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Populism and liberal democracy : a comparative and theoretical analysis

Author: Takis Spyros Pappas
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford Universtiy Press, 2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"Populism and Liberal Democracy is the first book to offer a comprehensive theory about populism during both its emergence and consolidation phases in three geographical regions: Europe, Latin America and the United States. Based on the detailed comparison of all significant cases of populist governments (including Argentina, Greece, Peru, Italy, Venezuela, Ecuador, Hungary, and the U.S.) and two cases of populist  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Takis Spyros Pappas
ISBN: 9780198837886 0198837887
OCLC Number: 1139502521
Description: xix, 308 pàgines ; 24 cm
Contents: List of FiguresList of TablesList of Political PartiesIntroductionPart I: Populism In Theory1: What is Populism?1.1: The Epistemology of Populism1.2: Dealing with Deficient Premises1.3: The Minimal Definition1.4: The Overall Framework of Analysis2: How to Distinguish Populists from Non-Populists?2.1: Understanding Liberalism2.2: Why Populism Matters2.3: Spotting the Populists2.4: Telling Non-Populists Apart3: What Causes Populism?3.1: The "Ordinary" People3.2: Extraordinary Leadership3.3: Symbolic Politics3.4: The Causal ModelPart II: Populism In Action4: How and Where does Populism Thrive?4.1: Populism Ascendant: Seven Positive Cases4.2: Populism Evaded: Two Negative Cases4.3: New Kid in Town: United States 20165: How do Populists Govern?5.1: Power Seizure5.2: The Illiberal Project: A Rationalization6: Who is the Populist Voter?6.1: Inside the Populist Mind6.2: An Empirical Illustration: Greece 20157: How Does Populism Endanger Democracy?7.1: Populist Pathways7.2: Populism ResistedGlossary of Key TermsBibliographyIndex
Responsibility: Takis S. Pappas.

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