Radical right populism

@inproceedings{Muis2016RadicalRP,
  title={Radical right populism},
  author={J. Muis and T. Immerzeel},
  year={2016}
}
One of the key preoccupations of scholars of contemporary politics is the political backlash of social unease about immigration and cultural diversity. In particular, support for populist radical right (PRR) parties and movements has swelled in previous decades, which has triggered extensive political and scholarly debate (Backes and Moreau, 2012). Whether we like it or not, many citizens support parties and movements that promote xenophobia, ethno-nationalism and anti-system populism (Rydgren… Expand
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