Neue Wahrheiten von rechts außen? Alternative Nachrichten und der „Rechtspopulismus“ in Deutschland

  title={Neue Wahrheiten von rechts au{\ss}en? Alternative Nachrichten und der „Rechtspopulismus“ in Deutschland},
  author={Man{\`e}s Weisskircher},
  journal={Forschungsjournal Soziale Bewegungen},
  pages={474 - 490}
Zusammenfassung Politische Akteur*innen sind lebhafte Produzent*innen von medialen Produkten und stellen sie dabei oft als Alternative zu etablierten traditionellen Medien dar. Seit geraumer Zeit stehen dabei nicht mehr linke Projekte, sondern „alternative Nachrichten“ von rechts außen im Zentrum der Debatte. Dieser Artikel analysiert mit PI News eine der populärsten dieser Plattformen in Deutschland. Untersucht wird die Entwicklung ihrer Popularität und ihre Klassifizierung als rechts außen… 

AfD gegen die Grünen? Rechtspopulismus und klimapolitische Polarisierung in Deutschland

Zusammenfassung Der politische Konflikt um den Klimawandel bestimmt die deutsche Politik. Dieser Artikel untersucht die oftmals vernachlässigte Rolle der Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) in dieser

No Strong Leaders Needed? AfD Party Organisation Between Collective Leadership, Internal Democracy, and “Movement-Party” Strategy

This article analyses the formal and lived organisation of the Alternative für Deutschland (AfD, Alternative for Germany). We show that the party is exceptional among what is usually understood as



Was ist Rechtspopulismus?

ZusammenfassungDer Beitrag beantwortet die zentrale Frage nach dem Rechtspopulismus mit dem Versuch einer klärenden Definition in Abgrenzung zu älteren Kategorien wie Rechtsextremismus oder

“Don't Mention the War!” how Populist Right‐Wing Radicalism Became (Almost) Normal in Germany

  • Kai Arzheimer
  • Political Science
    JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies
  • 2019
In the 1980s, the Populist Radical Right emerged as a new party family. Its members have a number of core characteristics in common: they are nativist, authoritarian, and usually also populist

Liberal Illiberalism? The Reshaping of the Contemporary Populist Radical Right in Northern Europe

Populism, particularly in its radical right-wing variants, is often posited as antithetical to the principles of liberalism. Yet a number of contemporary cases of populist radical right parties from

Between nationalism and civilizationism: the European populist moment in comparative perspective

ABSTRACT This paper argues that the national populisms of Northern and Western Europe form a distinctive cluster within the wider north Atlantic and pan-European populist conjuncture. They are

Being Skeptical? Exploring Far-Right Climate-Change Communication in Germany

ABSTRACT This article explores climate-change communication by the German far right – spanning a continuum which ranges from anti-liberal democracy radical-right populists, to the extreme right and

Anti-Islamic PEGIDA Beyond Germany: Explaining Differences in Mobilisation

ABSTRACT The rise of anti-Islamic PEGIDA (Patriotische Europäer gegen die Islamisierung des Abendlandes) is one of the latest sustained episodes of radical right mobilisation in Western Europe

Europe as ideological resource: the case of the Rassemblement National

  • M. Lorimer
  • Sociology, Political Science
    Ideologies and the European Union
  • 2020
ABSTRACT Ever since they first entered the European Parliament in 1979, the EU has proven to be a strong legitimising tool for far right parties, providing them with funding, visibility and a higher

Key Dimensions of Alternative News Media

Abstract This article proposes a definition of alternative news media and suggests routes for further research. It complements and extends previous conceptualizations in research on alternative media

Not So Radical After All: Ideological Diversity Among Radical Right Supporters and Its Implications

Radical right voters and parties are often characterized as conservative and traditionalist on issues of gender, sexuality, and morality. Common wisdom is that they reject the progressive

Boundary Work: Intermedia Agenda-Setting Between Right-Wing Alternative Media and Professional Journalism

ABSTRACT Through a quantitative content analysis (n = 878), this study examines and compares intermedia agenda-setting between right-wing alternative media outlets and mainstream online newspapers in