Populism, Populists, and the Crisis of Political Parties

A Comparison of Italy, Austria, and Germany 1990-2015

Günther Pallaver, Michael Gehler, Maurizio Cau (edd)


Collana: Contributi/Beiträge
Numero: 34
Editore: il Mulino - Duncker&Humblot
Città: Bologna - Berlin
Anno: 2018
Pagine: 338

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Prezzo: € 30,00
ISBN:978-88-15-27571-4
978-3-428-15418-0

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Libro

Attraverso il contributo di numerosi esperti di storia e scienza politica, il volume propone una riflessione sul ruolo dei populismi nel contesto storico-politico dell’Europa degli ultimi venticinque anni e sulla risposta delle forze politiche contemporanee alla sfida populista. Accanto a contributi di taglio teorico dedicati agli aspetti definitori e teorici del fenomeno, sono analizzate le principali esperienze politiche di stampo populista che negli ultimi decenni hanno segnato la politica italiana, austriaca e tedesca, nonché le reazioni che i partiti politici europei di ispirazione democratico-cristiana, socialdemocratica, verde e liberale hanno ​riservato alla proposta populista.  

Indice

Günther Pallaver, Michael Gehler, and Maurizio Cau - Introduction

I. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES AND TRANSFORMATION PROCESS
Michael Gehler - Different Paths toward Europe? Germany, Italy, and Austria 1945-2009
Karin Priester - Right-wing Populism in Europe
Koen Abts and Rudi Laermans - Populism: Definitions, Questions, Problems, and Theories,
Maurizio Cau - Populism vs Constitutionalism. The Theoretical Core of Populist Ideology and the Foundations of the Democratic System
Günther Pallaver - Populism in the Mainstream Media. Germany, Austria, and Italy in Comparison

II. POLITICAL ACTORS SHAPING THE POPULIST CHALLENGE
Reinhold Gärtner - Jörg Haider and His Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs
Marco Brunazzo - The Northern League: Bossi, Salvini, and the Many Faces of Populism
Giovanni Orsina - Berlusconi as a Circumstantial Populist
Lutz Klinkhammer - Gianfranco Fini. From Neofascist “Dauphin” to anti-Fascist “Traitor”
Frank Decker - “Alternative für Deutschland”. The Belated Arrival of Rightwing Populism in the Federal Republic
Manfred Görtemaker - Angela Merkel and Romano Prodi: Antithesis of Populism?

III. EUROPEAN POLITICAL PARTIES, THEIR RESPONSE TO THE POPULIST CHALLENGE, AND THEIR TREATMENT OF POPULISM
Steven van Hecke and Alex Andrione-Moylan - Between Collaboration and Demarcation. The European People’s Party and the Populist Wave
Giovanni Bernardini, Social Democracy and the Challenge of Populism
Hans Heiss - The Greens and Populism: A Contradiction in Terms?
Guido Thiemeyer - European Liberal Parties and the Challenge of Populism
Anton Pelinka - Populism. A Short Conclusion to the Volume

Autori

Koen Abts, Researcher, Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Tilburg University (Netherlands)
Alex Andrione-Moylan, Junior Research Associate, Public Governance Institute, Catholic University KU Leuven (Belgium)
Giovanni Bernardini, Researcher, Department of Asian and North African Studies, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (Italy)
Marco Brunazzo, Professor, Department of Sociology and Social Research, University of Trento (Italy)
Maurizio Cau, Researcher, Istituto Storico Italo-Germanico in Trento of the Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento (Italy)
Frank Decker, Professor, Institute of Political Science and Sociology, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-University Bonn (Germany)
Reinhold Gärtner, Professor, Institute of Political Science, University of Innsbruck (Austria)
Michael Gehler, Professor, Jean Monnet-Chair ad personam, Institute of History, University of Hildesheim (Germany)
Manfred Görtemaker, Professor emeritus, Historical Institute, University of Potsdam (Germany)
Hans Heiss, Provincial Counsellor of the Green Party at the Provincial Parliament of the Provincia Autonoma di Bolzano-Alto Adige / Autonome Provinz Bozen-Südtirol (Italy); Lecturer, University of Innsbruck (Austria)
Steven van Hecke, Professor, Public Governance Institute, Catholic University KU Leuven (Belgium)
Rudi Laermans, Professor, Centre for Sociological Research, Catholic University KU Leuven (Belgium)
Lutz Klinkhammer, Deputy Director, Deutsches Historisches Institut in Rom (Italy)
Giovanni Orsina, Professor, Department of Political Science, LUISS Guido Carli University (Italy)
Günther Pallaver, Professor, Institute of Political Science, University of Innsbruck (Austria)
Anton Pelinka, Professor, Department of Political Science, Central European University (Hungary)
Karin Priester, Professor emerita, Institute of Sociology, University of Münster (Germany)
Guido Thiemeyer, Professor Institute of Historical Science, Heinrich Heine University of Düsseldorf (Germany)

Parole chiave

  • Germania
  • Italia
  • Austria
  • Populismo

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