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How Populist Are the People? Measuring Populist Attitudes in Voters
The sudden and perhaps unexpected appearance of populist parties in the 1990s shows no sign of immediately vanishing. The lion’s share of the research on populism has focused on defining populism, onExpand
Here to Stay? Populism as a New Party Type
  • A. Zaslove
  • Political Science
  • European Review
  • 1 July 2008
This article addresses the sudden and somewhat unexpected rise of populist parties in West, Central, and Eastern Europe. The first section highlights the core characteristics of populism through theExpand
The Dark Side of European Politics: Unmasking the Radical Right
The first part of this article argues that the recent emergence of right‐wing political parties in Western Europe do not constitute either a return to fascism, a new form of extremism, or simply aExpand
‘We the People’ or ‘We the Peoples’? A Comparison of Support for the Populist Radical Right and Populist Radical Left in the Netherlands
Research on the supply side of politics demonstrates that populism acts as a common denominator even though populist parties possess very different ideological positions. However, it is uncertainExpand
Closing the door? The ideology and impact of radical right populism on immigration policy in Austria and Italy
In this article I argue that the radical right articulates a coherent ideology vis-a`-vis immigration. Radical right populist parties assert that uncontrolled immigration increases crime, threatensExpand
Gendering the vote for populist radical-right parties
ABSTRACT Why do more men than women vote for populist radical-right (PRR) parties? And do more men than women still vote for the PRR? Can attitudes regarding gender and gender equality explain theseExpand
The Populist Radical Right: Ideology, Party Families and Core Principles
Radical, extreme, fascist and populist political parties experienced an unexpected resurgence in Europe in the 1980s and the 1990s. These political parties, mirroring the rise of Green, New Left andExpand
Conclusion: dividing the populist radical right between ‘liberal nativism’ and traditional conceptions of gender
As noted in the introduction to this special issue, there is no shortage of scholarship on the populist radical right (PRR). This research, in part, examines the role of women, focusing on gender andExpand
Populism and Foreign Policy
Combining insights from International Relations theory and Comparative Politics, this chapter discusses the effect of international politics on the political fortune of populist parties in the worldExpand
‘Sexually modern nativist voters’: do they exist and do they vote for the populist radical right?
ABSTRACT Populist radical right (PRR) parties have attracted anti-migration voters by claiming to serve the interests of nationally defined in-groups. Recently, several European PRR parties haveExpand
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