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Since 2016 Brexit, parts of the democratic world seems to have shifted from competition between traditional populism A vrs traditional populism B to competition between traditional populism vrs non-traditional populism, which raises the question: From the democratic point of view, what is the difference between traditional populism and populism with a mask?
Any ideas? Feel free to share your own ideas.
Is the primary role of populism to course-correct dysfunctional democracies? On the whole, do the benefits of populism (i.e. increased civic engagement and representation) outweigh the cons (i.e. irrational, emotion-based decision making)?
Can you recommend me a comprehensive and recent paper about the ideological influences and sociology of actors of populism in Canada with a multi-level approach; i.e. the international, federal and provincial levels.
When I say authoritarianism, I am in fact referring to Adorno et al. (1950)'s concept of authoritarian personality. When I am referring to populism, I am acutally saying populist attitude, like we cand find it conceptualized in Hawkins, Ridding, and Mudde (2012).
An emerging discourse emphasising the cultural dimension of politics through the visualization of previously non-recognised identities and the emphasis of popular sectors in the centre of public policies has prompted some debate about whether political inclusion of ‘the people’ can change popular understandings of citizenship, what kind of citizenship could be the result, and what are the implications of consequent notions of citizenship for understanding processes of democratisation in Latin America, a region historically fraught with asymmetrical power relations.
The aim of my research will be to identify and examine the understanding of citizenship inside populist government in Latin America.
Hi dear colleagues,
As we know populism has become a pan-European political movement and many political parties have developed rapidly, yet i see most research concerning populism focus on 'populism'(its ideology, strategy, policies, political party, populist leader etc.) itself. How can i make connections/contrasts between populism and liberalism? Since liberalism is such a big topic, how to narrow down liberalism to liberal order if i try to testify populism undermines the ongoing mainstream liberal order dominated by Western liberals?
Thank you everyone in advance, im looking forward to your comments and feel free to discuss.
Ciao, sarebbe molto interessante dedicare una parte al lato oscuro dei "tempi duri", ossia al rapporto tra cosmopolitismo e populismo, non solo in termini di ricadute per la democrazia, ma per la "ri-articolazione" stessa di ipotesi di legami sociali in società globalizzate.
Donald Trump, Silvio Berlusconi, Marine Le Pen, Hugo Chávez—populists are on the rise across the globe we are told. But what exactly is populism? Should everyone who criticizes Wall Street or Washington be called a populist? What precisely is the difference between right-wing and left-wing populism? Does populism bring government closer to the people or is it a threat to democracy?