Technopopulism : the new logic of democratic politics (Book, 2021) [WorldCat.org]
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Technopopulism : the new logic of democratic politics

Author: Christopher Bickerton; CARLO ACCETTI
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2021
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Technocratic appeals to expertise and populist invocations of 'the people' have become the central building blocks of political competition in established democracies. This development is best understood as the emergence of technopopulism-a new political field that is pushing aside the traditional struggle between left and right. Political movements and actors-such as Italy's Five Star Movement and En Marche! in  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Bickerton; CARLO ACCETTI
ISBN: 9780198807766 0198807767
OCLC Number: 1240289872
Contents: Introduction1: The Concept of Technopopulism2: Varieties of Technopopulism3: The Origins of Technopopulism4: Consequences of Technopopulism5: Normative Reflections on TechnopopulismConclusion: Beyond Technopopulism?
Responsibility: Christopher Bickerton, Carlo Accetti.

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This is a book about a contemporary transformation in democratic politics: the rise of a new political field, techno-populism.  Read more...

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This is interpretive political science at its best: it combines conceptual innovation, a deep familiarity with historical cases and the details of contemporary politics, with a sense of normative Read more...

 
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