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Top : Parliamentary Practice and Procedure : Divisions

  • "Methods of Taking Divisions." The Table 1 (1932): 94-100.
  • "Techniques and Procedures of Voting in Parliaments." Constitutional and Parliamentary Information 117 (1979):2-14.
  • Brimage, Gladstone W. "Legislation in Two Chamber Parliament: Division by One House of a Bill Originating in theOther." In Conference of Presiding Officers and Clerks, 4th, Suva. Parliamentary Paper 157 (1971).
  • Davis, Walter J. T. "Procedure - Division into Two Bills by the Upper House of a Bill Originating in the LowerHouse." In Conference of Presiding Officers and Clerks, 3rd, Melbourne. Parliamentary Paper 153 (1970).
  • Diver, Leslie C. "The Exercise of the Casting Vote." In Conference of Presiding Officers and Clerks, 4th, Suva.Parliamentary Paper 157 (1971).
  • Fischer, Alastair J. "Aspects of the Voting System for the Senate." Politics 16 (May 1981): 57-62.
  • Fischer, Alastair J. The Random Sampling of Votes in the Australian Senate. Adelaide: Department of Economics,University of Adelaide, 1978.
  • O'Connell, P. "Report on Methods of Voting." Constitutional Parliamentary Information 8 (1951): 183-185.
  • Perceval, R. W. "On the Origin of Divisions: A Speculation." Parliamentary Affairs 4 (Spring 1951): 216-223.
  • Whyte, Arthur M. "Division of Bills." In Conference of Presiding Officers and Clerks, 9th, Adelaide.Parliamentary Paper 223 (1978).
  • Wolf- Phillips, Leslie. "Parliamentary Divisions and Proxy Voting." Parliamentary Affairs 18 (Autumn 1965):416-421.


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