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Populism and Electoral Behaviour

Populism
Voting
Electoral Behaviour
P292
Soetkin Verhaegen
Stockholm University
Agata Kałabunowska
Jagiellonian University

Thursday 15:50 - 17:30 (05/09/2019)

Building: Institute of Geography Floor: 3rd floor Room: 336

Abstract

Populist parties play a central role in current debates of populism. The recent success of this type of parties in various countries has been an important driver of research on their strategies and discourse, and the link between public attitudes, emotions and the rise of those parties. This panel brings together papers that aim to explain variation in the electoral success of populist parties in Western societies (Denmark, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, the UK, and the USA) by studying the attitudes and narratives of citizens, and the discourse of parties.

Title Details
Globalisation, Labour Market Change and the Renaissance of Class Voting: The Case of Ireland and the Netherlands View Paper Details
Is There a Populist Identity in Germany? Evidence from a Representative Survey View Paper Details
Moving to the Extremes: Party Political Support for the Populist Radical Right – A Northern Ireland Perspective View Paper Details
Populism in Narratives View Paper Details