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SEEKING A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK: HOW TO DEFINE AND IDENTIFY POPULIST PARTIES?
SEEKING A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK: HOW TO DEFINE AND IDENTIFY POPULIST PARTIES?

Author(s): Aneta Pinková, Vlastimil Havlík
Subject(s): Civil Society, Government/Political systems, Politics and society, Comparative politics
Published by: Masarykova univerzita
Keywords: Populist parties; populism; Homogeneous Group;
Summary/Abstract: Recent decades have seen a pronounced rise in political parties which may be identified as populist. Scholars have reacted with an increased number of studies devoted to the phenomena of party populism and other expressions of populism. Special attention has been paid to political parties identified as radical right-wing populist parties and nationalist populist parties. (Former) Communist political parties have also often been included under the populist umbrella (see, e.g., Deegan-Krause 2007, March 2008).

  • Page Range: 17-38
  • Page Count: 22
  • Publication Year: 2012
  • Language: English