Double differentiation in a cross-national comparison of populist political movements and online media uses in the United States and the Netherlands

@article{Groshek2013DoubleDI,
  title={Double differentiation in a cross-national comparison of populist political movements and online media uses in the United States and the Netherlands},
  author={Jacob Groshek and Jiska Engelbert},
  journal={New Media & Society},
  year={2013},
  volume={15},
  pages={183-202}
}
In a context of highly visible and politically influential populist movements, this study considers the online self-representation of the Tea Party Patriots (TPP) in the United States and the Party for Freedom (PVV) in the Netherlands. A multi-methodological approach was adopted to compare the discursive manifestation of key populism concepts: leadership characteristics, adversary definition, and mobilizing information. Analyses reconstruct and account for similarities and differences in… CONTINUE READING
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