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Populismus epub

by Karin Priester


Populismus epub

ISBN: 359338342X

ISBN13: 978-3593383422

Author: Karin Priester

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Language: German

Publisher: Campus Verlag GmbH (2007)

ePUB book: 1700 kb

FB2 book: 1355 kb

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Wesensmerkmale des Populismus. Radical Grassroots Democracy in America. From Post-democracy to Neo-Democracy. This book of a renowned political scientist and specialist in political theory fundamentally challenges the new fashion of Post-democracy by offering an outlook on ‘Neo-democracy’. The political periods are similar to epochs in modern art, where ‘neo’ succeeded Post-impressionism and Post-expressionism

Populismus fungiert in den aktuellen Debatten als Schimpfwort, als Menetekel, als Sammelcontainer für die Gegenspieler etablierter Parteien, als Grenzmarkierer zum politischen Mainstream, als Synonym fü. .

Populismus fungiert in den aktuellen Debatten als Schimpfwort, als Menetekel, als Sammelcontainer für die Gegenspieler etablierter Parteien, als Grenzmarkierer zum politischen Mainstream, als Synonym fü.Authors and Affiliations.

supposed cases of populism will turn out not to be populist at all, if one follows my approach. On gender aspects, see Cas Mudde and Cristbal Rovira Kaltwasser, Populism, in: Michael Freeden (e., The Oxford Handbook of Political Ideologies (New York: Oxford UP, 2013), 493-512. One last point: it should have become clear that populists are necessarily against liberal checks and balances (which is not the same as parliamentarism), minority rights, et. because their view of politics has no need for them at best and, at worst, they obstruct the expression of the genuine popular will.

Karin Slaughter is an American crime writer. She is also the 2015 CWA Ian Fleming Steel Dagger winner for novel Cop Town

2 In Latin America, where populism is often perceived as a long-standing political tradition, leaders often described as populist have recently occupied center stage (and office) in a number of countries.

2 In Latin America, where populism is often perceived as a long-standing political tradition, leaders often described as populist have recently occupied center stage (and office) in a number of countries. No wonder, then, that the Bulgarian political scientist Ivan Krastev has declared our time an ‘Age of Populism’.