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Well, Actually [chapter]

Faith Agostinone-Wilson
2020 Enough Already! A Socialist Feminist Response to the Re-emergence of Right Wing Populism and Fascism in Media  
This is then paired with participation and the immediacy of response, which represents the power of "belonging to a cohesive group with the thrill of cultural transgression" (para. 23).  ...  Benkler et al. note that while disinformation is nothing new nor the exclusive property of the Right, the fusion of attacks on the mainstream media with Trump's Twitter persona and discourse is distinct  ... 
doi:10.1163/9789004424531_006 fatcat:u5k2qqrgknds7ixkmfcrzwshty

President Trump as status dysfunction

Barry Gills, Heikki Patomäki, Jamie Morgan
2018 Organization  
Trump's response to Frazier was not a polite expression of disappointment, a thank you for your service, I hope you subsequently change your mind, but rather an immediate Twitter attack on the business  ...  He has tended to harangue and retreat to Twitter, combining, in terms of norms of presidential behaviour, irresponsibility with a failure to take responsibility.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1350508418815419 fatcat:5me5uthmpbf35opgmmwsgevsie

Editorial to the Issue on Populism and the Remaking of (Il)Liberal Democracy in Europe

Lars Rensmann, Sarah L. De Lange, Stefan Couperus
2017 Politics and Governance  
Populism has become the issue of comparative political science today.  ...  The thematic issue explores the ideological supply, favorable conditions, political contexts and dynamics, as well as the impact of the populist surge in Europe in relation to the systemic consolidation  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Miquelle Marchand of CentERdata for her feedback on the questionnaire, and the participants of the panel 'The Study of Populism Through Experiments' at ECPR  ... 
doi:10.17645/pag.v5i4.1328 fatcat:ixfm3lqwjbadphnp4ukvlui2oa

Populist communication in the new media environment: a cross-regional comparative perspective

Lone Sorensen
2018 Palgrave Communications  
The changing terms of mediation place new demands, opportunities and risks on the performance of the political persona.  ...  Using mixed methods with an interpretive focus, the paper paints a rich picture of the contexts, meanings and means of construction of populist performances.  ...  Acknowledgements The South African part of this study was conducted in the context of the project 'Media, Conflict and Democratisation' (www.mecodem.eu), led by Katrin Voltmer, University of Leeds (UK)  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41599-018-0101-0 fatcat:bmwjdwkhsbdpjmiktjvjens2za

Working Loose: A Response to "Donald Trump Shoots the Match" by Sharon Mazer

Claire Warden, Broderick Chow, Eero Laine
2018 TDR: The Drama Review  
Look again at Trump's performance in the second debate with Hillary Clinton on 9 October 2016.  ...  They want to see the play between wrestlers and fans as an opening for real political debate and change; I see it more as a symptom of realpolitik, more static and less dynamic, deceptive for the way it  ... 
doi:10.1162/dram_c_00764 fatcat:f25lq4fz7bfgzedfgh4srh4m3i

Sharon Mazer Responds to Warden, Chow, and Laine

2018 TDR: The Drama Review  
McMahon performed an expert heel turn: a craven villain, egging the audience to taunt him as a clueless, elitist frontman as he did the job of casting Trump as an (unlikely) babyface, the crowd's champion  ...  2 He's currently President of the USA, but a scant 10 years ago, Donald Trump stepped into the squared circle, facing off against WWE owner and quintessential heel Mr.  ...  Look again at Trump's performance in the second debate with Hillary Clinton on 9 October 2016.  ... 
doi:10.1162/dram_c_00065 fatcat:c4afk2arqnebhmidebyvmjbbay

Imagine All the People: The Populist and Anti-Populist Discourses of Serbian and Croatian Protests (2017–2020)

Ewa Wróblewska-Trochimiuk
2022 AUC STUDIA TERRITORIALIA  
It presents various types of the visual discourse of populism: the discourse of the masses, the discourse of polarization, the discourse of vulnerability, and the discourse of the gallows.  ...  The aim of this article is to analyze the anti-populist and populist elements in the visual language of selected political manifestations.  ...  Erik Page Bucy et al., "Performing Populism: Trump's Transgressive Debate Style and the Dynamics of Twitter Response," New Media & Society 22, no. 4 (2020): 634-658, doi: 10.1177/1461444819893984; Maria  ... 
doi:10.14712/23363231.2022.3 fatcat:swm2ddy73zas7gs5tij6pcfbo4

The Political Force of the Comedic

Julie Webber, Mehnaaz Momen, Jessyka Finley, Rebecca Krefting, Cynthia Willett, Julie Willett
2020 Contemporary Political Theory  
Acknowledgments Much thanks to our research assistants for this Critical Exchange, Rebekah Spera and Liza Willett.  ...  argues that such protests, if subjects perform them within the most favorable conditions, have the capacity to transgress, reveal the limits of, and perhaps even defeat some forms of institutional oppression  ...  During the height of protests for Black Lives Matter in June 2020, Dave Chappelle gave a moving performance in response to the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers.  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41296-020-00451-z fatcat:ofsnpqd57vgmja63sz543emq4e

Action in culture: Act I of the presidential primary campaign in the U.S., April to December, 2015

Jason L. Mast
2016 American Journal of Cultural Sociology  
dynamism and flow.  ...  Interpreting the political process as social performance means seeing aspirants to and holders of political office as actors continually engaging in interpretive and constitutive performances.  ...  The production combined with Trump's discourse and performative stylings to cultivate dimensions of charisma (Smith 2000) .  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41290-016-0009-3 fatcat:v3ydsmx4gzay7pva5hev2yxxbm

Introduction

Louise Fabian, Louise Yung Nielsen
2020 Conjunctions Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation  
The introduction introduces, explores and links the intersectional turn in feminism, different theories of everyday resistance and the role of culture in politics and resistance.  ...  all over the world and have inspired the protest repertoires and analytical frameworks of both social movements and more informal forms of everyday resistance.  ...  Reestorff explore the President of the United States Donald Trump's activity on Twitter as a type of cyberbullying.  ... 
doi:10.7146/tjcp.v7i1.119852 fatcat:7xqhtd7yv5eptckvnf76ulkhlm

1 The politics of social media manipulation [chapter]

Richard Rogers, Sabine Niederer
2020 The Politics of Social Media Manipulation  
the question of persuasion.  ...  More generally, the scholarship could be divided into waves, whereby the first related to the definitional issues and the production side, whilst the second has been concerned with its consumption, including  ...  The performance measures are based on the virality of posts, and those that work well are emulated. There are particular formats as well as styles that drive engagement.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9789048551675-002 fatcat:zdynhsmrwvbpjn4d4hi56hn3ly

Fake news: emotion, belief and reason in selective sharing in contexts of proximity

João Carlos Correia, Pedro Jerónimo, Anabela Gradim
2019 Brazilian Journalism Research  
This text addresses the phenomenon of so-called fake news in the new media ecosystem, namely in contexts of increasing influence of populist discourse and action, such as Brazil, the UK, the USA, Italy  ...  It does so by way of some characteristics already implicit in the limited effects theory: a) fake news involves, in a specific way, the participation of its receivers in disseminating and sharing it; b  ...  and angles from which those themes are addressed, leading to ethnonationalism, populism, and the polarization and grouping of political life.  ... 
doi:10.25200/bjr.v15n3.2019.1219 fatcat:zju6vlo6yzhofbgyeepcxrpzwy

'This Web Page Should Not Exist' [chapter]

Mojca M. Plesničar, Pika Šarf
2020 Introducing Vigilant Audiences  
Yet when physical posters of the denunciations appeared in the nation's capital, a counter-denunciation arose against the anonymous authors of the Tumblr page, and a broader debate emerged about the appropriateness  ...  Not only does this case raise the issue of who is entitled to denounce, but also how the notion of 'the public' itself may be context-specific and contested.  ...  One of the defining features of populism is the claim by the activists involved that they are taking charge of or responsibility for a cause on behalf of a silent majority or a wider population.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0200.08 fatcat:2zg6xuvdtjbtlaywz7igks6gyq

Introduction: Cultural sovereignty – claims, forms and contexts beyond the modern state [chapter]

Gregor Feindt, Bernhard Gissibl, Johannes Paulmann
2021 Cultural Sovereignty beyond the Modern State  
of sovereignties through sharing and the intentional blurring of stakes and ultimate responsibilities.  ...  and scholarly debate as well as a feature of political practice.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110679151-001 fatcat:ozqdizsjjzfbzne2e4vramhv2m

Volume 66.1 (2021)

2021 American Studies  
We want to be rid of smack and crack. We want to retire by the river and raise collard greens in abandoned fields. We want our ancestors to rest in peace. We are seizing the hour.  ...  We want to retire by the river, and plant collard greens in abandoned fields. We want our ancestors to rest in peace. We want our city back. We don't want law and order. We want justice and jobs.  ...  populism in the last days of Trump's reign.  ... 
doi:10.33675/amst/2021/1/1 fatcat:2pzafrkb6ndmhope6ewwzi6to4
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