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The Haider phenomenon in Austria

Author: Ruth Wodak; Anton Pelinka
Publisher: New Brunswick, N.J. : Transaction Publishers, ©2002.
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In 1999, the Austrian Freedom Party (FPOe) under Joerg Haider received 27 percent of the vote in national elections. This volume explores whether the rise of the FPOe is a uniquely Austrian  Read more...


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Named Person: Jörg Haider; Jörg Haider; Jörg Haider; Jörg Haider
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ruth Wodak; Anton Pelinka
ISBN: 0765801167 9780765801166 0765808838 9780765808837 0765801175 9780765801173
OCLC Number: 47013251
Description: xxvii, 264 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: FPÖ, ÖVP, and Austria's Nazi past / Walter Manoschek --
The FPÖ, foreigners, and racism in the Haider era / Reinhold Gärtner --
Discourse and politics : the rhetoric of exclusion / Ruth Wodak --
Who the hell is Jörg Haider? / John Bunzl --
A man for all seasons : an anthropological perspective on public representation and cultural politics of the Austrian Freedom party / Andre Gingrich --
Austrian exceptionalism : Haider, the European Union, the Austrian past and present / Andrei S. Markovits --
Haider--the new symbolic element of the ongoing discourse of the past / Michal Krzyzanowski --
Anti-foreigner campaigns in the Austrian freedom party and Italian Northern League : the discursive construction of identity / Jessika ter Wal --
Austria all black and blue : Jörg Haider, the European sanctions, and the political crisis in Austria / Richard Mitten --
The FPÖ in the European context / Anton Pelinka --
Constructing the boundaries of the Volk : nation-building and national populism in Austrian politics / Rainer Bauböck.
Responsibility: Ruth Wodak and Anton Pelinka, editors.


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