7 edition of Right-wing radicalism and political intolerance found in the catalog.
|Statement||Martin A. Trow.|
|Series||Dissertations on sociology|
|LC Classifications||HN90.P8 T76 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 333 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||333|
|LC Control Number||79009035|
Populism is considered one of the most contested concepts in the social sciences, notoriously difficult to define. The association of populism with the radical right has further muddied the waters. Particularly in the popular media, populism is conflated with demagoguery, political manipulation, the provision of simple solutions to complex problems, and the promotion of a black-and-white view The FN, it is argued, represents both the latest manifestation of a long tradition of right-wing radicalism and a complex new phenomenon within the changing social and political dynamics of France today. This is an essential book for all readers with an interest in French and European politics and modern ://
Request PDF | Integrating values and cognitive style in a model of right-wing radicalism | Research has shown that multi-factorial models of ideology not only account for political orientation but Far-right parties are part or form of political extremism which could be defined as the will to create a social movement to serve a political program that is different from the one adopted by the
Notably, a clear quadratic relationship was evident between political orientation and dogmatic intolerance (β = , p right of the political spectrum hold similarly intolerant and rigid beliefs, replicating previous findings .On the other hand, a linear relationship of authoritarianism with political orientation was found (β = 2 days ago The story of the rise of radicalism in the early nineteenth century has often been simplified into a fable about progressive social change. The diverse social movements of the era—religious, political, regional, national, antislavery, and protemperance—are presented as mere strands in a unified tapestry of labor and democratic mobilization. Taking aim at this flawed view of radicalism as
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Right-wing radicalism and political intolerance: a study of support for McCarthy in a New England town. [Martin A Trow] Right-wing radicalism and political intolerance: a study of support for McCarthy in a New England town 著作者等 Trow, Martin A シリーズ名 Dissertations on sociology 出版元 Arno Press 刊行年月 ページ数 xiii, p.
大きさ 24 cm ISBN Right-wing radicalism and political intolerance: a study of support for McCarthy in a New England town Martin A. Trow （Dissertations on sociology） Arno Press, \'Lessons\' from Old to New Democracies.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" \"Political Extremism in Democracies: Combating Intolerance is a theoretically inspired, empirically rich study of political parties that have been branded as untouchable pariahs.
Democracy\'s painful paradox seems to require tolerance of We support counter-radicalism programs in prisons, religious academies for imams, and community centers, and we raise awareness in Europe, through major conferences and public opinion surveys, of the threat Right-wing radicalism and political intolerance book democratic values posed by the rise of radical Islam and extremist right-wing political Indeed, the majority of studies indicating a right-wing shift under conditions of uncertainty were conducted in Western countries where the political currents that combine radicalism with nationalism happen to be right wing (e.g., the United States, several European Union, or EU, member states; Jost, ).
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible :// More importantly, we have drawn on political science work from the s to offer an account of exactly why political intolerance may be increasing on the left on college campuses in recent years: because more and more students are feeling psychologically insecure, losing faith in democratic institutions, and facing (or at least hearing about In his debut book, from invoking the specter of left-wing radicalism to rally support and justify extremism.
the s intensified trends that had existed on the political right since Intuitive observation of left-wing and right-wing regimes as well as radical political movements of the left and right reveals striking parallels in their styles of political engagement, their reliance upon force, their disdain for democratic ideals and practices and their violations of civil :// cal currents that combine radicalism with nationalism happen to be right wing (e.g., the United States, several European Union, or EU, member states; Jost, ).
Would distress exert similar effects in countries where the political currents that combine radicalism with nationalism are mostly located on Book Description. Based on research fieldwork conducted in France and Germany, this study seeks to explain how public actors have taken part in the regulation of the expression of right-wing radicalism.
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