Wähler rechtspopulistischer, rechtsradikaler und rechtsextremer Parteien in Europa (Masterseminar Sommer 2019)

 

Ziele und Inhalte

  • Überblick über die wichtigsten Ansätze zur Erklärung “rechten” Wahlverhaltens
  • Übersicht über die Hauptergebnisse der Forschung
  • Auseinandersetzung mit aktueller und aktuellster Literatur

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Seminarplan

    • Den Seminarplan finden Sie hier
    • Folien zur ersten Stunde
    • Überblicksartikel:
      • Arzheimer, Kai. “Explaining Electoral Support for the Radical Right.” The Oxford Handbook of the Radical Right:. Ed. Rydgren, Jens. Oxford University Press, 2018. 143-165. doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190274559.013.8
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        The literature on the Radical Right’s electorate offers a plethora of potential explanations as to why people vote for the Radical Right. This chapter organises the presumptive causes of right-wing voting along the lines of the familiar Micro-Meso-Macro scheme, focusing on a number of landmark studies on the one hand and some of the latest research on the other. In doing so, it weighs the evidence in favour and against some prominent hypotheses about the conditions for Radical Right party success, including the pure-protest hypothesis, the charismatic-leader hypothesis, and the silent-counter-revolution hypothesis. It also discusses the existing knowledge on the effects of a host of meso- and macro-level factors, and points out some directions for further research. The chapter concludes that Radical Right mobilisation is now the rule rather than the exception, and that we should perhaps focus on understanding why they are not successful in some cases

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        year = {2018},
        pages = {143-165},
        doi = {10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190274559.013.8},
        abstract = {The literature on the Radical Right's electorate offers a plethora
        of potential explanations as to why people vote for the Radical
        Right. This chapter organises the presumptive causes of right-wing
        voting along the lines of the familiar Micro-Meso-Macro scheme,
        focusing on a number of landmark studies on the one hand and some
        of the latest research on the other. In doing so, it weighs the
        evidence in favour and against some prominent hypotheses about the
        conditions for Radical Right party success, including the
        pure-protest hypothesis, the charismatic-leader hypothesis, and the
        silent-counter-revolution hypothesis. It also discusses the
        existing knowledge on the effects of a host of meso- and
        macro-level factors, and points out some directions for further
        research. The chapter concludes that Radical Right mobilisation is
        now the rule rather than the exception, and that we should perhaps
        focus on understanding why they are not successful in some cases},
        html = {https://www.kai-arzheimer.com/explanations-radical-right-voting},
        url = {https://www.kai-arzheimer.com/explanations-radical-right-voting.pdf},
        editor = {Rydgren, Jens}
        }

Themen

Einführung/Überblick

(Mudde 2007 ch. 1)

Makro-Analyse: Unterstützung für die Extreme Rechte 1970-2000

(Golder 2003)

Ein frühes Mehr-Ebenen-Modell der Rechtswahl in Westeuropa

(Lubbers, Gijsberts, and Scheepers 2002)

Kritik an Kitschelt: Eine andere “‘winning formula’”

(Lange 2007)

Xenophobie (?) und Rechtswahl

(Rydgren 2008)

Euroskeptizismus und Rechtswahl

(Werts, Scheepers, and Lubbers 2013)

Psychologie: Wohlfahrtschauvnismus als Strategie

(Mols and Jetten 2016)

Gründe für Gender-Differenzen im Wahlverhalten

(Harteveld et al. 2015)

Rechtswahl und Religion

(Montgomery and Winter 2015)

Rechtswahl und ethnische Minderheitenparteien in CEE

(Bustikova 2014)

Nachbarschaftseffekte und Rechtswahl

(Wijk, Bolt, and Johnston 2018)

Literatur

Allgemeines

Mudde, Cas. 2007. Populist Radical Right Parties in Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Rydgren, Jens. 2018. “The Radical Right: An Introduction.” The Oxford Handbook of the Radical Right. Ed. Rydgren, Jens. Oxford University Press, 1–13.

Eine umfassende Bibliographie zum Thema finden Sie hier.

Basistexte

Bakker, Bert N., Matthijs Rooduijn, and Gijs Schumacher. 2015. “The Psychological Roots of Populist Voting: Evidence from the United States, the Netherlands and Germany.” European Journal of Political Research. doi:10.1111/1475-6765.12121.

Bustikova, Lenka. 2014. “Revenge of the Radical Right.” Comparative Political Studies 47 (12): 1738–65. doi:10.1177/0010414013516069.

Golder, Matt. 2003. “Explaining Variation in the Success of Extreme Right Parties in Western Europe.”

Harteveld, Eelco, Wouter Van Der Brug, Stefan Dahlberg, and Andrej Kokkonen. 2015. “The Gender Gap in Populist Radical-Right Voting: Examining the Demand Side in Western and Eastern Europe.” Patterns of Prejudice 49 (1-2): 103–34. doi:10.1080/0031322X.2015.1024399.

Lange, Sarah L. de. 2007. “A New Winning Formula?: The Programmatic Appeal of the Radical Right.” Party Politics 13 (4): 411–35. doi:10.1177/1354068807075943.

Lubbers, Marcel, Mérove Gijsberts, and Peer Scheepers. 2002. “Extreme Right-Wing Voting in Western Europe.” European Journal of Political Research 41: 345–78.

Mols, Frank, and Jolanda Jetten. 2016. “Explaining the Appeal of Populist Right-Wing Parties in Times of Economic Prosperity.” Political Psychology 37 (2): 275–92. doi:10.1111/pops.12258.

Montgomery, Kathleen A., and Ryan Winter. 2015. “Explaining the Religion Gap in Support for Radical Right Parties in Europe.” Politics and Religion 8 (2): 379–403. doi:10.1017/S1755048315000292.

Mudde, Cas. 2007. Populist Radical Right Parties in Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Rydgren, Jens. 2008. “Immigration Sceptics, Xenophobes or Racists? Radical Right-Wing Voting in Six West European Countries.” European Journal of Political Research 47 (6): 737–65. doi:10.1111/j.1475-6765.2008.00784.x.

Werts, Han, Peer Scheepers, and Marcel Lubbers. 2013. “Euro-Scepticism and Radical Right-Wing Voting in Europe, 2002-2008: Social Cleavages, Socio-Political Attitudes and Contextual Characteristics Determining Voting for the Radical Right.” European Union Politics 14 (2): 183–205. doi:10.1177/1465116512469287.

Wijk, Daniël van, Gideon Bolt, and Ron Johnston. 2018. “Contextual Effects on Populist Radical Right Support: Consensual Neighbourhood Effects and the Dutch PVV.” European Sociological Review. doi:10.1093/esr/jcy049

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