Matthijs Rooduijn
Matthijs Rooduijn
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A populist Zeitgeist? Programmatic contagion by populist parties in Western Europe
M Rooduijn, SL De Lange, W Van der Brug
Party politics 20 (4), 563-575, 2014
4502014
A populist Zeitgeist? Programmatic contagion by populist parties in Western Europe
M Rooduijn, SL De Lange, W Van der Brug
Party politics 20 (4), 563-575, 2014
4502014
Measuring populism: Comparing two methods of content analysis
M Rooduijn, T Pauwels
West European Politics 34 (6), 1272-1283, 2011
4252011
The nucleus of populism: In search of the lowest common denominator
M Rooduijn
Government and Opposition 49 (4), 573-599, 2014
3062014
Flank attacks: Populism and left-right radicalism in Western Europe
M Rooduijn, T Akkerman
Party Politics 23 (3), 193-204, 2017
2512017
What unites the voter bases of populist parties? Comparing the electorates of 15 populist parties
M Rooduijn
European Political Science Review 10 (3), 351-368, 2018
2442018
Radical right-wing populist parties in Western Europe: Into the mainstream?
T Akkerman, SL de Lange, M Rooduijn
Routledge, 2016
2332016
The mesmerising message: The diffusion of populism in public debates in Western European media
M Rooduijn
Political studies 62 (4), 726-744, 2014
2192014
The psychological roots of populist voting: Evidence from the United States, the Netherlands and Germany
BN Bakker, M Rooduijn, G Schumacher
European Journal of Political Research 55 (2), 302-320, 2016
1902016
Expressing or fuelling discontent? The relationship between populist voting and political discontent
M Rooduijn, W Van Der Brug, SL De Lange
Electoral Studies 43, 32-40, 2016
1512016
The PopuList: an overview of populist, far right, far left and Eurosceptic parties in Europe
M Rooduijn, S Van Kessel, C Froio, A Pirro, S De Lange, D Halikiopoulou, ...
1502019
Sympathy for the ‘devil’? Voting for populists in the 2006 and 2010 Dutch general elections
G Schumacher, M Rooduijn
Electoral Studies 32 (1), 124-133, 2013
1332013
State of the field: How to study populism and adjacent topics? A plea for both more and less focus
M Rooduijn
European Journal of Political Research 58 (1), 362-372, 2019
1292019
The rise of the populist radical right in Western Europe
M Rooduijn
European view 14 (1), 3-11, 2015
1012015
The paradox of well-being: do unfavorable socioeconomic and sociocultural contexts deepen or dampen radical left and right voting among the less well-off?
M Rooduijn, B Burgoon
Comparative Political Studies 51 (13), 1720-1753, 2018
992018
Vox populismus: a populist radical right attitude among the public?
M Rooduijn
Nations and Nationalism 20 (1), 80-92, 2014
952014
Pariahs or partners? Inclusion and exclusion of radical right parties and the effects on their policy positions
T Akkerman, M Rooduijn
Political Studies 63 (5), 1140-1157, 2015
912015
Radical distinction: Support for radical left and radical right parties in Europe
M Rooduijn, B Burgoon, EJ Van Elsas, HG Van de Werfhorst
European Union Politics 18 (4), 536-559, 2017
872017
Populism and nationalism in a comparative perspective: A scholarly exchange
B Bonikowski, D Halikiopoulou, E Kaufmann, M Rooduijn
Nations and Nationalism 25 (1), 58-81, 2019
542019
Positional deprivation and support for radical right and radical left parties
B Burgoon, S van Noort, M Rooduijn, G Underhill
Economic Policy 34 (97), 49-93, 2019
502019
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