Right-wing hegemony and immigration: How the populist far-right achieved hegemony through the immigration debate in Europe

@article{Ylmaz2012RightwingHA,
  title={Right-wing hegemony and immigration: How the populist far-right achieved hegemony through the immigration debate in Europe},
  author={Ferruh Yılmaz},
  journal={Current Sociology},
  year={2012},
  volume={60},
  pages={368 - 381}
}
It is becoming increasingly clear that the debate on Islam and Muslim immigrants has moved into the center of European political discourse. The increasing volume of publications about the role of Islam in social, cultural and political spheres indicates that Islam is now a major political issue, often associated with the debate on terrorism and security. This article argues that the shift in focus should be understood as the result of a hegemonic shift that goes back to the mid-1980s when the… Expand
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