Understanding populist politics in Turkey: a hegemonic depth approach

@article{Yalva2019UnderstandingPP,
  title={Understanding populist politics in Turkey: a hegemonic depth approach},
  author={Faruk Yalvaç and Jonathan Joseph},
  journal={Review of International Studies},
  year={2019},
  volume={45},
  pages={786 - 804}
}
Abstract The aim of this article is to understand populism as a hegemonic project involving a struggle for power between different social forces. We take a critical realist approach in defining populism. This implies several things. We develop a new approach to understanding populist politics by taking neither a purely discursive (Laclau), nor a solely structural (Poulantzas), but a critical realist approach and analysing the three-way relationship between structural conditions, agency, and… Expand
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