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The Ideational Approach to Populism

The Ideational Approach to Populism

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Wydawnictwo Routledge
Data wydania 01/10/2018
Wydanie Pierwsze
Liczba stron 442
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Poziom zaawansowania Dla szkół wyższych i kształcenia podyplomowego
Język angielski
ISBN 9781138716537
Kategorie Polityka i rząd, Nauka i teoria polityczna, Konserwatyzm i demokratyczne ideologie prawicowe, Faszyzm i nazizm, Procesy i struktury polityczne, Przywódcy polityczni i przywództwo, Struktura polityczna: demokracja, Partie polityczne, Kampanie polityczne i reklama, Demonstracje i ruchy protestacyjne
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Opis książki

Populism is on the rise in Europe and the Americas. Scholars increasingly understand populist forces in terms of their ideas or discourse, one that envisions a cosmic struggle between the will of the common people and a conspiring elite. In this volume, we advance populism scholarship by proposing a causal theory and methodological guidelines - a research program - based on this ideational approach. This program argues that populism exists as a set of widespread attitudes among ordinary citizens, and that these attitudes lie dormant until activated by weak democratic governance and policy failure. It offers methodological guidelines for scholars seeking to measure populist ideas and test their effects. And, to ground the program empirically, it tests this theory at multiple levels of analysis using original data on populist discourse across European and US party systems; case studies of populist forces in Europe, Latin America, and the US; survey data from Europe and Latin America; and experiments in Chile, the US, and the UK. The result is a truly systematic, comparative approach that helps answer questions about the causes and effects of populism. "This pioneering volume is the first collection of empirical, mostly comparative, studies of populism at the elite and mass level, which is truly grounded in the increasingly dominant ideational approach. It should be required reading for both the few old and the many new scholars of populism." Cas Mudde, Stanley Wade Shelton UGAF Professor, University of Georgia, USA "This volume is sure to be a landmark in the comparative study of populism. It brings together a team of scholars who share an ideational approach to the study of populism, and it demonstrates how this approach lends itself to a wide range of methodological tools - both quantitative and qualitative - to empirically analyze populist ideas in elite political discourse and mass beliefs. In so doing, it brings much-needed analytical coherence to a field of study where scholars too often disagree on fundamental concepts and speak past one another." Kenneth M. Roberts, Richard J. Schwartz Professor, Cornell University, USA "The Ideational Approach to Populism is a timely and compelling book that takes seriously the ideology and appeals of populist movements. Its rigorous and compelling analyses of populism range from Latin American party manifestoes, to episodes of historical populist mobilization in Europe, to experimental evidence regarding the role of corruption as a catalyst for populist support.

The Ideational Approach to Populism

Spis treści

Introduction: the ideational approach


Kirk A. Hawkins, Brigham Young University





Cristobal Rovira Kaltwasser, Diego Portales University





Part I - MEASURING POPULIST IDEAS


Chapter 1 - Textual analysis: big data approaches


Kirk A. Hawkins, Brigham Young University


Bruno Castanho Silva, University of Cologne





Chapter 2 - Textual analysis: the UK party system


Luke March, University of Edinburgh





Chapter 3 - Textual analysis: an inclusive approach in Croatia


Marijana Grbesa, University of Zagreb


Berto Salaj, University of Zagreb


Chapter 4 - Expert surveys


Nina Wiesehomeier, IE University





Chapter 5 - Elite surveys


Ioannis Andreadis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki


Saskia P. Ruth, German Institute of Global and Area Studies





Chapter 6 - Public opinion surveys: evaluating existing measures


Steven M. Van Hauwaert, University of Mainz


Christian H. Schimpf, University of Mannheim


Flavio Azevedo, Cologne University





Chapter 7 - Public opinion surveys: a new measure


Bruno Castanho Silva, University of Cologne


Ioannis Andreadis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki


Eva Anduiza, Autonomous University of Barcelona


Nebojsa Blanusa, University of Zagreb


Yazmin Morlet Corti, National Autonomous University of Mexico


Gisela Delfino, Argentine Catholic University and National Scientific and Technical Research Council, Argentina


Guillem Rico, Autonomous University of Barcelona


Saskia P. Ruth, University of Zurich, NCCR Democracy


Bram Spruyt, Free University of Brussels


Marco Steenbergen, University of Zurich





Levente Littvay, European Consortium for Political Research


Part II - TESTING THE IDEATIONAL THEORY





Chapter 8 - Populist mobilization across time and space


Hans-Georg Betz, University of Zurich





Chapter 9 - Populist success in Latin America and Western Europe: ideational and party-system-centered rxplanations


Simon Bornschier, University of Zurich





Chapter 10 - Populist voting in Chile, Greece, Spain, and Bolivia


Ioannis Andreadis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki


Kirk A. Hawkins, Brigham Young University


Ivan Llamazares, University of Salamanca


Matthew M. Singer, University of Connecticut





Chapter 11 - Populist success: a qualitative comparative analysis


Bruno Castanho Silva, University of Cologne





Chapter 12 - Populism in Spain: the role of ideational change in Podemos


Margarita Gomez-Reino, Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia


Ivan Llamazares Valduvieco, University of Salamanca


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