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Populism: the critical issues.

Sheldon Hackney

Populism: the critical issues.

by Sheldon Hackney

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Published by Little, Brown in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Populist Party (U.S.)

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCritical issues in American history series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJK2372 .H3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii, 168 p.
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5318501M
    LC Control Number72166967

    Laclau and Mouffe are absolutely the best critical theorists vis-a-vis populism imho. Someone mentioned On Populist Reason by Laclau which is great but you should also consider Hegemony and Socialist Strategy which was the book that made Laclau and Mouffe famous. It's an excellent book and lays out a lot the theory that underlies On Populist Reason. Climate change is so critical, they argue, they have to be part of a government to affect legislation, as they did in the red-green coalition. As junior partner, the Greens initiated the Energiewende, or renewable energy transition, which broke up Germany’s energy monopoly and .

    European Memory in Populism explores the links between memory and populism in contemporary Europe. Focusing on circulating ideas of memory, especially European memory, in contemporary populist discourses, the book also analyses populist ideas in sites and .   Book Review: The New Authoritarianism: Trump, Populism, and the Tyranny of Experts. Salvatore Babones makes the explosive argument that the most pressing threat of .

      In addition to immigration, issues related to race play a central role. Inglehart and Norris paraphrase “Strangers in Their Own Land,” the book by Arlie Russell Hochschild, a sociologist. For some scholars, populism is a scourge that needs to be defeated. For others, it is a wake-up call. Some think populism can be harnessed for good. Others are pessimistic about where it is taking us. Yet many economists agree that redistribution is critical to any response.


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Let’s look at some of these issues in the context of the populism books you’ve chosen. The first one on your list is a fairly short work of political philosophy by Margaret Canovan, The People ().She starts with the populus Romanus of Ancient Rome and takes it from me what you like about this book and why it’s important.

Populism: the critical issues. book the critical issues. --by Hackney, Sheldon. Publication date Topics Populist Party (U.S.) Publisher Boston: Little, Brown Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.

IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Pages: –Dr. Harriet F. Senie, author of Contemporary Populism: the critical issues. book Sculpture; The 'Tilted Arc' Controversy; and co-editor of Critical Issues in Public Art "In this remarkable book, Cher Knight has done a splendid job of synthesizing current thinking on public art rightly concluding that in the modern world it Cited by: In What is Populism?, Jan-Werner Müller provides a timely perspective on the pressing question of what populism is and how to respond to it.

Defining populism as anti-pluralist, elite-critical politics with a moral claim to representation, he cautions that populists are both willing and able to govern and may therefore deform democracy by turning states towards partisanship.

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We publish in the social sciences and humanities, science and technology Cited by: 2. The topic of populism in foreign policy is receiving growing attention in academic and public discourse as populist parties and movements proliferate around the world. Yet foreign policy analysis (FPA) scholars interested in the role of populism in foreign policy have to deal with a concept that is notoriously slippery and existing literature on populism and foreign policy has Cited by: 9.

Populism’s inherent ambiguity helps explain the often vague or catch-all use of the term in contemporary discussions, but more reflective accounts usually recognize that populism, while ideologically flexible, is not completely open. Populism is a discourse organized around a clear set of normative commitments.

Roger Kimball Vox Populi: The Perils and Promises of Populism, edited by Roger Kimball (Encounter, pp., $) A sk any political analyst what explains Donald Trump and Brexit and he will. Ten years earlier, Zizek’s own dialogue with the Argentinian political philosopher Ernesto Laclau (an abiding presence in Mouffe’s book) came to an abrupt end in the pages of the journal Critical Inquiry.

Revolving around issues of class, economics and democracy (the bread and butter of the global populism debate, so to speak), the. Minorities and Populism – Critical Perspectives from South Asia and Europe (1st ed. ) (Philosophy and Politics - Critical Explorations #10) Book Details Book Quality: Publisher Quality ISBN Related ISBNs: Publisher: Springer International Publishing See open book quality issues.

Nationalist populism poses direct attacks on social tolerance, human rights discourse, political debates, the survival of the welfare state and its universal services, impacting on the roles of social work. This book demonstrates how nationalist populism can and must be countered.

Using case studie. Book Description. 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.

He has also addressed issues related to populism in recent pieces in The Guardian, The Financial Times, the French weekly L'Express and the German weekly Der Spiegel.

Müller answered questions about populism, his book and its relevance to the presidential campaign. Müller starts by characterising populism as a specific form of identity politics that is critical of elites, anti-pluralist and has a moral claim of representation ().

The introduction and the first chapter (‘What Populists Say’) represent the scholarly ‘meat’ of the book and discuss competing definitions of populism. The book offers nothing really new if you religiously follow opinions, literature, or research articles about national populism especially after the rise of Marine LePen, Brexit, and Trump.

The writers presented readers with historical and socioeconomic backgrounds, showing that national-populism is not a new trend but it has been there for /5. The word populism is a vague and contested term that has been used in reference to a diverse variety of phenomena. The political scientist Will Brett characterised it as "a classic example of a stretched concept, pulled out of shape by overuse and misuse", while the political scientist Peter Taggart has said of populism that it is "one of the most widely used but poorly understood political.

Inhe published together with Seyla Benhabib a book entitled Toward New Democratic Imaginaries He is co-editing since a yearly special issue of the journal Philosophy & Social Criticism on issues related to culture, Minorities and Populism: Critical Perspectives from South Asia and Europe.

Pages 1. Populism raises awkward questions about modern forms of democracy. It often represents the ugly face of the people.

It is neither the highest form of democracy nor its enemy. It is, rather, a mirror in which democracy may contemplate itself, warts and all, in a discovery of itself and what it definitive collection, edited by one of the worlds pre-eminent authorities on populism.

The term populism can designate either democratic or authoritarian movements. Populism is typically critical of political representation and anything that mediates the relation between the people and their leader or government.

In its most democratic form, populism seeks to defend the interest and maximize the power of ordinary citizens, through reform rather than revolution. The magazine seems to have been increasingly friendly to Trump's constellation of issues and, notably, toward nationalism of some sort.

I was not pleased, and was increasingly leery. Now Reno has written a whole book along these lines, Return of the Strong Gods: Nationalism, Populism, and the Future of /5.What is Populism is a well-argued opinion that presents the theory of populism and its connection to pluralism.

The argument is supported through the use of world history, both past and recent, as well as the misconceptions held by society – specifically voters (aka “The People”). Jan-Werner Müller. Jan-Werner Müller is a professor of politics at Princeton University.

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