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Det populistiska uppsvinget i postkommunistiska Europa - En komparativ analys av populismens form och karaktär i Ungern och Slovakien

Raguz, Janja LU (2009) STVK01 20091
Department of Political Science
Abstract
The populist pattern in the post-communist Europe has growed and today it has a wide foundation to lean on. Two countries that have experienced several successful populist parties since the collapse of the communist system in 1989, are Hungary and Slovakia. I will here ask what the reasons for this breeding ground are and how the effects of globalisation affect this specific context. In order to do that, I have examined the term populism and its many fields of use. To explain this phenomenon, I have used globalisation as a frame for the postcommunist populism in order to see an entire picture of explanations, connections and reasons behind this politic reality and between different sorts of populism. I have found cetrain characteristics in... (More)
The populist pattern in the post-communist Europe has growed and today it has a wide foundation to lean on. Two countries that have experienced several successful populist parties since the collapse of the communist system in 1989, are Hungary and Slovakia. I will here ask what the reasons for this breeding ground are and how the effects of globalisation affect this specific context. In order to do that, I have examined the term populism and its many fields of use. To explain this phenomenon, I have used globalisation as a frame for the postcommunist populism in order to see an entire picture of explanations, connections and reasons behind this politic reality and between different sorts of populism. I have found cetrain characteristics in what I here call the national-field and also in the globalization-field, concerning real or constructed problems that evokes a feeling of dissatisfaction, that in turn sets the ground for populistic movements. (Less)
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author
Raguz, Janja LU
supervisor
organization
course
STVK01 20091
year
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Smer, Fidesz, Slovakien, Ungern, Postkommunistiska Europa, ransition, Globalisering, Nationalism, Populism, Nation
language
Swedish
id
1405430
date added to LUP
2009-06-18 11:11:29
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2009-06-18 11:11:29
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  abstract     = {The populist pattern in the post-communist Europe has growed and today it has a wide foundation to lean on. Two countries that have experienced several successful populist parties since the collapse of the communist system in 1989, are Hungary and Slovakia. I will here ask what the reasons for this breeding ground are and how the effects of globalisation affect this specific context. In order to do that, I have examined the term populism and its many fields of use. To explain this phenomenon, I have used globalisation as a frame for the postcommunist populism in order to see an entire picture of explanations, connections and reasons behind this politic reality and between different sorts of populism. I have found cetrain characteristics in what I here call the national-field and also in the globalization-field, concerning real or constructed problems that evokes a feeling of dissatisfaction, that in turn sets the ground for populistic movements.},
  author       = {Raguz, Janja},
  keyword      = {Smer,Fidesz,Slovakien,Ungern,Postkommunistiska Europa,ransition,Globalisering,Nationalism,Populism,Nation},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Det populistiska uppsvinget i postkommunistiska Europa - En komparativ analys av populismens form och karaktär i Ungern och Slovakien},
  year         = {2009},
}