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Populist Movements: A New Tale of Organising Emancipation through Movements?

Civil Society
Democracy
Political Parties
Populism
Mobilisation
Activism
P297
Ondřej Císař
Charles University
Katerina Vrablikova
University of Bath

Friday 11:00 - 12:40 (06/09/2019)

Building: (Building C) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 1st floor Room: 101

Abstract

Populists across the world call for the rule by the people and portray themselves as redefining notions of emancipation. But does that also mean that populism is related to greater citizen engagement or direct democracy and how so? Does it mean that current populism emanates from and remains rooted in a broader context of social movements? Can we primarily see populist parties as movement parties? Or are there variable ways of mobilization, such as the business firm party model? The panel contains contributions on all types of populist mobilizations, as well as contributions on contra-mobilizations, and their underlying attitudes.

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