What Is Populism

Author: Jan-Werner Müller
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141987383
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Who are "the people" anyway and who can speak in their name? These questions have never been more pressing. In this provocative book, Jan-Werner Müller argues that at populism's core is a rejection of pluralism.

Populism

Author: Cas Mudde
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190234873
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This book offers a timely and wide-ranging guide to understanding populism both in theory and practice, highlighting its relevance for the contemporary political debate"--

From Fascism To Populism In History

Author: Federico Finchelstein
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520295196
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In this fascinating book, Federico Finchelstein shows with historical erudition and theoretical insight how populism’s long, globally connected history combines the national, transnational, and supranational, and how populism can (and ...

Populism

Author: Paul A. Taggart
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780335200450
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This book also seeks to provide a different definition of populism, a survey of other definitions and perspectives, and a guide to populist politics around the world.

Populism And Crisis Politics In Greece

Author: T. Pappas
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137410582
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So, what is populism?1 Under this innocuous formulation, breaking with the
current conceptual jumble, I herein understand and define populism simply as
democratic illiberalism (also see Pappas 2014: 2–5). This conceptualization has
important ontological and methodological advantages: it provides us with a truly
minimal definition for identifying our object;2 it clearly points to the exact opposite
of populism; and it proposes a hierarchical (per genus et differentiam) mode of
empirical ...

Populism In Western Europe

Author: Teun Pauwels
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317653912
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It is argued that some of them share a populist core as they all claim to defend the
'pure people' against the 'corrupt elite' while arguing that politics should be an
expression of the general will of the people (Mudde, 2004). In countries around
the globe ranging from Venezuela (Hugo Chávez) to Italy (Lega Nord) – populist
challengers have had a profound impact on the political system. Even in
countries with a reputation for tolerance like the Netherlands, Sweden and
Finland, populist ...

The Media And Neo Populism

Author: Bruce Horsfield
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275974923
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Despite the dual effort of some scholars to disentangle politics from economics in
populism and to remove populism from a certain historical period, conventional
wisdom still maintained an archetypal model in which populism comprised
certain politics and economics. This is why some authors find no contradiction in
populism and free market economics, arguing that populism has skillfully
adopted neoliberal policies. Only if populism is something more than socio-
economics is this ...

Populism And Euroscepticism In The Netherlands

Author: Katrin Schmidt
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3638067742
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From a democratic perspective, the term 'populism' itself is Janus faced and
ambivalent. The literal translation from its Latin roots 'populus' is 'the people',
which exhibits a clear link with the democratic idea. According to Taggart (2000,
p.3) populism is the “commitment to the people” (sometimes used as 'the ordinary
people' or 'all people'), who expect populists to be “one of them” and share their
way of life. Its suffix 'ism' usually represents an ideological potentiation like in
liberalism ...