensus for new politics, policies and programs. He urges us to ground the narrative in concrete, accessible, and arresting visual images; in real, living memories; in terms that emphasize the interconnectionsmore