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    Titre: Book Review: Illiberal Politics in Neoliberal Times: Culture, Security and Populism in the New Europe Illiberal Politics in Neoliberal Times: Culture, Security and Populism in the New Europe. By Mabel Berezin . New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009. 324p. $107.00 cloth, $37.99 paper
    Auteur: Bornschier, Simon
    Publication en relation: Perspectives on Politics. - 2013/11/1/229-231
    Document hôte: Perspectives on Politics
    Identifiant: 10.1017/S1537592712002927 (DOI)

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    Titre: Why a right-wing populist party emerged in France but not in Germany: cleavages and actors in the formation of a new cultural divide
    Auteur: Bornschier, Simon
    Sujet: extreme right parties - cleavages - party system transformation - Western Europe - cultural conflicts
    Description: This article analyzes why, despite similar transformations in the dimensions structuring political space since the late 1980s, extreme right-wing populist parties have emerged in some West European countries, but not in others. Two factors may affect the fortunes of these parties. First, if electorates remain firmly entrenched in older cleavages, new parties will find it difficult to establish themselves. Second, the positions of the established actors with respect to the new cultural divide that the extreme populist right mobilizes may be crucial. This article systematizes the various explanations regarding the impact of mainstream party positions on the electoral fortunes of the extreme right, and develops two new hypotheses that differentiate between the conditions that favor the entry of the extreme right, and its subsequent success. The various hypotheses are then tested in an empirical analysis of election campaigns in France and Germany, combining data on party positions as reflected in the news media with mass-level surveys. The results show that the diverging behavior of the established parties, rather than the strength of the traditional state-market cleavage, explains the differences between these two countries. More specifically, the differing strategy of the mainstream left in the two contexts has allowed the Front National to anchor itself in the French party system, whereas similar parties have not achieved a breakthrough in Germany
    Publication en relation: European Political Science Review. - 2012/4/1/121-145
    Document hôte: European Political Science Review
    Identifiant: 10.1017/S1755773911000117 (DOI)

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    Cleavage politics and the populist right : the new cultural conflict in Western Europe

    Bornschier, Simon
    Philadelphia : Temple University Press
    2010
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    Titre: Cleavage politics and the populist right : the new cultural conflict in Western Europe / Simon Bornschier
    Auteur: Bornschier, Simon
    Editeur: Philadelphia : Temple University Press
    Date: 2010
    Collation: 245 p. : ill.
    Collection: The social logic of politics
    Documents dans cette collection: The social logic of politics
    Sujet RERO: Conflit culturel - Extrémisme (politique) - populisme (politique) - Sociologie politique - Europe occidentale
    Sujet LCSH: Culture conflict -- Europe, Western - Political parties -- Europe, Western - Populism -- Europe, Western - Right-wing extremists -- Europe, Western - Europe, Western -- Politics and government
    Contient: A dynamic perspective on cleavages and the populist right -- Putting right-wing populist parties in context -- The new cultural conflict and the populist right in Western Europe -- The extreme right-wing populist party family -- New political divides and historical cleavages -- From structure to culture and back : the perpetuation and transformation of historical cleavages -- Research design and methods -- The new cultural cleavage and the populist right in France, Switzerland, and Germany -- France : the reshaping of cultural conflicts and the rise of the Front National -- Switzerland : the transformation of the Swiss People's Party -- Germany : a constricted ideological space and the failure of the extreme right -- The redefinition of cultural conflicts and the transformation of Western European party systems
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Classification: neu-sfm Europe
    neu-sfm Political parties
    neu-sfm Populism
    neu-sfm Sociology
    neu-sfm Switzerland
    Identifiant: 9781439901922 (hardback : alk. paper) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R005531532
    Permalien:
    http://data.rero.ch/01-R005531532/html?view=NJ_V1

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    Why a right-wing populist party emerged in France but not in Germany: cleavages and actors in the formation of a new cultural divide

    Bornschier, Simon
    European Political Science Review, 2012, Vol.4(1), pp.121-145 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Cambridge University Press
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    Titre: Why a right-wing populist party emerged in France but not in Germany: cleavages and actors in the formation of a new cultural divide
    Auteur: Bornschier, Simon
    Echelle: 2012
    Collection: 20110614
    Sujet: Extreme Right Parties; Cleavages; Party System Transformation; Western Europe; Cultural Conflicts
    Description: This article analyzes why, despite similar transformations in the dimensions structuring political space since the late 1980s, extreme right-wing populist parties have emerged in some West European countries, but not in others. Two factors may affect the fortunes of these parties. First, if electorates remain firmly entrenched in older cleavages, new parties will find it difficult to establish themselves. Second, the positions of the established actors with respect to the new cultural divide that the extreme populist right mobilizes may be crucial. This article systematizes the various explanations regarding the impact of mainstream party positions on the electoral fortunes of the extreme right, and develops two new hypotheses that differentiate between the conditions that favor the entry of the extreme right, and its subsequent success. The various hypotheses are then tested in an empirical analysis of election campaigns in France and Germany, combining data on party positions as reflected in the news media with mass-level surveys. The results show that the diverging behavior of the established parties, rather than the strength of the traditional state-market cleavage, explains the differences between these two countries. More specifically, the differing strategy of the mainstream left in the two contexts has allowed the Front National to anchor itself in the French party system, whereas similar parties have not achieved a breakthrough in Germany.
    Précédemment: 20112012060314
    Fait partie de: European Political Science Review, 2012, Vol.4(1), pp.121-145
    Classement: 201203
    Identifiant: 1755-7739 (ISSN); 1755-7747 (E-ISSN); 10.1017/S1755773911000117 (DOI)

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    The New Cultural Conflict, Polarization, and Representation in the Swiss Party System, 1975–2011

    Bornschier, Simon
    Swiss Political Science Review, December 2015, Vol.21(4), pp.680-701 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Populist Mobilization Across Time and Space: An Introduction

    Bornschier, Simon
    Swiss Political Science Review, December 2017, Vol.23(4), pp.301-312 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Trayectorias históricas y «responsiveness» del sistema de partidos en siete países de América Latina

    Bornschier, Simon
    América latina hoy: Revista de ciencias sociales, 2013, pp.45-77 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Trayectorias históricas y «responsiveness» del sistema de partidos en siete países de América Latina
    Auteur: Bornschier, Simon
    Sujet: Congruencia ; Responsiveness ; Representación ; Sistema De Partidos ; América Latina ; Congruence ; Responsiveness ; Representation ; Party System ; Latin America
    Description: This paper focuses on the congruence of representation directly after the «third wave» of democratization in Latin America, and on its historical origins. It tests the argu- ment according to which party systems that experienced ideological polarization in the early 20th century were set on a programmatic track and today are likely to exhibit high levels of congruence in the representation of their voters� interests. In other contexts, where élites relied heavily on clien- telistic resources to de-mobilize the citizenry when the suffrage was expanded in the first half of the 20th century, programmatic representation is likely to remain weak until the 1990s. These hypo- theses are verified by combining the PELA-surveys of Latin American legislators with mass-level survey data. The results not only reveal important contrasts in the congruence of representation across the seven countries studied, but also that these differences can be explained rather well by historical patterns of party system formation.
    El presente artículo se ocupa de los orígenes y los niveles de congruencia en la representación luego de la tercera ola democratizadora en América Latina. Pone a prueba el argumento que sostiene que los sistemas de partidos que han experimentado polarización ideológica a principios del siglo XX y estaban ubicados en el camino programático hoy en día son proclives a exhibir altos niveles de congruencia en la representación de los intereses de los votantes. En otros contextos, donde las élites se apoyan sustancialmente en recursos clientelares para desmovilizar a la ciudadanía, allí donde el sufragio fue extendido en la primera mitad del siglo XX, es probable que la representación programática permanezca débil hasta la década de 1990. Las hipótesis se testean combinando las encuestas a legisladores de América Latina provistas por el Proyecto Élites Parlamentarias de América Latina (PELA) de la Universidad de Salamanca y de los datos provistos por el World Value Survey (WVS). Los resultados no solo revelan importantes contrastes en la congruencia de la representación entre los siete países estudiados, sino que las diferencias pueden ser explicadas por los patrones históricos de formación de los sistemas de partidos.
    Fait partie de: América latina hoy: Revista de ciencias sociales, 2013, pp.45-77
    Identifiant: 1130-2887 (ISSN)

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    The New Cultural Divide and the Two-Dimensional Political Space in Western Europe

    Bornschier, Simon
    West European Politics, 01 May 2010, Vol.33(3), pp.419-444 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Taylor & Francis (Taylor & Francis Group)
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    Titre: The New Cultural Divide and the Two-Dimensional Political Space in Western Europe
    Auteur: Bornschier, Simon
    Sujet: Government ; History & Archaeology ; International Relations
    Description: While the endorsement of universalistic values by the New Left led to a first transformation of political space in Western Europe, the counter-mobilisation of the extreme populist right resulted in a second transformation in the 1990s. This article focuses on the discursive innovations and...
    Fait partie de: West European Politics, 01 May 2010, Vol.33(3), pp.419-444
    Identifiant: 0140-2382 (ISSN); 1743-9655 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/01402381003654387 (DOI)

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    Trayectorias historicas y responsiveness del sistema de partidos en siete paises de America Latina

    Bornschier, Simon
    America Latina Hoy, Dec, 2013, Issue 65, p.45(33) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Cengage Learning, Inc.
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    Titre: Trayectorias historicas y responsiveness del sistema de partidos en siete paises de America Latina
    Auteur: Bornschier, Simon
    Description: El presente articulo se ocupa de los origenes y los niveles de congruencia en la representacion luego de la tercera ola democratizadora en America Latina. Pone a prueba el argumento que sostiene que los sistemas de partidos que han experimentado polarizacion ideologica a principios del siglo XX y estaban ubicados en el camino programatico hoy en dia son proclives a exhibir altos niveles de congruencia en la representacion de los intereses de los votantes. En otros contextos, donde las elites se apoyan sustancialmente en recursos clientelares para desmovilizar a la ciudadania, alli donde el sufragio fue extendido en la primera mitad del siglo XX, es probable que la representacion programatica permanezca debil hasta la decada de 1990. Las hipotesis se testean combinando las encuestas a legisladores de America Latina provistas por el Proyecto Elites Parlamentarias de America Latina (PELA) de la Universidad de Salamanca y de los datos provistos por el World Value Survey (wvs). Los resultados no solo revelan importantes contrastes en la congruencia de la representacion entre los siete paises estudiados, sino que las diferencias pueden ser explicadas por los patrones historicos de formacion de los sistemas de partidos. Palabras clave: congruencia, responsiveness, representacion, sistema de partidos, America Latina. This paper focuses on the congruence of representation directly after the of democratization in Latin America, and on its historical origins. It tests the argument according to which party systems that experienced ideological polarization in the early 20th century were set on a programmatic track and today are likely to exhibit high levels of congruence in the representation of their voters' interests. In other contexts, where elites relied heavily on clientelistic resources to de-mobilize the citizenry when the suffrage was expanded in the first half of the 20th century, programmatic representation is likely to remain weak until the 1990s. These hypotheses are verified by combining the PELA-surveys of Latin American legislators with mass-level survey data. The results not only reveal important contrasts in the congruence of representation across the seven countries studied, but also that these differences can be explained rather well by historical patterns of party system formation. Key words: congruence, responsiveness, representation, party system, Latin America.
    Fait partie de: America Latina Hoy, Dec, 2013, Issue 65, p.45(33)
    Identifiant: 1130-2887 (ISSN)

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    Three Faces of Populism in Current Switzerland: Comparing the Populist Communication of the Swiss People's Party, the Ticino League, and the Geneva Citizens' Movement.(Report)

    Bornschier, Simon, Bernhard, Laurent
    Swiss Political Science Review, 2017, Vol.23(4), p.509(17) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]