2 edition of Extreme right electoral upsurges in Western Europe found in the catalog.
Extreme right electoral upsurges in Western Europe
by The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, The Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism in [Jerusalem]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 22-29).
|Statement||by Simon Epstein.|
|Series||ACTA,, no. 8, Analysis of current trends in antisemitism ;, no. 8.|
|LC Classifications||D1058 .E67 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||99168745|
Extreme Right Electoral Upsurges in Western Europe: The Wave as Compared with the Previous Ones. Analysis of Current Trends in Antisemitism, 8, . 12 Eatwell and Mudde, Western Democracies and the new extreme right challenge, 13 Mudde, “The Populist Radical Right”, 3. 14 Allen Wilcox, Leonard Weinberg and William Eubank, “Explaining National Variations in Support for Far Right Political Parties in Western Europe, ” in Peter H. Merkl and Leonard Weinberg (eds) Right-wingFile Size: KB.
The advance of Germany's hard-right AfD party in Sunday's election was welcomed by some European parties with similar anti-migration and nationalist agendas. Videographic about the extreme right. Europe’s extreme right is losing elections but still reshaping politics Experts say Geert Wilders’ ideas are now mainstream in the Netherlands. Justin Salhani . This study develops a model explaining support for contemporary extreme-right parties. The history and political setting of relevant countries are examined. The research explores necessary state-level conditions, which are postindustrialism, convergence to the center by major parties, and proportional representation. Individual support is probed using survey data with bivariate Author: Jody D. Fletcher.
In contrast, Radical Right-Wing Populism in Western Europe, by Hans-Georg Betz, and The Radical Right in Western Europe, by Herbert Kitschelt with Anthony J. McGann, offer general theories of the recent rise of far-right parties backed with evidence from a variety of country studies, although Kitschelt's book relies more. Elisabeth Carter is the author of The Extreme Right in Western Europe ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The extreme Right in Weste 3/5(2). 1. Stages in the Electoral History of Western EuropeRafael López Pintor .. 13 2. Voter Turnout in the European Union Member Countries Richard Rose .. 17 3. Compulsory Voting in Western Europe Maria Gratschew .. 25 4. Women and the Vote in Western Europe Nina Seppälä.
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He focuses not on "simple class conceptions and related occupational distinctions," but on "the process of political preference formation in advanced capitalism" and the "demand" for rightist parties.Extreme Right Parties in Western Europe avg rating — 4 ratings — published — 4 editions Want to Read saving /5.Book Description.
The Extreme Right in Western Europe is a concise introduction to ebook of ebook most persistent facets of late twentieth-century history, politics and society.
The legacy of the Nazi era and the increasingly unacceptable face of extremism all militated against the success of far right-wing parties after World War Two.