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Radicalism and Immigration: Strategies and Consequences

Extremism
 
Populism
 
Immigration
 
Panel Number
P370
Panel Chair
Iris Segers
Universitetet i Oslo
Panel Discussants
Iris Segers
Universitetet i Oslo
Bharath Ganesh
University of Oxford

Time
24/08/2018 17:40 - 19:20
Location
Building: VMP 8 Floor: 2 Room: 206
Abstract
In recent years, many European countries have experienced a resurgence of radical organizations in their public and political spheres. More specifically, the recent developments in Europe, with the economic crisis and the following refugee crisis, have seemed to create favourable conditions for the consolidation of right-wing populist parties and movements (Kriesi and Pappas 2015). While a number of reasons account for growing hostility towards immigrants in the public sphere, one concerns the growth in the number of refugees and migrants looking for a better life in Western Europe (Betz 1993). The migrant crisis, which had been developing for a couple of years and rapidly intensified in 2015, when thousands of people reached Europe, then could have presented the opportunity, on which anti-immigrant voices, including populist radical right parties could have easily bred. This panel aims to explore the nexus between radical groups and migration related issues, as well as the construction of the enemy and the consequences of radicalism on immigration (perceptions of, policies about, reaction pro).

Paper List


Title Details
Anti-Immigration or Material Deprivation? – Combining Discourse and Materiality in a Qualitative Approach to Anti-Asylum Seeker Centre Protests in the Netherlands View Paper Details
Counter/Mobilizing on the Migration Crisis in the Czech Republic and Slovakia View Paper Details
Local Dynamics of Vigilantism – Anti-Immigrant Street Patrol Groups and the Finns Party in Local Context View Paper Details
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