A Short Introduction to Populism

@inproceedings{Macaulay2019ASI,
  title={A Short Introduction to Populism},
  author={Marcia Macaulay},
  year={2019}
}
Macaulay provides an overview of the principal theoretical approaches concerning populism. She examines the six questions posed by Ionescu and Gellner (Populism its meaning and national characteristics. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 1969): whether populism is an ideology, a movement, a “recurring mentality,” a “political psychology,” or a worship of the ‘people.’ Further, is populism “characterized by a peculiar negativism?” Lastly, is populism porous, able to be absorbed by “stronger… Expand
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