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La politicizzazione della questione migratoria tra vecchi e nuovi attori

  • Giorgia Bulli
  • Sorina Crisina Soare

How do right wing populist parties politicize migration in different political, economic and social contexts? The chapter aims to provide an answer to this question by analyzing four parties: the Italian (Northern) League, the Spanish VOX, the German Alternative for Germany and the Austrian Freedom Party. Opposition to migration and negative reactions towards multicultural societies are recurrent arguments in the rhetoric of right-wing populist parties. The authors offer a multidimensional description of converging and diverging patterns of representation of migration in the four countries.

  • Keywords:
  • Migration,
  • right-wing populist parties,
  • refugee crisis,
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Giorgia Bulli

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0001-7232-1987

Sorina Crisina Soare

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0003-3689-2496

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La politicizzazione della questione migratoria tra vecchi e nuovi attori

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Giorgia Bulli, Sorina Crisina Soare

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Migrazioni in Italia: oltre la sfida

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Per un approccio interdisciplinare allo studio delle migrazioni

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