Digitális populizmus Magyarországon: a Jobbik Facebook követői

A brit Demos a Political Capital Institute közreműködésével elkészítette az első olyan tanulmányt, amely a Jobbik Magyarországért Mozgalom Facebook-követőinek jellemzőit mutatja be. A kutatás alapjául egy több mint 2000 Facebook-felhasználó által kitöltött kérdőív szolgált. Ebben a témában mindeddig ez minősül a legnagyobb léptékű kutatásnak. Az eredmények – egyes hagyományos, offline közvélemény-kutatásokkal összhangban – a Jobbik  Read more

January 30, 2012 in Hungarian, Hungary, Research

Anti-Semitism and Anti-Semitic Conspiracy Theories: A Joint Conference by Political Capital Institute and Central European University

The 2008 global financial crisis breathed new life into anti-Semitic conspiracy theories – a phenomenon that has deep roots in Western culture, but has been known to subside from time to time. Economic hardship has driven people to seek out a familiar scapegoat: It has given new teeth to classic political anti-Semitism, which builds upon old stereotypes, and has sharpened anti-Semitic speech, both coded and open. The theory that Jews are profiting from the economic crisis has gained widespread acceptance in Europe. Such ideas are even gaining traction in countries that have negligible Jewish populations, such as Italy and Spain. Research suggests that anti-Jewish sentiment has been strengthening in Hungary over the past few years.

December 22, 2010 in English, Events, News, Research

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