The Dynamics of Social Change in Radical Right-wing Populist Party Support

  title={The Dynamics of Social Change in Radical Right-wing Populist Party Support},
  author={J. Evans},
  journal={Comparative European Politics},
  • J. Evans
  • Published 2005
  • Sociology
  • Comparative European Politics
  • Since the initial rise of Radical Right-wing Populist parties (RRPs) in the mid-1980s, comparative analyses have tried to identify the core social and attitudinal elements to these parties' electorates and changes therein. To date, none of these has been accepted as providing a satisfactory typology of RRPs. Regional differences between these parties, in particular between the Scandinavian Radical Right and the ‘Continental’ Extreme Right, have constituted one element of diversity informing… CONTINUE READING
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