Routledge handbook of global populism / edited by Carlos de la Torre.
Contributor(s): Torre, Carlos de la (Carlos de la Torre Espinosa) [editor]Material type: TextLanguage: İngilizce Series: Routledge international handbooksPublisher: Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: xiv, 483 pages ; 26 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780415787024; 0415787025Subject(s): Populism -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Populism | Internationaler Vergleich | PopulismusGenre/Form: Handbooks and manuals.Additional physical formats: ebook version :: No titleLOC classification: JC423 | .R716 2019
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
"Global populism: histories, trajectories, problems and challenges" / Carlos de la Torre -- Laclau's theory of populism a critical review / Enrique Peruzzotti -- Populist political strategies / Robert Barr -- The ideational approach / Kirk A. Hawkins -- "Antiestablishment and the substitution of the whole with one of its parts" / Nadia Urbinati -- "Civil society, populism and religion" / Andrew Arato -- "Populist constitutionalism" / Paul Blokker -- "Twisting representation" / Paula Diehl -- Left, right, and the populist structuring of political competition / Kenneth Roberts -- Populism and ethnic inclusion in Latin America / Raúl Madrid -- Islamic populism and the politics of neoliberal inequalities / Vedi R. Hadiz -- Populism and race in the US / Joseph Lowndes -- Populism, migration, and xenophobia in Europe / Carlo Ruzza -- "Populism as media and communication phenomenon" / Silvio Waisbord -- Populism and media in Western Europe / Benjamin Moffitt -- "Donald Trump, American populism and affective media" / Olivier Jutel -- The influence of populist leaders on African democracy / Danielle Resnick -- Populism and democracy in Europe / Ángel Rivero -- Left-wing populism and democracy in Europe / Marco Damiani -- Populism and Trans-Atlantic fascism / Federico Finchelstein -- Populist authoritarianism / Kurt Weyland -- Populism and competitive authoritarianism / Steven Levistky -- Populism in Africa and the possibility of inclusive politics / Nic Cheeseman -- Populists in Asia: fighting social immobility or entrenching autocracy?" / Marcus Mietzner -- Populism in the Middle East / Dani Filc -- Populism in the US / Ritchie Savage -- From left to right and beyond: the defense of populism / José Pedro Zuquete -- Populism in Latin America / Felipe Burbano de Lara -- The missing piece in global populism: what role populism played in Central America? / Luis Roniger.
"This volume illustrates the diversity of populism globally. When seeking power, populists politicize issues, and point to problems that need to be addressed such as inequalities, the loss of national sovereignty to globalization, or the rule of unresponsive political elites. Yet their solutions tend to be problematic, simplistic, and in most instances, instead of leading to better forms of democracy their outcomes are authoritarianism. Populists use a playbook of concentrating power in the hands of the president, using the legal system instrumentally to punish critics, and attacking the media and civil society. Despite promising to empower the people, populists lead to processes of democratic erosion and even transform malfunctioning democracies into hybrid regimes. The Routledge Handbook of Global Populism provides instructors, students, and researchers with a thorough and systematic overview of the history and development of populism and analyses the main debates. It is divided into sections on the theories of populism, on political and social theory and populism, on how populists politicize inequalities and differences, on the media and populism, on its ambiguous relationships with democratization and authoritarianism, and on the distinct regional manifestations of populism. Leading international academics from history, political science, media studies, anthropology, and sociology map innovative ideas and areas of theoretical and empirical research to understand the phenomena of global populism"-- Provided by publisher.