Tag Articoli con tag "social democracy"

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To cite the article: Crulli, M., & Albertazzi, D. (2024). The ‘mainstream’ in contemporary Europe: a bi-dimensional and operationalisable conceptualisation. West European Politics, 1–30. https://doi.org/10.1080/01402382.2024.2359841 The article is open access and can be accessed here. Abstract The aim of this article is twofold. Firstly, it offers a new definition of ‘mainstream’. Moving beyond understandings of the concept that focus exclusively on parties’ alternation in power, or their ideology/message, the article’s conceptualisation considers both supply and demand sides of politics. Hence, an attitudinal component to functional...

To cite the article: Vincenzo Emanuele & Federico Trastulli (2023) Squeezing Blood from a Turnip? The Resilience of Social Democratic Governmental Power in Western Europe (1871–2022), Representation, DOI: 10.1080/00344893.2023.2292174 The article can be accessed here, first 50 copies free of charge. Abstract In recent years, a growing body of literature has revived its interest in social democratic parties, emphasising their allegedly irreversible crisis in Western Europe. However, all such accounts focus solely on electoral results, thus neglecting governmental power, the decisive factor to realise social democratic parties’ policy goals. To address this gap, the...

To cite the article: Emanuele, V. (2023), 'Class cleavage electoral structuring in Western Europe (1871–2020)', European Journal of Political Research, DOI:10.1111/1475-6765.12608. The article, published on European Journal of Political Research, can be accessed here. Abstract Despite the huge amount of studies on cleavages, scholars have never elaborated a dynamic model to conceptualize and measure the stages of electoral development of the class cleavage and, specifically, the stage corresponding to its full electoral structuring. To fill this gap, by combining some key electoral properties of...

To cite the article: Trastulli, F. (2022). «Fence-Building» or «Preservation»: The Paths to Social Democratic Nationalist Position-Taking in Western Europe (2008-2018). Polis 2/2022, 189-218. The article was published on Polis can be accessed here. Abstract Nationalism is generally seen as an issue owned by «traditional-authoritarian-nationalist», typically right-wing parties. However, data on electoral manifestos by the Manifesto Project shows that other formations too adopt nationalist positions. This includes a party family such as Western European social democracy, which traditionally opposed such stances and, as a result, has...

To cite the article: Trastulli F (2022) More Left or Left No More? An In-depth Analysis of Western European Social Democratic Parties' Emphasis on Traditional Economic Left Goals (1944–2021). Front. Polit. Sci. 4:873948. doi: 10.3389/fpos.2022.873948. The article is open access and can be accessed here. Trastulli FPS 06/2022Download Abstract The ideological evolution of Western European social democratic parties has received considerable scholarly attention over the decades. The most widespread view concerns the alleged programmatic moderation and convergence with the mainstream right of this...