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Populism Between Left and Right

@inproceedings{Papathanassopoulos2016PopulismBL,
  title={Populism Between Left and Right},
  author={S. Papathanassopoulos and Iliana Giannouli and Ioannis Andreadis},
  year={2016}
}
Introduction By reviewing the existing literature on populism in Greece, this chapter, aims at providing a systematic framework to understand the role of populist rhetoric in the formation of the modern Greek state and in contemporary Greek political culture. Most of the literature on populism is based on theoretical work. The quantity of publications based on empirical work has, until recently, been limited. Currently, a growing number of studies are centered on populism. Surveys that include… Expand
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