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Digitalization and Political Party Life in Poland – A Study of Selected Communication Habits of Party Members and Elective Representatives

Weiss-Yaniv. (2018). “Start Spreading the News: A Comparative Experiment on the Eff ects of Populist Communication on Political Engagement in Sixteen European Countries.”, The International Journal of Press/Politics vol. 23 (4) pp. 517–538. Heidar, Knut, and Jo Saglie. (2003). “Predestined Parties?: Organizational Change in Norwegian Political Parties.” Party Politics vol. 9 no. 2 (March 2003) pp. 219–39. Iosifidis, Petros and Mark Wheeler. (2016). Public Spheres and Mediated Social Networks in the Western Context and Beyond . London: Palgrave

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How to run an efficient political machine: the billionaire Andrej Babiš and his political-business project

–115. Hopkin, Jonathan and Paolucci, Caterina (1999): The Business Firm Party Model of Party Organisation. European Journal of Political Research 35(3): 307–339. Charvát, Jakub and Just, Petr (2016): Krize politického stranictví a noví straničtí aktéři v české politice [The crisis of political partisanship and new party actors in Czech politics]. Praha: MUP. Ignazi, Piero (2010): The Three Ages of Party Politics in Postwar Italy. In Lawson, Kay (ed.): Political Parties and Democracy . Vol. II., Europe. Santa Barbara: Praeger, 47–70. Karvonen, Lauri

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Bauska’s Chairmen: Party Leadership and Twitter Engagement in Estonian and Latvian Populist Far-Right Parties

References Art, D. (2018) ‘Party Organization and the Radical Right.’ In J. Rydgren (Ed) The Oxford Handbook of the Radical Right , pp. 349–364 (Oxford: Oxford University Press). Auers, D. (2015) Comparative Government of the Baltic States: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in the 21st Century . Palgrave Macmillan. Auers, D. & Kasekamp, A. (2013) ‘Comparing Radical Right Populism in Estonia and Latvia,’ in: R. Wodak, M. KhosraviNik, & B. Mral, (Eds), Right-Wing Populism in Europe: Politics and Discourse , pp. 235–248 (London: Bloomsbury

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Change and Stability. How the Party Leaderships of the Danish Progress Party and Danish People’s Party are Organized

Theory of Party Goals and Party Change. Journal of Theoretical Politics 6(3). Katz, Richard S. & Peter Mair (1992) Party Organizations — A Data Handbook. London: Sage. Katz, Richard S. & Peter Mair (red.) (1994) How Parties Organize . London: Sage. Katz, Richard S. & Peter Mair (1995) ‘Changing Models of Party Organizations and Party Democracy: The Emergence of the Cartel Party’. Party Politics 1(1): 5–28. Katz, Richard S. and Peter Mair. 2018. Democracy and the Catelization of Political Parties . Oxford: Oxford University Press

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When Charisma is no Longer Enough. Insights on Populist Parties’ Leadership from the (Northern) League

: change and adaptation in party organizations in Western democracies. London, Thousand Oaks and New Delhi, Sage. Kenig, O. [2008]. Democratization of Party Leadership Selection: Do Wider Selectorates Produce More Competitive Contests?. Electoral Studies, 28(2), pp. 240–247. Kriesi, H. (2014). The populist challenge. West European Politics, 37(2), pp. 361–378. Kriesi, H., & Pappas, T.S. (eds.) (2015). European populism in the shadow of the great recession. Colchester, Ecpr Press. Kriesi, H., Grande, E., Lachat, R., Dolezal, M., Bornschier, S

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To Show, But Not to Disclose. The Willingness of Polish Political Parties to Disclose Information On their Structures

2018 r. poz. 1330. Van Biezen , I., Romée Piccio , D . (2013). Shaping Intra-Party Democracy: On the Legal Regulation of Internal Party Organizations . In: Cross, W. P., Katzthe, R. S. eds. Challenges Of Intra-Party Democracy . Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 27–48.

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How Social Media Managers for Danish Political Parties Perceive User-Generated Content

three codes primarily pertain to access and interaction, while the final code, (user) influence, relates to political participation. Following the analysis, we discuss the implications of our findings in relation to this theoretical framework. Findings Across the 18 interviews, the respondents articulate that public social media accounts, particularly on Facebook, have become central components in communication strategies for both party organisations and individual political candidates. This is reflected in each party organisation, in which increasing amounts of

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Crowning Moments
Transformative populist use of the media and the case of Carl I. Hagen

ideology” ( Freeden, 1998 ; Mudde, 2004 ) that eschews detail-rich policy programmes in favour of sweeping, often slogan-driven policy solutions centring on the populist leader’s supposedly exceptional leadership abilities. Populists are also often very sceptical of party organisations and prefer unmediated decision-making by a strong leader. Mogens Glistrup, for example, opposed a party organisation because he did not want to be bothered with it, while Anders Lange saw party organisations as the mode of establishment politics ( Harmel et al., 2018 ). Populists

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Logics of the Icelandic Hybrid Media System
Snapchat and media-use before the 2016 and 2017 Althing elections

communication in the country, but it also provides an interesting case because of the dynamics of a hybrid media system, where both candidates and party organizations systematically target political messages to different audiences through a variety of media channels ( Chadwick et al., 2016 ). A number of studies have been conducted on the use of social media in election campaigns in Scandinavia, many of them involving the use of Twitter ( Jungherr, 2016 ), but only very few studies include Iceland ( Bergsson 2014 ; Guðmundsson, 2014 Guðmundsson, 2016 ) According to one of

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Constitutionalizing Power: How Do Rules Legitimize the Executive?

Journal of Political Research, 51: 693-699. Heritier, Adrienne. 1999. “Elements of democratic legitimation in Europe: an alternative perspective”, Journal of European Public Policy, 6 (2): 269-282. Katz, Richard S. and Peter Mair. 1995. “Changing Models of Party Organization and Party Democracy: The Emergence of the Cartel Party”, Party Politics 1 (1): 5-28. Molenaar, Fransje. 2014. “Legitimizing political party representation: Party law development in Latin America”, International Political Science Review, 35 (3): 324

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