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Extreme Right Parties, 2021/22, Semester 1
Dr Mette Wiggen
M.Wiggen@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

PIED3302 Module Reading List 2021-2022

Extreme Right Parties in Contemporary Europe, 2021/22, Semester 1 Dr Mette Wiggen M.Wiggen@leeds.ac.uk Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

 

Topic 1 - Extreme right wing parties; what are they? Why do they matter?

Akkerman, T; Lange, S; Rooduijn, M. (2016a). ‘Inclusion and Mainstreaming? Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in the New Millenium’. In Akkerman, T; Lange S; Rooduijn, M. Ed. Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe: Into the Mainstream? Pages 1-29. Abingdon: Rouledge.

Art, D. (2011) Inside the Radical Right : The Development of Anti-Immigrant Parties in Western Europe Cambridge CUP

Balibar, E (1991) ‘Es gibt keinen Staat in Europa- Racisim and Politics in Europe Today’ New left review.. 1(186)

Eatwell, Roger (2000) 'The Rebirth of the Extreme Right in Western Europe', Parliamentary Affairs, vol. 53, no.3: 407-25.  

Eatwell, R. (1995) Fascism : a history (NY, Vintage)

Engel, Valery ed. (2018) ‘CONTEMPORARY FAR-RIGHTS

Hainsworth, Paul (2008) chapter 1 ´extreme rightism´ in The Extreme Right in Western Europe. Abingdon, Routledge.  

Right radicalism in Europe:

ideology, social basis, prospects’

https://www.radicalrightanalysis.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Right-Radicalism-in-Europe-REPORT-.pdf

Fekete, Liz (2014) ‘Anti fascism or anti extremism?’ Race and class. Vol 55 (4): 29-39, London Sage

Fekete, Liz (2015) ‘Neoliberalism and Popular Racism: the shifting Shape of the European Right’ in The politics of the Right Panitch, Leo and Albo, Greg eds. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

 

Godin, E and Hanley, D (2013) ‘No Enemies on the Right? Competition and Collusion between Conservatives,Moderates and Extreme Right Parties in Europe’ Journal of contemporary European studies. vol 21 No 1,2-4

Gonzalez-Vicente, Ruben &  Carroll, Toby (2017) ‘Politics after National Development: Explaining the Populist Rise under Late Capitalism’ Globalizations, vol. 14, No 6:991-1013

Hainsworth, P. (2008) The extreme right in Western Europe , Routledge, London and New York. Introduction and chapter 1 and chapter 4.

Howard, M.M (2010) ‘The Impact of the Far Right on Citizenship Policy in Europe: Explaining Continuity and Change’ Journal of ethnic and migration studies. V ol. 36, No. 5, pp. 735751

Ivarsflaten, J. (2008) ‘What Unites Right-Wing Populists in Western Europe? ’ Comparative politics Vol. 41 (1) pp. 3-23. 

Ivarsflaten, E. 2005. ‘Threatened by diversity: Why Restrictive Asylum and Immigration Policies appeal to Western Europeans’, Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties., 15(1):21-45.

- ‘Reputational Shields: Why Most Anti- Immigrant Parties failed in Western Europe' available online

Ignazi, P. (2003) Extreme Right Parties in Western Europe (Oxford University Press)

Jefferson, S. (2014) ‘Ethnic Cleansing and the European Union: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Security, Memory and Ethnography’ Journal of contemporary European studies. 22:1, 93-95,

Lange, Sarah (2017) ‘A new winning formula? The programmatic appeal of the Radical Right’ p83-102  in Cas Mudde The Populist Radical Right

 

 Mewes, J. (2013) ‘Globalization, socio-economic status and welfare chauvinism: European perspectives on attitudes toward the exclusion of immigrants’ International Journal of Comparative Sociology. 54: 228-245, London,Sage

Mudde, Cas (2019) chapter 1 ´History´ in The Far Right Today. Cambridge Polity Press

 

Mudde, Cas and Rovira Kaltwasser, Cristóbal (2017) Populism : a very short introduction . Oxford , OUP

Mudde, Cas (2017) The ideology of the extreme right, Manchester: Manchester University Press

Mouffe, Chantal (2005) The ‘End of Politics’ and the Challenge of Right-wing Populism in Panizza, Francisco: Populism and the mirror of democracy London, Verso Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva .

  Swank,D. Betz, H.G. (2016) ‘Globalization, the welfare state and right wing Populism in Western Europe’ . Socio-economic review 14 (2) Oxford, Oxford University Press

Swank,D. Betz, H.G. (2003) Globalization, the welfare state and right wing Populism in Western Europe. Oxford, Oxford University Press - Available online: http://ser.oxfordjournals.org/content/1/2/215.abstract

TVan Dalen, A. & Van Aelst, P. (2013) The Media as Political Agenda- Setters: Journalists’ Perceptions of Media Power in Eight West European Countries’ West European politics. Vol. 37, No. 1, 42–64

Vos, L. ‘Shifting Nationalism’ in R. Porter and M. Teich (eds) (1994) The national question in Europe in historical context (Cambridge University Press)

Wodak, Ruth (2015) especially chapter 1 and 2 and 3 in The Politics of Fear London: Sage, M. (2009) Rethinking asylum : history, purpose, and limits. Cambridge, CUP

 

Zaslove, A.(2004) ‘The Dark Side of European Integration’ Journal of European Integration (1) pp. 61-81.

Zaslove, A. (2008) ‘Exclusion, Community, and a Populist Political Economy: The Radical Right as an Anti-Globalization Movement’ Comparative European politics Vol. 6 (2), July, pp. 169–189

 

2- Ideology and explanations of success

Brown, Katy & Mondon, Aurelien (2020) ´Populism, the media, and the mainstreaming of the far right: The Guardian´s coverage of populism as a case study´ . Politics -SAGE Journals  

Carter, Elizabeth (2017) Part 1 Chapter 2 ‘Ideology’ in Mudde, Cas ed. (2017) The populist radical right : a reader. London: Routledge
 
 

Bale, T. et alia (2010) ‘If You Can’t Beat Them, Join Them’ in Political studies Vol. 59 (4) pp. 410-26.

Balibar, E. (2004) We, the people of Europe? : reflections on transnational citizenship, Princeton University Press, Princeton and Oxford. Chapter 5

Balibar, E (1991) ‘Es gibt keinen Staat in Europa- Racism and Politics in Europe Today’ New left review.

Bauman, Z (2016) Strangers at our Door (2016) Cambridge Polity Press.

Bauman, Z (2004) ‘To each waste its dumping site, or the waste of globalisation’ in Wasted lives : modernity and its outcasts. Cambridge, Polity Press

Betz, H-G. Chapter 11 in Y. Mény and Y. Surel (eds) (2002) Democracies and the populist challenge (Palgrave, Basingstoke)

Carter, E. (2005) The extreme right in Western Europe : success or failure? (MUP).

De Lange, S.L. (2007) ‘A New Winning Formula? ’ in Party politics Vol. 13 (4) p. 411-35.

Eatwell, R. (2003) Fascism : a history. London, Pimlico

Eatwell, R. (1993) Contemporary Political Ideologies (Pinter).

Eatwell, R. (2000) 'The Rebirth of the extreme right in Western Europe? ' in Parliamentary affairs Vol. 53 (3) pp. 407-25.

Eatwell, R. and C. Mudde (eds) (2004) Western democracies and the new extreme right challenge (Routledge)

Fekete, Liz (2015) ‘Neoliberalism and Popular Racism: the shifting Shape of the European Right’ in The Politics of the Right Panitch, Leo and Albo, Greg eds.  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (fad 30/09/2021)  

 

 

Mouffe, Chantal (2005) The ‘End of Politics’ and the Challenge of Right-wing Populism in  Panizza, Francisco: Populism and the Mirror of Democacy London, Verso.  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (fad 30/09/2021)  

 

Mudde, C. (2000) The ideology of the extreme right chs1 and 7. 

 

Mudde, C. ( 2007) ‘Europe for Europeans’ ch 7 in Populist radical right parties in Europe. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press

Mudde, C. (2007) Populist radical right parties in Europe. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. Part 1; chapter 1 and 2 and Part 2, chapter 7

Eatwell, Roger (1995) ch 1 and 2 in Fascism : a history. Chatto & Windus , London OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (fad 30/09/2021) .

Kitschelt, H. (1997) The radical right in Western Europe : a comparative analysis Ch 7. (Michigan, University of Michigan)

Lange, Sarah (2017) ‘A new winning formula? The programmatic appeal of the Radical Right’ p83-102 in Cas Mudde ed The Populist Radical Right: a reader . Abingdon: Rouledge

Minkenberg, M. (2013) ‘From Pariah to Policy-Maker? The Radical Right in Europe, West and East: Between Margin and Mainstream’. Journal of contemporary European studies., Vol. 21, No. 1, 5–24

Mudde, C. (2013) ‘contrary to popular opinion, Europe has not seen a sharp rise in far right support since the start of the crisis.' Mudde, C & Kaltwasser, C.R (2012) Populism in Europe and the Americas. Cambridge, CUP http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/category/authors/cas-mudde/

Mudde, C. (2007) ‘Internal supply – side: the poplist radical right party’ Chapter 11 in Populist radical right parties in Europe. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press

 

Zaslove, Andrej (2009) ‘ The populist radical right; ideology, party families and core principles’ Political studies review. Vol 7 issue 3 p309-318.
 
 

 Singal, Jesse (2017) ‘Undercover with the alt right’ https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/19/opinion/alt-right-white-supremacy-undercover.html?emc=edit_th_20170920&nl=todaysheadlines&nlid=67525752

3 - Scandinavian success stories

Bjerkem, Johan (2016) 'The Norwegian Progress Party: An Established Populist Party' Sage Journals European Review Vol 15, Issue 2, pp233-243  

 

Demker, Marie . (2012) ‘Scandinavian right-wing parties; diversity more than convergence? ’. Mammone, A., Goodin, E., Jenkins, B. eds. Mapping the extreme right in contemporary Europe : from local to transnational, New York, Routledge.Chapter 15 

Gullestad, Marianne. (2002) ‘Invisible Fences: Egalitarianism, Nationalism and Racism’. The journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. 03 Volume 8 Issue 1

Ivarsflaten, Elisabeth. 2005. ‘Threatened by diversity: Why Restrictive Asylum and Immigration Policies appeal to Western Europeans’, Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties. 15(1):21-45.

Hagelund, Anikken. 2005 ‘The Progress Party and the problem of Culture: Immigration Politics and Right Wing Populism in Norway’ Rydgren, J. (ed.)(2005) Movements of exclusion : radical right-wing populism in the Western world New York NOVA. Ch 8 

Kitschelt, H. (1995) ‘Scandinavia: A milder version of the New Radical Right’ in The radical right in Western Europe : a comparative analysis Chapter 4, Ann Arbor, UMP

Knudsen, K. (1997) Scandinavian neighbours with different character? Attitudes towards immigrartion and national identity in Norway and Sweden. Acta Sociologica = Scandinavian review of sociology.. 40 (3) p 223 – 243

Oskarson, Maria and Demker. Marie (2013) ‘Another kind of class voting: the working class sympathy for Sweden Democrats’ in Rydgren, J. ed. (2013) Class politics and the radical right. Abingdon, Routledge  

Ralphs, H (2012) ‘Sweden and the Radical CERS Working Paper', 2012 - Available online https://cers.leeds.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/sites/97/2013/05/Sweden_and_the_Radical_Right_Hannah_Ralph.pdf

Rydgren, J. ed. (2013) Class politics and the radical right. Abingdon, Routledge

Rydgren, J. 2002. ‘Radical Right Populism in Sweden; Still a Failure but for How Long? ’ Scandinavian political studies. 25(1): 27-56

Rydgren, J. (ed.)(2005) Movements of exclusion : radical right-wing populism in the Western world. New York, NOVA

Shamis, Tina and Mylonas, Yiannis (2015) ‘Extreme right responses to the European economic crisis in Denmark & Sweden: the discursive construction of scape-goats and lodestars’ Javnost : the public Vol.22 issue 1

Teitelbaum, Benjamin R. (2018) ´Missing links: Politics and Misrecognition of the Sweden Democrats´ Scandinavian- Canadian Studies Vol 25 (2018) p50-66 https://scancan.net/teitelbaum_1_25.htm  

Widfeldt, Anders (2015) ‘Sweden: from Wachtmeister to Åkesson’ Extreme right parties in Scandinavia. Abingdon, Routledge
 
 

 Wiggen, M (2012) ‘Rethinking anti immigration rhetoric after the Oslo and Utøya terror attacks’ New Political Science 34 (4) pp. 585-604

4- France: The Permanence of the Extreme Right

Buffotot, P. and D. Hanley (2003) ‘The Normalisation of French Politics’ in Modern & contemporary France Vol. 11 (2) pp. 131-46.

Evans, J. and Ivaldi, G. (2012) ‘ Marine Le Pen has achieved the best result for the Front National, and now stands as the ‘kingmaker’. But we should not overestimate the impact of her performance. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 April 2012) Blog Entry. Available online: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2012/04/25/marine-le-pen-french-election-results-prediction/

Fysh, P. and J. Wolfreys (2003) The Politics of Racism in France (London, Palgrave)

Hainsworth, P. (2004) ‘The Extreme Right in France: The Rise and Rise of Jean-Marie Le Pen’s Front National’, Representation 40(2), 101-114.

Hainsworth, P. (2000) 'The Front National' in P. Hainsworth (ed) The politics of the extreme right : from the margins to the mainstream (London, Pinter)

Hainsworth, P. and P. Mitchell (2000) 'France: The National Front from Crossroads to Crossroads? ' in Parliamentary affairs. Vol. 53 (3) pp. 443-56.

Mayer, N. (2013) ‘From Jean-Marie to Marine Le Pen: Electoral Change on the Far Right’ Parliamentary affairs., 66 (1), 160-178  

Mayer, N. (2003) ‘Le Pen’s Comeback’ in International journal of urban and regional research = Revue internationale de recherche urbaine et régionale. Vol. 27 (2) pp. 451-9.

Miguet, A. (2002) The French Elections of 2002’ in West European politics. Vol. 25 (4), October, pp. 207-20.

Paxton, Fred and Peace, Timothy (2021) ´Window Dressing? The Mainstreaming Strategy of the Rassamblement National in Power in French Local Government´ Government and Opposition, Vol 56 (3) p545-562 

Rydgren, J. (2004) The populist challenge : political protest and ethno-nationalist mobilization in France   (Oxford, Berghan)

Schain,M,, A. R. Zolberg and P. Hossay eds (2002) Shadows over Europe : the development and impact of the extreme right in Western Europe (Basingstoke, Palgrave) Chapter 4

Shields, J. (2010) ‘Support for Le Pen in France’ in Politics Vol. 30 (1) Feb pp. 61-69 Veugelers, J. (2000) ‘Right-wing Extremism in Contemporary France’ in The sociological quarterly Vol. 41 (1) pp. 367-89.

Shields, J. (2007) The extreme right in France : from Pétain to Le Pen (London, Routledge)

Shields, James (2018) ‘Electoral Performance and Policy Choices in the Front National’ Parliamentary affairs., Vol 71( 3) p538-567.  

Paxton, Fred and Peace, Timothy (2021) ´Window Dressing? The Mainstreaming Strategy of the Rassamblement National in Power in French Local Government´ Government and Opposition, Vol 56 (3) p545-562
 

 

Williams,H. M. (2011) ‘A new era for French far right politics? Comparing the FN under two Le Pens’. Análise Social Vol. 46, No. 201, pp. 679-695 Instituto Ciências Sociais da Universidad de Lisboa - Available online: http://analisesocial.ics.ul.pt/documentos/1328742509O5kCE7xw4Qr70ON5.pdf
 
 

 

5 - Germany

Art, D (2004) ‘The Wild East’ German politics and society., Issue 73 Vol. 22, No. 4, 

Arzheimer, K. (2015) The AfD: Finally a Successful Right-Wing Populist Eurosceptic Party for Germany? West European politics. Vol. 38, No. 3, 535–556  

 

 

Backes U. (2006) ‘The Electoral Victory of the NPD in Saxony’ in Patterns of prejudice Vol. 42 (2) pp. 142-58. 

Backer, S. (2000) 'Right-wing extremism in unified Germany' in P. Hainsworth (ed) The politics of the extreme right : from the margins to the mainstream (London, Pinter)

Childs D. (1991) ‘The Far Right in Germany since 1945’ in L. Chelès et al. (eds) Neo-fascism in Europe (London, Longman)

Dülmer, H. and M. Klein (2005) ‘Extreme Right-wing Voting in Germany in a Multilevel Perspective’ European journal of political research. Vol. 44 (2), March, pp. 243-63.

Eatwell, R. and C. Mudde eds (2004) Western democracies and the new extreme right challenge (London, Routledge) Ch. 6

Griffin, Roger (2017) 'Interregnum or Endgame ? The Radical Right in the 'post fascist' era in Mudde, Cas ed. (2017) The populist radical right : a reader . London: Routledge

Hanson, M. & Olsen, J. 2018. ‘Flesh of the Same Flesh: A Study of Voters for the
Alternative for Germany (AfD) in the 2017 Federal Election’. In: German Politics.
28(1), pp.1-19

Holmes, S. M. & Castañeda, H. 2016. Representing the “European refugee crisis” in
Germany and beyond: Deservingness and difference, life and death. American Ethnologist. 43(1), pp. 12-24.

Ignazi, Piero (2006) Extreme Right Parties in Western Europe, Oxford, Oxford University Press. ch. 3 and 4

Klandermans, Bert and Mayer, Nonna eds. (2006) chapter 6,9,12 in Extreme right activists in Europe : through the magnifying glass

Koopmans, R. (1993) ‘The Dynamics of Protest Waves: West Germany, 1966-1989’ in American sociological review Vol. 58 (5), October, pp. 637-58.

Kitschelt, H. (1997) The radical right in Western Europe : a comparative analysis Ch.6

Lubbers, M. and P. Scheepers (2000) 'Individual and contextual characteristics of the German extreme right-wing vote in the 1990s' European journal of political research. Vol. 38 (1) pp. 63-94

Miller- Idris, Cynthia ( 2018) ch 3 in preview https://books.google.co.uk/books/about/The_Extreme_Gone_Mainstream.html?id=1WUxDwAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=kp_read_button&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q&f=false  

Panyi, P. (2000) ‘Racial Violence in the New Germany’ in Contemporary European history. Vol. 3 (3) pp. 265-88

 

Kim, S. 2017. The populism of the Alternative for Germany (AfD): An extended Essex

Shoshan, N. (2012) ‘Placing the extremes: cityscape, ethnic ‘others’ and young right extremists in East Berlin’. Chapter 3 in Mammone, A. Godin, E. Jenkins, B. (eds) (2012). Mapping the extreme right in contemporary Europe : from local to transnational New York, Routledge

Schain, M., A. R. Zolberg and P. Hossay eds (2002) Shadows over Europe : the development and impact of the extreme right in Western Europe (Basingstoke, Palgrave) Chapter 3

Thompson, J. (2002) ‘Germany’s Far Right’ in The world to-day Vol. 57 (2) pp. 26-27.

Zimmermann, E. and T. Saalfeld (1993) ‘Three Waves of West German Right-Wing Extremism’ in P.Merkl and L. Weisberg (eds) Encounters with the contemporary radical right (London, Westview)

Weisskircher, Manés (2021) ´The Strength of Far Right AfD in Eastern Germany: The East- West Divide and the Multiple Causes behind ´Populism´. The Political Quarterly Vol. 91 (3) p614-622. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1467-923X.12859  

 

5- Italy

Conti, N. & Memoli, V. (2015). ‘The Emergence of a New Party in the Italian Party System: Rise and Fortunes of the Five Star Movement’ West European politics. Vol. 38, No. 3, 516–534,

Eatwell, R. and C. Mudde eds, (2004) Western democracies and the new extreme right challenge (London, Routledge)

Fella, S & Ruzza, C. (2013) ‘Populism and the Fall of the Centre- Right in Italy: The End of the Berlusconi Model or a New Beginning? ’ Journal of contemporary European studies. Vol. 21, No. 1, 38–52  

 

Gomez-Reino, M. (2000) ‘A Territorial Cleavage in Italian Politics? ’ in South European Society & Politics Vol. 3 pp. 80-107.

Gilbert, M. (1995) The Italian revolution : the end of politics, Italian style? (London, Westview) Ch. 4 ‘The Lega Nord’

Gold T.W. (2004) The Lega Nord and contemporary politics in Italy (London, Palgrave)

Griffin, Roger (2017) ‘Interregnum or Endgame?The Radical Right in the ‘post –fascist’ era’ in Mudde, Cas ed.  (2017) The Populist Radical Right: A Reader. London: Routledge  

Ignazi, P. (1996) 'From Neo-Fascists to Post-Fascists? ' West European politics Vol. 19 (4) pp. 693-714.

Ignazi, P. (2006) Extreme Right Parties in Western Europe, Oxford , Oxford University Press. ch. 3 &4  

 

 

Klandermans, B. and Mayer, N. eds. (2006) ‘ Italy: The Offspring of Fascism’ ch.6 in Extreme right activists in Europe : through the magnifying glass London Routledge

Milesi, P. Chirumbolo A. Catellani. P.(2005) ‘Italy the Offspring of Fascism’ Chapter 6 in Klandermans, B. and Mayer N. (2005) Extreme right activists in Europe : through the magnifying glass

Newell, J. (2000) 'Italy: the Extreme Right comes in from the cold' in Parliamentary affairs Vol. 53 (3) pp. 265-88.

Schain, M. A. R. Zolberg and P. Hossay eds, (2002) Shadows over Europe : the development and impact of the extreme right in Western Europe (London, Palgrave) Chapter 5

Tarchi, M. (2002) Ch. 7 in Mény, Y. and Y. Surel eds (2002) Democracies and the populist challenge (London, Palgrave)

Wilson, A. (2009) ‘The Italian Election of April 2008: A Political Earthquake? ’ West European politics Vol. 32 (1) January pp. 215-25.

 

6-Austria - nationalist sub cultures

 

 

 

 

 

Aichholzer, J. Kritzinger, S. Wagner, M. & Zeglovits, E. (2013) ‘How has Radical Right Support Transformed Established Political Conflicts? The Case of Austria’, West European politics. Vol. 37, No. 1, 113–137
 
 

 

Ajanovic, Edma; Majer, Stefanie; Sauer, Birgit (2015) ‘Natural enemies; articulations of racism in right wing populism in Austria’ in Casopis za Kritiko Znanosti, 01/2015, Issue 260 Available at http://www.ckz.si/arhiv/260/260_notranja_Rasizem.pdf

Art, D. (2011) Inside the Radical Right : The Development of Anti-Immigrant Parties in Western Europe. Ch.4 Cambridge, Cambridge University Press

Bodlos, A. and Plescia, C. 2018. The 2017 Austrian snap election: a shift rightward. West European Politics. 41(6), pp.1354-1363.  

 

Eatwell, R. and C. Mudde eds (2004) Western democracies and the new extreme right challenge (London, Routledge)

Geden, O. (2005) ‘The Discursive Representation of Masculinity in the Freedom Party of Austria’ in Journal of language and politics Vol. 4 (3) 2005 pp. 397-420.

Heinisch, Reinhart; Werner, Annika & Habershack, Fabian (2020) ´Reclaiming national sovereignty: the case of the far right in Austria, European Politics and Society Vol 21 (2) p.163-181  

Höbelt, L. (2003) Defiant populist : Jörg Haider and the politics of Austria (West Lafayette, Purdue University Press)

Kitschelt, H. (1997) The radical right in Western Europe : a comparative analysis

Knight, R. (1992) 'Haider, the Freedom Party and the extreme right in Austria' in Parliamentary affairs. Vol. 45 (3) pp. 285-99.

Knight, R. (1986) ‘Waldheim in Context’ in the The Times literary supplement. 3 October

Kuhn, R. (2000) ‘The Threat of Fascism in Austria’ in Monthly review. Vol. 52 (2) (June) pp. 21-35.

Luther, K. R 2014. ‘Austrian populism and the not so great recession. The primacy of politics’ . Staffordshire : Keele Eureopan Parties research unit working papers. 38 p 1-34 - Available online: https://www.keele.ac.uk/media/keeleuniversity/fachumsocsci/spire/politics/kepru/Luther_Austrian%20populism%20and%20the%20not-so-great%20Recession..pdf

Luther, K.R. (2000) 'Austria: A democracy under threat from the Freedom Party? ' in Parliamentary affairs Vol. 53 (3) pp. 426-42.

Luther, K. R. (2011) ‘Of goals and own goals: A case study of right-wing populist party strategy for and during incumbency’. Party politics, Vol. 17, pp. 453-470.

Luther, K.R. (2003) ‘The Self-destruction of a Right-Wing Populist Party? ’ West European politics Vol. 26 (2) pp. 136-52.

Luther, K.R. (2009) ‘The Revival of the Radical Right: The Austrian Parliamentary Election of 2008‘ in West European politics, Vol. 32 (5) September, pp. 1049 - 1061

McGann, A. J. and H. Kitschelt (2005) ‘The Radical Right in the Alps’ in Party politics Vol. 11 (2) March, pp. 147-72.

Morrow, D. (2000) ‘Jeorg Haider and the New FPÖ’ in P. Hainsworth (ed) The politics of the extreme right : from the margins to the mainstream

Praprotnik, K. (2017). 'Issue clarity in electoral competition: Insights from Austria'. Electoral Studies. 48, pp.121-130.

Rydgren, J (2005) Movements of exclusion : radical right-wing populism in the Western world (Nova, NY)

Schain, M. and A. R. Zolberg and P. Hossay eds (2002) Shadows over Europe : the development and impact of the extreme right in Western Europe (Basingstoke, Palgrave)

Stockemer, D and & Lamontagneb, B. (2014) ‘Pushed to the Edge: Sub-National Variations in Extreme Right-Wing Support in Austria’ Journal of contemporary European studies. Vol. 22, No. 1, 39–56,  

 

Williams, M. H. (2013) ‘Tipping the Balance Scale? Rightward Momentum, Party Agency and Austrian Party Politics’. Journal of contemporary European studies., 2013 Vol. 21, No. 1, 68–86

Wodak, Ruth (2015) Ch 6 in The Politics of Fear – What Right Wing Populist Discourses Mean .London Sage   Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

7- Britain - The odd one out 

Abadi, A. (2009) ‘Doomed to Failure? UKIP and the Organisational Challenges Facing Right-Wing Populist Anti-Political Establishment Parties’ in Parliamentary affairs Vol. 62 (1) pp. 72-87.

Art, D. (2011) Inside the Radical Right : The Development of Anti-Immigrant Parties in Western Europe Ch.3, Cambridge, CUP

Bale, T. 2018. Who leads and who follows? The symbiotic relationship between
UKIP and the Conservatives – and populism and Euroscepticism. Politics. 38(8),
p.263.277
 
 

 

Bowyer, B. (2008) ‘Local Context and Extreme Right support in England’ Electoral studies Vol. 27 (4) pp. 611-20
Clarke, D.H., Goodwin, M.,Whitley, P (2017) Brexit - Why Britain voted to leave the European Union Cambridge , CUP.

Clarke, J. (2004) ‘Just How Moderate is the BNP’ in The Spectator 27 March.

Copsey, N.(2007) ‘Changing Course or Changing Clothes? ’ Patterns of prejudice Vol. 41 (1) pp. 61-82.

Dennison, J. 2018. The Rug Pulled from Under Them: UKIP and the Greens.
Parliamentary Affairs. 17(1), p.91-108.
 
 

Eatwell, R. (2000) ‘The Extreme Right and British Exceptionalism’ in P. Hainsworth (ed) The politics of the extreme right : from the margins to the mainstream (London, Pinter)

Eatwell, R.  and Goodwin, J. Editors, (2009) The new extremism in 21st century Britain (Routledge, London)

Ford. R. & Goodwin. M. (2014) Revolt on the right : explaining support for the radical right in Britain. London, Routledge

Ford, R, and M.J. Godwin (2010) 'Angry White men and the Contextual Predictors of support for the British National Party' Political studies Vol. 58 (1) February pp.1-25.

Goodwin, M.J. (2011) New British fascism : the rise of the British National Party London Routledge, ch. 2 and 3  

Goodwin, Matthew J. (2007) ‘The extreme right in Britain: Still an 'ugly duckling' but for how long? ’ The Political QuarterlyVol. 78, (2), April-June, pp. 241-250. 

Goodman, Simon (2021) ´The rhetorical use of the threat of the far -right in the UK Brexit debate´ British Journal of Social Psychology. Vol. 60 (3) p 1012-1026.  

Heath, O. & Goodwin, M. (2017) ‘The 2017 General Election, Brexit and the Return to Two-Party Politics: An Aggregate-Level Analysis of the Result.’ PQ 88(3): 345-358.
 
 

 

Ford. R. & Goodwin. M. (2014) Revolt on the Right – explaining support for the radical right in Britain. London: Routledge. Chapter 3 and 4.

Harrop, M. J. England and C.T. Husbands (1980) ‘The Basis of National Front Support’ in Political studies Vol. 28 (2) June, pp. 271-283

Hayton, R. (2010) ‘Towards the Mainstream? UKIP and the 2009 Elections to the European Parliament’ in Politics Vol. 30 (1) February pp. 26-35.

Hillman, N. (2008) “A 'chorus of execration'? Enoch Powell's 'rivers of blood' forty years on” Patterns of prejudice Vol. 42 (1) February, pp. 83 – 104

Jackson, P (2011) ‘The EDL: Britain’s ‘New Far Right’ Social Movement.’ University of Northampton: RNM Publications. Chapter 4 available online

John, P. and Margetts, H. (2009) ‘The Latent Support for the Extreme Right in British Politics’ West European politics Vol. 32 (3) May pp. 496-513.

Kitschelt, H. (1997) The radical right in Western Europe : a comparative analysis Ch 7. (Michigan, University of Michigan)

John, Peter. and Margetts, Helen (2009) ‘The Latent Support for the Extreme Right in British Politics’ West European politics. Vol. 32 (3) May pp. 496-513.

McLaren, L. and Johnson, M. (2007) ‘Resources, Group Conflict and Symbols: Explaining Anti-Immigrant Hostility in Britain’ in Political studies Vol. 55 (4) pp. 709-22

Renton, D. (2003) ‘Explaining the Success of the BNP’ in Race and class Vol. 45 (2) pp. 75-85.

Rhodes, J. (2009) ‘The Banal National Party’ Patterns of prejudice Vol. 43 (2) pp. 142-60

Tournier Sol, K. (2015) ‘ reworking the euro sceptic and conservative traditions in to a populist narrative: UKIPs winning formula ? Journal of Common Market Studies.. Vol 53 (1) p 14-156

Schain,M., Zolberg, A. and P. Hossay eds(2002) Shadows over Europe : the development and impact of the extreme right in Western Europe (Basingstoke, Palgrave) Chapter 9

Sykes, A. (2005) The radical right in Britain : social imperialism to the BNP (Macmillan)

Usherwood S. (2016) 'Did Ukip win the referendum? ' Political Insight, 7 (2), pp. 27-29.

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Wilks-Hegg, S. (2009) McLaren, L. and Johnson, M. (2007) ‘Resources, Group Conflict and Symbols: Explaining Anti-Immigrant Hostility in Britain’ in Political studies Vol. 55 (4) pp. 709-22

John E. Richardson (2008) ‘Our England”: discourses of “race” and class in party election leaflets’ in Social semiotics Vol. 18 (3) pp. 321 – 335

 

8-Social support and elections

Arzheimer, K. and E. Carter (2009) ‘Christian Religiosity and Voting for West European Radical Right Parties’ in West European politics Vol. 32 (5) September pp. 985-1011

 

Arzheimer, K. and E. Carter (2006) ‘Explaining Variations in the Extreme Right Vote’ (KEPRU Working Paper University of Keele) - Available online - https://www.keele.ac.uk/media/keeleuniversity/group/kepru/KEPRU%20WP%2019.pdf

Arzheimer, K. and E. Carter (2006) ‘Political Opportunity Status and Right-Wing Extremist Party success’ in European journal of political research Vol. 45 pp. 419-33.

Arzheimer, K and E. Carter (2009) ‘Christian Religiosity and Voting for West European Radical Right Parties’ West European politics Vol. 32 (5) September pp. 985-1011.

Betz, Hans-Georg, (1994) Radical right-wing populism in Western Europe (Macmillan). Ch 5.

von Beyme, K. (1998) 'Right wing extremism in post-war Europe' in West European politics (April) Vol. 11 (2) pp. 1-18.

Bonnetain, P. (2004) ‘Behind the Polling Booth Curtain’ Theses in Canadian political science = Thèses canadiennes en science politique. Vol. 37 (2) (June) pp. 419-30.

Carter, E.L. (2002) ‘Proportional representation and the Fortunes of Right-Wing Extremist Parties’ in West European politics (July) Vol. 25 (3) pp. 125-146

Depickere, A. (2003) ‘Testing theories of extreme right wing voting in France and Flanders’ in Revue de la Maison française d'Oxford. Volume 1 (1) pp. 87-116

Eatwell, R. and C. Mudde eds, (2004) Western democracies and the new extreme right challenge (London, Routledge) Chapter 9 M. Goodwin ‘Who votes for the extreme right in 21st century Britain’

Evans, J. and G. Ivaldi (2002) " Electoral dynamics of the European extreme right ", EREPS working paper, CIDSP-Grenoble.

Evans, J.(2005) ‘The Dynamics of Change in Radical Right Populist Party support’ in Comparative European politics Vol. 3 (1) pp. 76-101.

Fennema, Meindert and Van der Brug, Wouter 2009. ‘The support base of radical right parties in the enlarged Euro union’. Journal of European Integration 31 (5) p589 -608

Fieschi, C. (2000) 'European Institutions: The Far Right and illiberal Politics in a liberal context' in Parliamentary affairs Vol. 53 (3) pp. 517-31

Givens,T. (2005) Voting radical right in Western Europe (Cambridge University Press)

Givens, T. (2004) ‘The Radical Right Gender Gap’ in Comparative political studies Vol. 37 (1) (February) pp. 30-54.

Golder, M. (2003) ‘Explaining Variation in the Success of Extreme Right Parties in Western Europe’ Comparative political studies Vol. 36 (4) (May) pp. 432-466.

Jackman, R.W. and K. Volpert (1996) 'Conditions Favouring Parties on the Extreme right in western Europe' in British journal of political science Vol. 26 (4) pp. 501-22.

Ignazi, P.Gómez-Reino. M. & Llamazares, I. (2013)‘The Populist Radical Rightand European Integration:A Comparative Analysis of Party–Voter Links’ West European politics. Vol. 36, No. 4, 789–816

Ivarsflaten, E. (2005) ‘The Vulnerable Populist-Right Parties’ European journal of political research Vol. 44 (3) (May) pp. 465-92.

Kessler, A.E. and Gary P Freeman (2005) ‘Support for Extreme Right-Wing Parties in Western Europe: Individual Attributes, Political Attitudes, and National Context’ in Comparative European politics Vol. 3 (3)Sept pp. 261-288

Kern, A. Marien, S & Hooghe, M. (2015) ‘Economic Crisis and Levels of Political Participation in Europe (2002–2010): The Role of Resources and Grievances’ West European politics. Vol. 38, No. 3, 465–490

Kitschelt, H. The radical right in Western Europe : a comparative analysis Chs 1, 2 and 8.

Norris, P. (2005) Radical right : voters and parties in the electoral market (Cambridge University Press)

Oesch, D. (2008) ‘Explaining Workers’ Support for Right-Wing Populist Parries’ in International political science review = Revue internationale de science politique Vol. 29 pp. 349-74.

Rydgren, J. ed. (2013) Class politics and the radical right. Abingdon, Routledge

Rydgren, J. (2004) ‘Explaining the Emergence of Radical Right wing Populist Parties’ in West European politics (3) pp. 474-502.

Schain, M. A. R. Zolberg and P. Hossay (eds) (2002) Shadows over Europe : the development and impact of the extreme right in Western Europe (Palgrave)

Sengupta, Sonimi (2017) ‘On Europe’s Far Right; Female Leaders look to Female Voters’ https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/02/world/europe/political-strategy-for-europes-far-right-female-leaders-wooing-female-voters.html?mcubz=3

Sprague-Jones, J. (2011) ‘Extreme right-wing vote and support for multiculturalism in Europe’ Ethnic and racial studies, Vol. 34, pp. 535-555.

Van Der Brug, W. and M. Fennema (2005) ‘Why some anti-immigrant Parties fail and Others Succeed’ in Comparative political studies Vol. 38 pp. 537-73.

Van Der Brug, W. and A. Maughan (2007) ‘Charisma, leader effects and support for right wing populist Parties’ in Party politics (January) Vol. 13 (1) pp. 29-51.

Veugelers, J. (1999) ‘A Challenge for political Sociology’ in Current sociology = La sociologie contemporaine Vol. 47 (4) pp. 78-107.

Veugelers, J. (1997) ‘Social Cleavage and the Rise of Far Right Parties’ in Acta Sociologica = Scandinavian review of sociology Vol. 40 (1) pp. 31-49.

Hagtvet, B. ‘Right-wing extremism in Europe’ Journal of peace research 1999 (August) Vol. 31 (3) pp. 241-6.

 

9- Islamophobia and Migration and 10 - Radicalisation on the right

Anderson, Bridget (2016) ch 6 in Us & Them Oxford, OUP

 

Bangstad, S (2014) Anders Breivik and the rise of Islamophobia. London,Zed Books

Borchrevink, Aage (2013) ch 7 in A Norwegian tragedy : Anders Behring Breivik and the massacre on Utøya London: Polity

Eatwell, R. (2003) Fascism: A history. London, Pimlico Fekete, L (2014) ‘Europe against the Roma’ Race and class. Vol. 55(3): 60– 70

Gallant, Daniel (2017) ‘A reflection paper for the Canadian Commission for UNESCO’ Countering Right-Wing Extremist Radicalization Where to take our policy toolkits next: In-formed and re-formed perspectives of a former violent extremist  Available at http://unesco.ca/~/media/unesco/news/20170511_counteringright-wingextremistradicalization_bydanielgallant.pdf

Geschiere, P. (2009) The perils of belonging : autochthony, citizenship, and exclusion in Africa and Europe (Chicago and London: Chicago University Press.

Lean, Nathan (2012) The Islamophobia industry [electronic resource] : how the right manufactures fear of MuslimsLondon: Pluto Press

Nussbaum, M. (2012) The new religious intolerance : overcoming the politics of fear in an anxious age. Cambridge, London: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.

Rydgren, J. (ed.)(2005) Movements of exclusion : radical right-wing populism in the Western world. New York, NOVA

Sejersad, Åsne (2017) Two sisters Basingstoke, MacMillan 

Singal, Jesse (2017) ‘Undercover with the alt right’ https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/19/opinion/alt-right-white-supremacy-undercover.html?emc=edit_th_20170920&nl=todaysheadlines&nlid=67525752  

Sournier Sol, K. (2015) ‘ reworking the euro sceptic and conservative traditions in to a populist narrative: UKIPs winning formula ? Journal of Common Market Studies.. Vol 53 (1) p 14-156 ### On High Demand counter collection at the Library

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Žižek, S (2008) ‘Tolerance as an ideological category’, Critical inquiry., 34 (2) 660-82

Zukuete, JoséPedro (2008) ‘The European extreme- right and Islam: New directions?’ Journal of political ideologies. 13:3, 321-344  

 

 

 

 

 

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