Chapter published in:
Variation in Political Metaphor
Edited by Julien Perrez, Min Reuchamps and Paul H. Thibodeau
[Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture 85] 2019
► pp. 83106
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Data Sources

This list is presented to match the order of historical events (i.e. Table 1).

1.John Howard: ‘John Howard’s First Press Conference as Liberal Leader (1985).’ April 26, 2013. YouTube video, 28:45. https://​www​.youtube​.com​/watch​?v​=DIQxkGBgkKMGoogle Scholar
2.Paul Keating: Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. 1991. The Hon PJ. Keating, Press Conference, Parliament House, 19 December 1991. https://​pmtranscripts​.pmc​.gov​.au​/sites​/default​/files​/original​/00008367​.pdf
3.Mark Latham: ‘Mark Latham’s First Press Conference as Leader of the ALP.’ Last modified 3 December 2003. http://​www​.australianpolitics​.com​/news​/2003​/12​/03​-12​-02​.shtml
4.Kevin Rudd: ‘Kevin Rudd’s First Press Conference as ALP Leader (2006).’ February 7, 2013. YouTube video, 20.54. https://​www​.youtube​.com​/watch​?v​=GVc25SAtmpIGoogle Scholar
5.Malcolm Turnbull: ‘Malcolm Turnbull’s acceptance speech.’ Last modified 17 September 2008. http://​www​.theage​.com​.au​/national​/malcolm​-turnbulls​-acceptance​-speech​-20080916​-4hxn​.html
6.Tony Abbott: ‘Transcript of Tony Abbott’s first media conference as Leader of the Opposition.’ Last modified December 1, 2009. http://​australianconservative​.com​/2009​/12​/tony​-abbott​-media​-conference/
7.Julia Gillard: ‘Prime Minister Julia Gillard.’ June 23, 2010. YouTube video, 11:44. https://​www​.youtube​.com​/watch​?v​=YdXlUdSBOYk
8.Kevin Rudd #2: ‘Kevin Rudd and Anthony Albanese press conference.’ June 26, 2013. YouTube video, 14:24. https://​www​.youtube​.com​/watch​?v​=7vydTSBE70Q
9.Malcolm Turnbull #2: Lawrence, Vanessa 2015 ‘Here’s PM Malcolm Turnbull’s Stirring Victory Speech in Full.’ 14 September 2015. http://​www​.pedestrian​.tv​/news​/arts​-and​-culture​/heres​-pm​-malcolm​-turnbulls​-stirring​-victory​-speech​/77001da7​-836a​-4596​-9fd1​-f49628fbfd63​.htmGoogle Scholar
10.Scott Morrison: ‘Transcript of New Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s First Press Conference.’ Last modified August 24, 2018. https://​www​.afr​.com​/news​/transcript​-of​-new​-prime​-minister​-scott​-morrisons​-first​-press​-conference​-20180824​-h14h1a

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