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ECPR Journals Virtual Special Issue

Political Participation in the CEE Societies: From the Optimism of Accession to EU to Euroscepticism

Europe (Central and Eastern)
 
Political Methodology
 
Political Participation
 
Euroscepticism
 
Political Cultures
 
Panel Number
P274
Panel Chair
Joanna Kozierska
University of Wrocław
Panel Discussants
Camelia Florela Voinea
University of Bucharest
Endre Borbáth
Freie Universität Berlin

Time
04/09/2019 13:00 - 14:40
Location
Building: (Building D) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 2nd floor Room: 2.03
Abstract
Social and political movements in several countries from the Central and Eastern Europe voice dissatisfaction with concern to political elites, parliamentary decisions, and governmental policies. Beyond dissatisfaction, students of the democratization processes in the post-communist countries from the Central and Eastern Europe identify profound shifts toward illiberal models of democracy, profound political corruption and state-capture as well as legislations aimed to weaken the rule of law and authority of basic democratic institutions, the rise of populist and nationalist political parties, and the deepening of Euroscepticism. This panel seeks to explore contexts and characteristics, mechanisms and processes of political participation in the post-communist societies from the eastern half of Europe three decades after the fall of the iron curtain.

Paper List


Title Details
High Political Participation and Low Political Trust ꟷ From the Orange Revolution to Euromaidan View Paper Details
Inconsequential Radicalism: Explaining the Non-Impact of Poland’s Eurosceptic Turn on Public Attitudes to the EU View Paper Details
Who Shapes Polish Politics? On Poles’ Electoral Activity (or Inactivity) View Paper Details
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