Tag Archives: Populism

On SAGE Insight: Is Donald Trump a ‘superstar celebrity politician’?

Article title: What is Donald Trump? Forms of ‘Celebrity’ in Celebrity Politics From Political Studies Review Media reporting of elections and of political leaders draws parallels with the world of entertainment. Journalistic metaphors and analogies are designed to capture the … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: What’s hate got to do with it? Right-wing movements and the hate stereotype

From Current Sociology Hate is a contentious concept. Compared to other emotions, people are less willing to admit that they hate someone and denouncing a person as ‘hateful’ is a serious accusation. While hate is traditionally defined as an emotional … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Why Did a Majority of White Women Vote for Trump?

From New Labor Forum This paper examines the recent American election where Trump beat Clinton to become the President of the USA, and discusses the role of the female vote in his win. No single fact about the highly improbable … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Special Issue: Populism in world politics

Guest Editors: Vedi R Hadiz and Angelos Chryssogelos From International Political Science Review The rise of populism has been witnessed in multiple world regions over the last three decades. Consequently, academic research on populism has expanded significantly. This research, however, … Continue reading

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