Populist Political Communication in Europe

Action publications

The first action publication

The first book produced by this action was published in July 2016 as part of the series Routledge Research in Communication Studies. 60 authors have contributed to this book, where 52 of these are action participants. The action core group has been editors of the book. 

Populist Political Communication in Europe. New York: Routledge, 2016. Edited by Toril Aalberg, Frank Esser, Carsten Reinemann, Jesper Strömbäck & Claes de Vreese.


Other publications by action members

Publications 2016

Sheets, P. H., Bos, L., Boomgaarden, H. G. (in press) Media cues and support for right-wing populist parties. International Journal of Public Opinion Research.

Publications 2015

Arendt, F., Marquart, F., & Matthes, J. (2015). Effects of right-wing populist political advertising on implicit and explicit stereotypes. Journal of Media Psychology, available as advance access.

Bobba, G. & Seddone, A. (2015). Issues without owners, candidates without ownership. An analysis of 2013 Italian general election campaign. Quaderni di scienza politica, 22(1), pp. 37-60.

Bobba, G. & McDonnell, D. (2015). A Strong and Enduring Market for Populism. In H. Kriesi & T. S. Pappas (Eds.), European Populism in the Shadow of the Great Recession (pp. 163-179). Colchester: ECPR Press .

Matthes J., & Schmuck, D. (2015). The effects of anti-immigrant right-wing populist ads on implicit and explicit attitudes: A moderated mediation model. Communication Research, available as advance access.

Kübler, D., Christmann, A., Hasler, K., Marcinkowski, F., & Schemer, C. (2015). New Regionalism: Too Complex for the Media Watchdog? Media reporting and citizens' perception of democratic legitimacy in four European metropolitan areas. Urban Affairs Review, 51(5), 676-707.

Schmuck, D., & Matthes, J. (2015). How anti-immigrant right-wing populist advertisements affect young voters: Symbolic threats, economic threats, and the moderating role of education. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 41(10), 1577-1599.

Schulz, A., Müller, P., Wirz, D., Wettstein, M., Wirth, W., & Schemer, C. (2015, August). Measuring populist attitudes on three dimensions. ECPR General Conference, August 26-29, 2015, Montréal.

Publications 2014

Bobba, G. & Seddone, A. (2014). L’antipolitica in agenda. Temi e leader sui media mainstream nella campagna elettorale 2013 (Anti-politics on the agenda. Topics and leaders of the 2013 election campaign in the mainstream media coverage). Comunicazione politica, 15(1), 115-132.

Bos, L., Brants, K. L. K. (2014). Populist rhetoric in politics and media: a longitudinal study of the Netherlands. European Journal of Communication.    

Hobeika, A., & Villeneuve, G. (2014). National Front themes and the agenda of the French press (2006-2013) in Populist Politics and the media, London : Counterpoint

Stavrakakis, Y. (2014). The return of 'the people': Populism and anti-populism in the shadow of the European crisis, Constellations, 21:4, 505-517.

Stavrakakis, Y. & Katsambekis, G. (2014). Left-wing populism in the European periphery: The case of SYRIZA, Journal of Political Ideologies, 19:2, 119-142.

Stavrakakis, Y. (2014). The European populist challenge, Annals of the Croatian Political Science Association, 10:1, 25-39.