Occupy Sydney’s coherent message

The Occupy Sydney movement has a coherent political agenda, according to researchers from the University of Sydney.

“The movement in Australia has been characterised as incoherent by the media and commentators,” researcher Dr Stewart Jackson said, “but it has a strong critique of the impacts of capitalism on social inequality and on politics. There’s a concern that money politics and the impact of large multinationals have reduced the effectiveness of Australian democracy.”

180 interviews were conducted at the Sydney rally on November 5th.

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