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How to use the Australian Review of Public Affairs RSS feed

What is RSS?

RSS stands for ‘Really Simple Syndication’. It is an easy way for you to be automatically notified whenever new articles appear in the Australian Review of Public Affairs.

How do I use it?

To receive the ARPA news feed you will need a program called a newsreader or aggregator. Once you have a newsreader you need to subscribe to the ARPA feed, by right-clicking and copying the following hyperlink, and pasting it into your newsreader:

RSS feed for this site http://www.australianreview.net/feed.xml

Each time a new article is added to the ARPA site, your newsreader will pick this up and you will receive a brief synopsis of the article together with a link to the full text.

Terms of use

Please make sure that your newsreader is configured to look for updates no more frequently than once every hour. The ARPA news feed is typically updated only once a week, so looking for changes less frequently is recommended.

This feed is provided for personal use and only in newsreader applications. You may not publish headlines from this feed to a web page.


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The Australian Review of Public Affairs is published is published with the support of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, at The University of Sydney. Please address all manuscript submissions to the Editor, Gabrielle Meagher.

DISCLAIMER

Contributors are responsible for the opinions they express in the Australian Review of Public Affairs. Neither the Editors, nor the University of Sydney, necessarily endorse these opinions.

 

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