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1. VARFÖR RÖSTAR FLER MÄN ÄN KVINNOR PÅ HÖGERPOPULISTISKA PARTIER? En studie kring kulturell backlash påverkan på könsgapetKandidat-uppsats, Göteborgs universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen
Sammanfattning : In most of the countries in Europe it exists a substantial overrepresentation of men voting for right wing populist parties. This paper focuses on understanding why these parties attract more men than women. LÄS MER
2. Gini-koefficienten och stödet för högerradikala Partier - En kvantitativ studie i hur sannolikheten för att rösta på högerradikala partier påverkas av förändringar i Gini koefficientenKandidat-uppsats, Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för nationalekonomi med statistik
Sammanfattning : This essay is a study on how changes in income inequality affects individuals’ probability of voting for radical right-wing parties in European countries. To do this, we use the Gini-coefficient as the sole indicator of income inequality within a country. LÄS MER
3. Act 140 as a securitization measure: A study on the shift from integration to repatriation in the Danish asylum systemMaster-uppsats, Lunds universitet/Rättssociologiska institutionen
Sammanfattning : The Danish asylum system has experienced radical changes during 2019 in regards to asylum and refugee rights with the right-wing governing coalition’s introduction of Act 140. Central to Act 140 is the repatriation philosophy that is carried out in practice with an increased focus on temporary residency of refugees within the Danish asylum system as opposed to permanency. LÄS MER
4. To Stay or to Go? How European right-wing populist parties are adjusting to the post-Brexit era public opinionMaster-uppsats, Lunds universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen
Sammanfattning : Since the 1990s a great deal of literature has been written predicting the behaviour of right-wing populists, explaining their policies and ideology but until Brexit, there had been no such clear victory for right-wing populist policies. Drawing from the current state of the art, data from the national and European electoral party manifestos as well as Eurobarometer survey data from France, Germany, Italy and Sweden, this dissertation employs Strom’s rational choice-based party behaviour model to explore how the internal structure and each country’s political and institutional environments have mediated the right-wing populist parties’ reaction to the upswing of positive opinions about the European Union among European public opinion since Brexit, in two directions: by either continuing their promise to leave the EU or by dropping the promise and instead advocating institutional reform, in those cases where the parties seek to govern. LÄS MER
- Kandidat-uppsats, Lunds universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen
Sammanfattning : This study aims to explain why mainstream right-wing parties govern with radical right-wing parties instead of more central and/or liberal options by investigating the case of Norway. The election 2001 and 2013 lead to similar election results but two different government formations, the later one including a right-wing populist party. LÄS MER