Insights from Internal Supply Side Perspectives (Structures, Ideas, Mobilizations)

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Panel Chair
Caterina Froio
Université catholique de Lille – ESPOL
Panel Discussants
Andrea L. P. Pirro
Scuola Normale Superiore
Pietro Castelli Gattinara
Universitetet i Oslo
Stijn van Kessel
Queen Mary, University of London
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07/09/2017 11:00
Building: BL20 Helga Engs hus Floor: Basement Room: HE U35
The literature on extremism, radicalism and populism provides important insights on grand processes but still too little about the internal functioning of these organizations. While “internal supply” factors are often mentioned when explaining their electoral success, too little is known about their leadership, cadres, organization, and about the socialization of their activists and voters. To address this gap, the panel offers a set of papers addressing the inner life of extreme, radical and populist organizations focusing on the cases of Podemos, the Five Star Movement, and the Front national.

Paper List

Articulating Radical-left Populism and Social Movements: The Podemos Case View Paper Details
Five Star Movement: Grassroot Movement or an Institutionalized Party? View Paper Details
The Front National and Welfare Politics: A Radical Transformation View Paper Details
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