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Cristian Norocel

Ov Cristian Norocel

Associate senior lecturer

Cristian Norocel

Disentangling radical right populism, gender, and religion: an introduction

Author

  • Ov Cristian Norocel
  • Alberta Giorgi

Summary, in English

This Special Issue provides diverse multidisciplinary entry points that convey the multi-layered complexity of the interactions between radical right populism, gender issues, and religious questions. It fills a gap in the scholarship dealing with the political and social manifestations of radical right populism. From a theoretical point of view, the connections between radical right populism and gender and between radical right populism and religion, respectively, have received growing scholarly attention. The present Special Issue bridges these separate lines of inquiry, concentrating on how issues of gender and religion are jointly addressed in radical right populist discourses. The articles in this Special Issue provide the first in-depth and comparative understanding of the entanglements of gender and religion in radical right populist ideology, explore the active role of religion in the populist discourse, and invite to combine the analysis of the political sphere with the analysis of occurrences in the broader society.

Department/s

  • Department of Gender Studies

Publishing year

2022

Language

English

Pages

417-428

Publication/Series

Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power

Volume

29

Issue

4

Document type

Editor for a journal

Publisher

Routledge

Topic

  • Gender Studies
  • Political Science (excluding Public Administration Studies and Globalization Studies)
  • Religious Studies

Keywords

  • radical right populism
  • gender
  • religion
  • Global North
  • Global South

Status

Published

Project

  • The Extreme Right Metapolitical Project in the Digital Age

ISBN/ISSN/Other

  • ISSN: 1547-3384