volume 13, issue S337, P84-87 2017
DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317010389
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Abstract: Pulsar polarization has been a fruitful area of study since the first discovery of pulsars 50 years ago. Polarization gives information on the geometry of the star, the location of the radio emission in the magnetosphere, the physics behind the radio emission mechanism and a plethora of phenomenology. Here, I will restrict myself to a brief outline of recent work in pulsar polarization using observations taken with the Parkes radio telescope over the past decade.