Digital Populism: Internet and Far Right Populist Politics

Democracy
 
Extremism
 
Populism
 
Panel Number
P095
Panel Chair
Eric Miklin
Universität Salzburg
Panel Discussant
Emmanuel Dalle Mulle
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
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Time
08/09/2017 17:40
Location
Building: BL20 Helga Engs hus Floor: Basement Room: HE U35
Abstract
There has been much debate about the effect of phenomena like online publishing, social networks or web search on political communication. Some scholars have argued that their rise increases citizens’ exposure to diverse perspectives. Others, however, expect them to result in the formation of ‘echo chambers’ and ‘filter bubbles’. This panel addresses the effect these new channels of communication have on the behaviour and electoral success of far right populist parties: What are the strategies applied by these parties? Are there differences amongst them with regard to their use of different channels? And to what extent can recent successes of far right populist parties in fact be attributed to these strategies?

Paper List


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#Islamisation: A Brief History of an Imaginary Present View Paper Details
Blood, Religion or Culture? Framing Islam in the Online Network of the French Far Right View Paper Details
Building 'Bubbles' or Starting a Right-Wing Cultural Revolution? Far-Right Alternative Online Media in France and Western Switzerland View Paper Details
Comparing Online Mobilization of Anti-Islam Movements and Parties in Western Europe View Paper Details
Populism Online: Digital Media and the Rise of Right Wing Politics View Paper Details
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