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Valence and Ideological Proximity in the Rise of Nationalist Parties: Spanish General Elections, 2008 and 2011

Elena Labzina (), Joan Barceló and Norman Schofield ()
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Elena Labzina: Washington University in St. Louis
Norman Schofield: Washington University in St. Louis

A chapter in State, Institutions and Democracy, 2017, pp 105-142 from Springer

Abstract: Abstract During the last few years, in the aftermath of the bank crisis of 2007, anti-European and right or far-right parties started to gain more and more support across Europe (Bosco and Verney 2012). This reaction seems a natural response to austerity measures and the rise of unemployment in the region. Meanwhile, in some European regions that have a different cultural identity to the dominant identity, a seemingly significant rise of peripheral nationalism has occurred (Gómez Fortes and Cabeza Perez 2013; Brubaker 2011; Rico 2012).

Keywords: Spatial Model; Basque Country; Strategic Vote; Ideological Position; Nationalist Party (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-44582-3_5

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