PEGIDA and New Right-Wing Populism in Germany
Steven Schäller, Hans Vorländer, Maik Herold, et al.
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This book provides the first systematic and comparative analysis of the German right-wing populist protest movement “PEGIDA”. It offers an in-depth reconstruction of the movement’s historical development, its organisational structure and its programmatic orientation. It depicts the protestors and their motivations, reactions in politics, media and society, and PEGIDA’s European network. The volume presents and compares the results of scientific surveys among PEGIDA-participants and brings them into the context of long-time studies on political culture in Germany, representing a comprehensive study of the emergence of contemporary right-wing populist movements. The book will be of interest to researchers, academics and students focusing on comparative politics, (right-wing) populism, protest movements in western democracies, and political culture in Germany, as well as journalists, political educators and policy makers.
PEGIDA, political history of PEGIDA, development of PEGIDA, right-wing populism in Germany, political culture in Germany, German party system, protest movements in Western democracies, anti-establishment politics, PEGIDA demonstrations, European right-wing populism, PEGIDA's networks, social reactions to PEGIDA, populist movement in Germany, German populist politics, political motivation for populism, PEGIDA and the media