PEGIDA: Understanding the Emergence and Essence of Nativist Protest in Dresden

@article{Virchow2016PEGIDAUT,
  title={PEGIDA: Understanding the Emergence and Essence of Nativist Protest in Dresden},
  author={Fabian Virchow},
  journal={Journal of Intercultural Studies},
  year={2016},
  volume={37},
  pages={541 - 555}
}
ABSTRACT Surprisingly to many observers in Germany from fall 2014 onwards, several public protests were organised that turned against fundamentalist currents of Islam. A demonstration of a group that called itself Hooligans against Salafists (HoGeSa) received great public attention; another group using the abbreviation Patriotic Europeans against the Islamisation of the Occident (PEGIDA) proved able to initiate a very dynamic mobilisation within a few weeks: from a few hundred to more than 20… Expand
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