Nationalist responses to the crises in Europe : old and new hatreds / Catherine Thorleifsson
Auteur:Thorleifsson, Cathrine Editeur:
Abingdon : Routledge
Research in migration and ethnic relations series
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"The last few years have witnessed a remarkable resurgence of populist nationalism as indicated by Brexit, the Trump presidency and the rise of radical parties of the far right. Nationalist Responses to the Crises in Europe examines the drivers, methods and local appeal of populist nationalism. Based on multi-sited fieldwork in England, Hungary and Norway, Cathrine Thorleifsson explores the various material conditions, historical events and social contexts that shape distinct forms of xenophobia and intolerance toward migrants and minorities. Combining analysis of the discourses propagated by populist radical right parties like Ukip, Fidesz, Fidesz, Jobbik and the Norwegian Progress party with an analysis of the fears and concerns of supporters, Thorleifsson develops wider conclusions about the drivers and character of populist nationalism and the way in which these differ across national contexts. An empirically grounded study of how the demand and supply sides of populist nationalism are reconfigured in response to the globalized crises of economy, culture and displacement, this book will appeal to scholars of anthropology, sociology and politics with interests in nationalism, exclusion, racism and contemporary xenophobia"
Classification:neu-sfm Europe neu-sfm Nationalism neu-sfm Populism neu-sfm Political parties neu-sfm Hungary neu-sfm Sweden neu-sfm Attitude towards migrants neu-sfm Racism neu-sfm Xenophobia neu-sfm Right-wing radicalism neu-sfm Discourse Identifiant:
9781472466471 (ISBN) No RERO:
Gendering nationalism : intersections of nation, gender and sexuality / Jon Mulholland, Nicola Montagna, Erin Sanders-McDonagh eds.
Auteur:Mulholland, Jon Editeur:
Cham : Palgrave Macmillan
388 p. : ill.
This volume offers an empirically rich, theoretically informed study of the shifting intersections of nation/alism, gender and sexuality. Challenging a scholarly legacy that has overly focused on the masculinist character of nationalism, it pays particular attention to the people and issues less commonly considered in the context of nationalist projects, namely women and sexual minorities. Bringing together both established and emerging researchers from across the globe, this multidisciplinary and comparison-rich volume provides a multi-sited exploration of the shifting contours of belonging and Otherness generated by multifarious nationalisms. The diverse, and context specific positionings of men and women, masculinities and femininities, and hegemonic and non-normative sexualities, vis-à-vis nation/alism, are illuminated through a vibrant array of contemporary theoretical lenses. These include historical and feminist institutionalism, post-colonial theory, critical race approaches, transnational and migration theory and semiotics.
Classification:neu-sfm Nationalism neu-sfm Sexuality neu-sfm Gender neu-sfm Women neu-sfm Sexual minorities neu-sfm Right-wing radicalism neu-sfm Nation Identifiant:
3319766988 (ISBN); 9783319766980 (ISBN) No RERO:
Populism and the crisis of democracy / ed. by Gregor Fitzi, Juergen Mackert, Bryan S. Turner
Auteur:Fitzi, Gregor; Mackert, Jürgen; Turner, Bryan S Editeur:
Abingdon : Routledge
Routledge advances in sociology
Documents dans cette collection:Routledge advances in sociology Autre sujet:
Volume 1. Concepts and theory
Volume 2. Politics, social movements and extremism
Volume 3. Migration, gender and religion
"Today, Western democratic societies are facing a serious threat from both populist parties and social movements. Not only the debates in the course of the presidential elections in the US or UKs Brexit, but also the critical role the National Front will play in the upcoming presidential elections in France, and populist tendencies all over Europe as well as populist regimes in Hungary or Poland pose serious threats to the democratic culture of Western societies and its core institution citizenship. Against the background of these developments the volume attends to serious lacunae in the debate on populism in the social sciences, particularly in sociology. First, the chapters included contribute to clarifying conceptual uncertainties of what populism actually means; second, they analyse the ways populism develops and turns into a strong political force; third, they thoroughly discuss the most critical aspects of recent populist debates as security, social exclusion, migration, religion, gender, and law." Provided by publisher.
Classification:neu-sfm Populism neu-sfm Democracy neu-sfm Social movements neu-sfm Gender neu-sfm Political parties neu-sfm Right-wing radicalism neu-sfm Political system neu-sfm Anti-immigrant violence neu-sfm Attitude towards migrants neu-sfm Christians neu-sfm Nationalism neu-sfm Racism neu-sfm Xenophobia Identifiant:
9781138091351 (set) (ISBN); 9781138091368 (hbk. : v. 1) (ISBN); 9781138091375 (hbk. : v. 2) (ISBN); 9781138091382 (hbk. : v. 3) (ISBN) No RERO: