A literary analysis of the extreme right and the development of its electorate

The Extreme Right in Western Europe. Indeed, beyond the double-digit results obtained in the last three European Parliament elections, UKIP has further proved its political credentials in a series of parliamentary by-elections between andand unprecedented results in the local elections.

Beyond the ego clashes inherent to party political life, the study convincingly demonstrates the existence of more profound internal tensions over two key issues of party strategy and ideological positioning.

No other party family has managed to make such important electoral inroads across so many countries in such a short period of time. The shortened URL for this post is: Revolt on the Right: Explaining support for the Radical Right in Britain.

The remaining chapters provide a more traditional analysis of the wider social and political trends within which the UKIP vote can be interpreted. The most comprehensive overview of the literature on populist radical-right parties in western and eastern Europe.

In chapter 4 and 5, the authors support this analysis by providing an overview of the sociological and attitudinal traits of UKIP supporters. An overview of the main theories, trends, and developments in right-wing extremism, combining theoretical overviews and cross-country and country-specific analyses.

Ford and Goodwin also offer insight on the divisions that have perpetually affected the organisation. In line with the results of a wealth of studies on the socio-demographic characteristics of far-right electorates in Europe, the study shows that UKIP voters are more working class than the average population, have less formal education, and are predominantly male.

Can be used for introductory undergraduate courses on European politics and political extremism. This has contradicted the ambitions of those, such as Nigel Farage, who advocate campaigning on a broader platform.

Voters and Parties in the Electoral Market. Since the s far-right parties have managed to consolidate a sizable presence in most western European and in some central and eastern European countries. The attitudinal traits of this group also closely resemble those of other far-right electorates in Europe.

In a colourful literary style, the authors paint precise pictures of the major events and personalities that have contributed to shaping the party.

The Radical Right: An Introduction

It has also sparked regular dissensions over whether UKIP should informally ally with Eurosceptic hardliners within the Conservative party. The Populist Radical Right in Europe. Revolt on the Right offers a thorough analysis of a movement that has until now received only limited scholarly attention.

The first concerns the way in which the organisation relates to the British National Party. They are also more likely to cast negative judgements on mainstream party performance. Cambridge University Press, The reader discovers, for instance, that over the years UKIP has won voters from both Labour and the Conservative Party, albeit more from the latter, and that dislike for the personality of David Cameron has played an important part in the recent surge for UKIP support.

This variation has encouraged the consideration of the domestic political and institutional contexts affecting the success and failure of far-right parties.

General Overviews Since the mids there have been hundreds of academic books, scholarly articles, and doctoral dissertations on the rise of the Far Right. The first concerns the way in which the organisation relates to the British National Party.

Because of its historical legacy, the electoral ascendance of the Far Right has raised scholarly eyebrows and generated a voluminous literature seeking to explain the phenomenon.The literature on the radical right’s electorate offers a plethora of potential explanations as to why people vote for the radical right.

and Vratislav Havlík. “Jobbik’s Successes: An Analysis of its Success in the Comparative Context of the V4 countries.” “The Extreme Right in Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia.

By Democratic Audit UK 29/06/ Read contradicting the wider European trend of a relatively young far right electorate. This is all the more regrettable that the very strong analysis and nuanced understanding of the development of UKIP’s strategy since its foundation in the first two chapters of the book offered this study a very.

Explaining Electoral Support for the Radical Right

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The current paper will record a literary analysis of 1 Samuel an unelected body concerning the electorate. Offers a concise overview of the concept, varying trajectories, policies, electorate, and impact of extreme-right parties. Can be used for introductory undergraduate courses on European politics and political extremism.

This is all the more regrettable that the very strong analysis and nuanced understanding of the development of UKIP’s strategy since its foundation in the first two chapters of the book offered this study a very strong potential for theory-building.

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