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Tjitske Akkerman
Tjitske Akkerman
Ass.Prof. Political Science
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Radical right-wing populist parties in Western Europe: Into the mainstream?
T Akkerman, SL de Lange, M Rooduijn
Routledge, 2016
3122016
Flank attacks: Populism and left-right radicalism in Western Europe
M Rooduijn, T Akkerman
Party Politics 23 (3), 193-204, 2017
3102017
Comparing radical right parties in government: Immigration and integration policies in nine countries (1996–2010)
T Akkerman
West European Politics 35 (3), 511-529, 2012
2612012
‘Women and children first!’Anti-immigration parties and gender in Norway and the Netherlands
T Akkerman, A Hagelund
Patterns of Prejudice 41 (2), 197-214, 2007
2222007
Anti-immigration parties and the defence of liberal values: The exceptional case of the List Pim Fortuyn
T Akkerman
Journal of Political Ideologies 10 (3), 337-354, 2005
1902005
Immigration policy and electoral competition in Western Europe: A fine-grained analysis of party positions over the past two decades
T Akkerman
Party Politics 21 (1), 54-67, 2015
1872015
Gender and the radical right in Western Europe: A comparative analysis of policy agendas
T Akkerman
Patterns of Prejudice 49 (1-2), 37-60, 2015
1732015
Populism and democracy: Challenge or pathology?
T Akkerman
Acta politica 38 (2), 147-159, 2003
1652003
Radical right parties in office: Incumbency records and the electoral cost of governing 1
T Akkerman, SL De Lange
Government and Opposition 47 (4), 574-596, 2012
1602012
Friend or foe? Right-wing populism and the popular press in Britain and the Netherlands
T Akkerman
Journalism 12 (8), 931-945, 2011
1562011
The interactive state: democratisation from above?
T Akkerman, M Hajer, J Grin
Political studies 52 (1), 82-95, 2004
1362004
The interactive state: democratisation from above?
T Akkerman, M Hajer, J Grin
Political studies 52 (1), 82-95, 2004
1362004
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
1112015
Inclusion and mainstreaming? Radical right-wing populist parties in the new millennium
T Akkerman, SL De Lange, M Rooduijn
Radical right-wing populist parties in Western Europe, 19-46, 2016
63*2016
de Lange, and Matthijs Rooduijn, eds. 2016
T Akkerman, L Sarah
Radical right-wing populist parties in Western Europe: into the mainstream, 0
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hegemonic liberal democracy?
SL De Lange, T Akkerman
Populism in Europe and the Americas: Threat or corrective for democracy?, 27, 2012
402012
The Mainstreaming of the Austrian Freedom Party
R Heinisch, K Hauser, T Akkerman, SL de Lange, M Rooduijn
Radical right-wing populist parties in Western Europe: Into the mainstream, 73, 2016
382016
Urban debates and deliberative democracy
T Akkerman
Acta Politica, 71-88, 2001
322001
Women's vices, public benefits: women and commerce in the French enlightenment
T Akkerman
Het Spinhuis, 1992
321992
The party for freedom: Balancing between mission, votes and office
T Akkerman
LondonRoutledge, 2016
242016
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