Right-wing populism and gender : European perspectives and beyond / Gabriele Dietze, Julia Roth (eds.).

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Bielefeld : Transcript, [2020]
  • ©2020
Description
283 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm

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Contents
  • Right-wing populism and gender: a preliminary cartography of an emergent field of research / Gabriele Dietze and Julia Roth
  • Authoritarian right-wing populism as masculinist identity politics. The role of affects / Birgit Sauer
  • Why gender and sexuality are both trivial and pivotal in populist radical right politics / Niels Spierings
  • Sexual politics from the rights. Attacks on gender, sexual diversity, and sex education / Imke Schmincke
  • Post-socialist conditions and the Orbán government's gender politics between 2010 and 2019 in Hungary / Eszter Kováts
  • Man, woman, family. Gender and the limited modernization of right-wing extremism in Austria / Stefanie Mayer, Edma Ajanović, Birgit Sauer
  • Sexual politics as a tool to "un-demonize" right-wing discourse in France / Cornelia Möser
  • Identitarian gays and threatening queers, or: how the far right constructs new chains of equivalence / Patrick Wielowiejski
  • Why are women attracted to right-wing popularism? Sexual exceptionalism, emancipation fatigue, and new maternalism / Gabriele Dietze
  • Populist mobilizations in re-traditionalized society: anti-gender campaigning in Slovenia / Roman Kuhar, Mojca Pajnik
  • 'You're fired!' Retrotopian desire and right-wing class politics / Simon Schleusener
  • The alternative right, masculinities, and ordinary affect / Simon Strick
  • Angry women: Poland's Black Protests and 'populist feminism' / Agnieszka Graff
  • Intersectionality strikes back: right-wing patterns of en-gendering and feminist contestations in the Americas / Julia Roth.
ISBN
  • 9783837649802 ((paperback))
  • 3837649806 ((paperback))
OCLC
1153999313
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