Mediated populism, culture and media form

@article{Higgins2017MediatedPC,
  title={Mediated populism, culture and media form},
  author={Michael Higgins},
  journal={Palgrave Communications},
  year={2017},
  volume={3},
  pages={1-5}
}
This comment seeks to identify some key concerns in the study of mediated populism. The paper highlights the relationship between populism and political conditions, noting that the weak party structures and non-conventional party-media relations that characterise populist actors applies across the political left and right, who engage strategically according to media conditions. In setting out the terms in which mediated populism operates, the paper stresses the turn to emotionality in media… Expand
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