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Radical Right-Wing Populist Party Preference and Perceived Group Threat: Time, Context, and Moderators

  title={Radical Right-Wing Populist Party Preference and Perceived Group Threat: Time, Context, and Moderators},
  author={Carl C. Berning},
With this dissertation I aim for a deeper understanding of the most prominent link in research on radical right-wing populist parties – this aim is threefold. At its heart is the relationship between perceived group threat and radical right-wing populist party preferences. First, I test the temporal order of perceived group threat and radical right-wing populist party prefer-ences. Second, I examine the ideological climate of group threat perception as a contextual antecedent of preferences for… Expand
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