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Crisis State: Locating Populism's Conceptual Core

@inproceedings{Latsch2020CrisisSL,
  title={Crisis State: Locating Populism's Conceptual Core},
  author={Noah Latsch and M. Wolff},
  year={2020}
}
The aim of this paper is two-fold. The first is to put forth a method for analyzing how populism functions as a discursive practice. I seek to formulate an understanding of populism that highlights the phenomenon’s three essential discursive features. I refer to these features as “the people”, “the elite”, and “the crisis”. The second aim of this paper is to expand on the contingent and socially constructed nature of “crisis”. I intend to show how populism is inextricably linked to the… Expand

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