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Class Politics and the Radical Right 2013 book

Class Politics and the Radical Right

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Class Politics and the Radical Right

Category: Politics
serie: Routledge Studies in Extremism and Democracy 16 
ISBN : 0415690528, 9780415690522 
publisher: Routledge 
publish year: 2013 
pages: 309 
language: English 
ebook format : PDF (It will be converted to PDF, EPUB OR AZW3 if requested by the user) 
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Class Politics and the Radical Right
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About the authors
Introduction: Class politics and the radical right
1 The populist right, the working class, and the changing face of class politics
2 The class basis of the cleavage between the New Left and the radical right: An analysis for Austria, Denmark, Norway and Switzerland
3 Radical right parties: Their voters and their electoral competitors
4 Working-class parties 2.0?: Competition between centre-left and extreme right parties
5 In or out of proportion?: Labour and social democratic parties’ responses to the radical right
6 Right-wing populist parties and the working-class vote: What have you done for us lately?
7 Voting for the populist radical right in Western Europe: The role of education
8 Gender, class, and radical right voting
9 The class basis of extreme right voting in France: Generational replacement and the rise of new cultural issues (1984–2007)
10 Another kind of class voting: The working-class sympathy for Sweden Democrats
11 Mobilizing the workers?: Extreme right party support and campaign effects at the 2010 British general election
12 The radical right in Central and Eastern Europe: Class politics in classless societies?
13 Social class and the radical right: Conceptualizing political preference formation and partisan choice

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