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Gintaras Aleknonis and Renata Matkevičienė

. 14. Ganusauskas, Edmundas. Taikinys Nr. 1. Vilnius: Lietuvių tauta, 2004. 15. Grigas, Romualdas. “Teisinės valstybės trikdžiai: civilizacinės negalios Lietuvoje kontūrai.” Jurisprudencija 19 (11) (2001): 9–18. 16. Jagers, Jan, and Stefaan Walgrave. “Populism as political communication style: An empirical study of political parties’ discourses in Belgium.” European Journal of Political Research 46 (2007): 319–345. 17. Jakobson, Mari–Liis, ed. Populism in the Baltic States. A Research Report. Tallinn University Institute of Political Science

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Maria Daniela Poli

. [online] London: Demos. Available at: <> [Accessed 6 October 2016]. Baumel, L., 2014. How to Reinvigorate Social Democracy to Fight Populism in Europe. In: Hillebrand, E., ed 2014, Right Wing Populism in Europe - How do we Respond? Berlin: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, International Policy Analysis, pp. 2-3. Bebnowsky, D., 2015. Die Alternative für Deutschland. Aufstieg und gesellschaftliche Repräsentanz einer rechten populistischen Partei. Wiesbaden

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Aaron T. Walter

References Albertazzi, D; McDonnell, D 2008. Twenty-First Century Populism. Palgrave MacMillan. Arditi, B 2007. Politics on the Edges of Liberalism: Difference, Populism, Revolution, Agitation. Edinburgh University Press. Canovan, M 1981. Populism. Houghton Mifflin. Čemez A., and M. Klus 2012, “Politický marketing v podmienkach SR a ČR” [Political Marketing Conditions in the Slovak Republic and Czech Republic] in 20 rokov transformácie: postavenie politickej komunikácie v Českej republike a na

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Ivor Altaras Penda and Marin Zekaj


Based on the previously published researches of the phenomenon of populism and its presence in the Republic of Croatia, and using methodological contents analyis matrix, which has been developed by B. Šalaj and M. Grbeša Zenzerović, this paper deals with the research of the presence of populism in the early Parliamentary election held in 2016. The researches of the phenomenon of populism have been intensified on both local and global level, and populism, as a concept, is becoming increasingly present in social and political discourse. However, everyone and everything is then easily classified as populistic. In the context of the Republic of Croatia, which has been through numerous state orders throughout its political history, this paper is going to examine if there was populism, as an aspect of political action, in the 2016 elections, and it is going to potentially identify the political actors, who have been using populistic features in their political careers. Furthermore, it is going to examine which kind of populism it is.

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Ilze Balcere

REFERENCES Albertazzi, D., McDonnell, D. (eds.). (2008). Twenty-first Century Populism: The Spectre of Western European Democracy. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Albertazzi, D., Mueller, S. (2013). Populism and liberal democracy: Populists in government in Austria, Italy, Poland, and Switzerland. Government and Opposition , Vol. 48 (3). Bale, T., van Kessel, S., Taggart, P. (2011). Thrown around with abandon? Popular understandings of populism as conveyed by the print media: a UK case study. Acta Politica , 46. Canovan, M. (2002

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Jogilė Stašienė

References Abts, K. and Rummens S., 2007. Populism versus Democracy. Political Studies, 55(2), pp. 405-424. Bingelienė, R., 2015. Darius Kuolys: Ačiū vilniečiams už pasitikėjimą - stengsimės jį pateisinti. [online] Available at: <>[Accessed 19 March 2015]. Blais, A., Gidengil, E. and Nevitte, N., 2004. Where does Turnout Decline Come from? European Journal of Political Research, 43(2), pp. 221

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Arkadiusz Żukowski

References Adams, Martin, and John Howell. 2001. “Redistributive Land Reform in Southern Africa.” ODI. Natural resources perspectives 64: 1-6. 15 Nov. 2016. < les/odi-assets/publications-opinion-fi les/2831.pdf>. “Beyond Populism or Paralysis: Engaging Civil Society in Policy Dialogue about the Green Paper on Land Reform and Rural Development.” n.d. 15 Nov. 2016. <

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Attila Ágh

References Ashton, C., 2011. Statement by High Representative Catherine Ashton on the occasion of the International Day of Democracy on 15 September 2011. Council of the European Union. Available at: <> [Accessed on 17 October 2015]. Ádám, Z. and A. Bozóki. 2011. From Surrogate Religion to Surrogate Democracy: Paganized Christianity and Right-wing Populism in Hungary. Department of Political Science, Central European University. Available at

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Bruce G. Peabody

. B The President’s Populist Iconoclasm The President’s well-documented populism is another vector for conflict with courts. While populism is an open, substantively thin ideology, it is distinguished by an anti-elitism in general, and skepticism toward establishment officials and institutions in particular. Cas Mudde & Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser, Populism: A Very Short Introduction (2017). In the populist worldview, these organizations and figures impede or obscure the actual wishes of a unified and “authentic people,” and only true leaders from outside this

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Vladimír Naxera and Petr Krčál

only be disruptive, but wholly useless, as the whole-corpus approach analyzes the actor as such – thus, for instance, the specific interview/speech/text in which the actor uttered the information is not relevant. Introduction The issue of populism is presently one of the crucial political science topics on the levels of both political theory and empirical research. Research has dealt with a wide spectrum of political actors – the populist behavior of regimes as wholes (e.g., Antal 2017 ); political parties, movements, and associations (e.g., Mudde 2007