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Political Research Exchange

Social Movements and Mobilization of Political Identities

Populism
 
Identity
 
Mobilisation
 
Panel Number
P415
Panel Chair
Denys Gorbach
Sciences Po Paris
Panel Co-Chair

Time
25/08/2018 14:00 - 15:40
Location
Building: VMP 8 Floor: 2 Room: 212
Abstract
The definition and delimitation of collective identities can be instrumental to a successful political mobilization of the citizens, either by state actors, competing political parties and their candidates, or social movements. Competing visions and definitions of collective identities are often used to build support for existing institutions, as well as to change or challenge them. Moreover, partisan use of collective identity for electoral purposes can potentially lead to conflict and polarization within the society. This panel brings together papers which examine several such processes and improve our understanding of the role of identity in political mobilization.

Paper List


Title Details
Competition Over Dersim’s Collective Identity in the Turkish Diaspora View Paper Details
Identity at Home and Abroad: (Kin)state Nation-Building Projects and Identity-Making in Diaspora - The Case of Slovakia and Slovak Diaspora View Paper Details
Mobilization of Muslim Democracy in Turkey View Paper Details
Why Liberal Theory Needs Its Own Theory of Identity: The Way for Strengthening Liberal Theory View Paper Details
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