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Voting Radical Right in Western Europe

by Terri E. Givens

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • POLITICS & GOVERNMENT,
  • Political parties,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Political Ideologies - Conservatism & Liberalism,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Europe,
  • Political Process - Elections,
  • Political Science / General,
  • General,
  • Elections,
  • European Union countries,
  • Right-wing extremists,
  • Voting

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages188
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7766677M
    ISBN 100521851343
    ISBN 109780521851343

    Voting Radical Right in Western Europe “Rules of the Game” Octo Janu My study of the radical right in my book Voting Radical Right in Western Europe focused on the institutions that determine the “rules of the game” – in particular, electoral systems and the difference between proportional representation and. The extreme right has consolidated its presence across Western Europe. This book presents a compilation of studies on the ideological meanings and political/partisan expressions of the extreme right, their post-war evolution, and the reasons behind the success and failure of various parties. It highlights the rise of a new type of parties that are anti-system rather than neo-fascist.

    1. Introduction. Previous scholarship on radical right-wing parties (RRPs) in Western Europe finds that changes in socioeconomic conditions significantly influence voter support for these parties. 1 The modernization loser thesis argues that RRPs gain votes from people who are marginalized because of changes in socioeconomic circumstances such as globalization and deindustrialization ().Cited by:   In my book, Voting Radical Right in Western Europe, I used the term “xenophobic” in my definition of the radical right, rather than racist. Part of the rationale behind my decision to use xenophobia rather than racism, was the fact that the radical right tended to focus on immigrants rather than phenotype and showed some acceptance of Author: Terri Givens.

      The research in my book, Voting Radical Right in Western Europe showed that radical right voters tended to be blue-collar males who were concerned about unemployment and the disappearance of. VOTING RADICAL RIGHT IN EUROPE: A COMPREHENSIVE EXPLANATION FOR VOTE CHOICE by Michael A. Hansen The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Under the Supervision of Professor David A. Armstrong II Although the radical right in liberal democracies have Author: Michael Allan Hansen.


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Voting Radical Right in Western Europe by Terri E. Givens Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book examines radical right parties in Europe and how electoral systems impact their success. Its main purpose is to examine how institutions such as party systems and electoral systems influence the vote for the radical right.

It is important in that it shows how these factors do play an important role in the success of these by: Cambridge Core - European Government, Politics and Policy - Voting Radical Right in Western Europe - by Terri E.

Givens Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our by:   Voting Radical Right in Western Europe “Rules of the Game” Octo Janu My study of the radical right in my book Voting Radical Right in Western Europe focused on the institutions that determine the “rules of the game” – in particular, electoral systems and the difference between proportional representation and first-past-the-post systems.

Download Citation | On Voting Radical Right in Western Europe book 1,Vicki L. Birchfield and others published Book Review: Voting Radical Right in Western Europe | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

In fact, given that my name is gender neutral and non‐ethnic sounding, many who meet me are surprised that I am the Terri Givens who wrote the classic book, Voting Radical Right in Western : Terri Givens.

Voting for the populist radical right in Western Europe: The role of education Elisabeth Ivarsflaten and Rune Stubager 8. Gender, class and radical right voting Hilde Coffé 9.

The Class Basis of Extreme-Right Voting in France: Generational Replacement and the Rise of New Cultural Issues () Florent Gougou and Nonna Mayer In this chapter we do two things.

We first establish that the major populist radical right (PRR) parties in Western Europe mobilize voters who on average have lower education than the voters of other political parties. This first step is necessary because there is considerable disagreement in the.

Right-wing populist parties are thriving throughout Europe. With few exceptions, political systems have seen such parties make significant electoral gains and shape the national political discourse across the continent.

In recent years, many populist parties have undergone leadership changes. This book examines radical right parties in Europe and how electoral systems impact their success. Its main purpose is to examine how institutions such as party systems and electoral systems influence the vote for the radical right.

It differs from the competition in that it is directly comparative (rather than country chapters).5/5(1). 'In this book, David Art takes on the challenge of explaining the development of radical right parties in eleven countries in Western Europe this is a well-written book that goes far in examining an important aspect of political party development through a set of parties that once were thought to be only a 'flash in the pan' but have persisted in a way that has often defied the expectations of political analysts across Cited by: The radical right --Who votes for the radical right.

--Immigration, unemployment, and the vote for the radical right --Coalitions and strategic voting: a model --Coalitions and strategic voting: analysis --Extending the model: Denmark.

Responsibility: Terri E. Givens. More information: Table of contents; Contributor biographical information. - Voting Radical Right in Western Europe - by Terri E. Givens Frontmatter/Prelims Voting Radical Right in Western Europe. The economic and political conditions that have led to the rise of radical right parties exist in similar form and intensity all over Europe.

Yet, radical right parties have only been successful in a few countries. Extreme right-wing voting in Western Europe MARCEL LUBBERS, MÉROVE GIJSBERTS & PEER SCHEEPERS University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands Abstract. In this study we explain extreme right-wing voting behaviour in the countries of the European Union and Norway from a micro and macro perspective.

Using a multidisci-File Size: KB. Populist radical right parties in the two-dimensional political space In his book on social democracy in Western Europe, Kitschelt introduced an influential two-dimensional map of European political by: 1.

Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe: Into the Mainstream is a fascinating and comprehensive study of the way in which such political parties have moved from the margins to the mainstream, with a particular emphasis on their actions over the past two decades.

The book, edited by Dutch political scientists Tjitske Akkerman, Sarah Leah de Lange, and Matthijs /5. The focus of this book is on hypothesis-testing, and not a summary of Radical Right parties or their history. Givens does provide some capsule histories, each one based mostly on an interview with a single leader from each party.

For fuller accounts of these parties, see /5. In fact, given that my name is gender neutral and non‐ethnic sounding, many who meet me are surprised that I am the Terri Givens who wrote the classic book, Voting Radical Right in Western Europe.

However, I believe that it is important for a diversity of voices to reflect on and conduct research into these : Terri E. Givens. The Extreme Right in Western Europe: Success or Failure. Elisabeth Carter. Manchester University Press. The British-Swiss political scientist Elisabeth Carter wrote one of the most important books on radical right parties in Western Europe of the early s, which unfortunately has received too little attention.

One of the first to empirically study the supply-side of radical right. (). The gender gap in populist radical-right voting: examining the demand side in Western and Eastern Europe. Patterns of Prejudice: Vol. 49, Gender and Populist Radical Right Politics, pp.

Cited by: The French National Front (Front National, FN) is commonly considered a model for the West European radical right (Kitschelt 19; Mudde 41). The party was formed in as an attempt to bring together various extreme right groups, which originated Cited by: 3.

The Austrian, German and Italian legislative elections in particular demonstrate the ‘political earthquake’ that Radical Right parties have created in a number of European countries. The electoral success of the Radical Right should not be downplayed.The Extreme Right Vote in Western Europe Individual and Contextual Factors Kai Arzheimer Corpus ID: Voting Radical Right in Europe: a Comprehensive Explanation for Vote Choice @inproceedings{HansenVotingRR, title={Voting Radical Right in Europe: a Comprehensive Explanation for Vote Choice}, author={Michael A.

Hansen}, year={} }.