“Scholarship on social movement lifecycles has focused on mobilization processes, with relatively less attention on the ends, demobilization,” Michael Zeller, researcher of DI’s BRaVE project writes in his article published in Mobilization.
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“In foreign policy populism serves as a political argument to enable status elevation on the international stage,” our Research Affiliate Erin K. Jenne and Peter Visnovitz argue in their article published as part of a special issue on populism in foreign policy in Comparative European Politics.
The erection of statues of Horthy, Hungary’s controversial interwar leader, demonstrates that a paradigm shift successfully reshapes memory discourse, our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto writes in her article published in Journal of Genocide Research.
“Mentoring remains highly apolitical, having as its primary object ‘people to be developed’ and not the structure that is to do the developing,” our Research Fellow Abel Beremenyi writes in his article published by the British Journal of Sociology of Education.
“Why are some democracies more resilient than others to the current trend of autocratization?”, our Senior Research Fellow Wolfgang Merkel and his co-author Anna Luhrmann ask in their article published in Democratization.
“Countries with more democratic political institutions experienced deaths on a larger per capita scale than less democratic countries,” our Research Affiliate Michael Dorsch and co-authors Gabriel Cepaluni and Reka Branyiczki write in their article published in Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice.
“Traditional ideas about ‘left’ and ‘right’ and ‘progressive’ and ‘conservative’ need to be rethought,” our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto and Borbala Juhasz write in their article published in Zeitschrift für Menschenrechte.
“Governments attempt to reorganize civic space through a dual process of selective in- and exclusion of civil society organizations,” Conny Roggeband (University of Amsterdam) and our Senior Research Fellow Andrea Krizsan write in their article published in Global Policy.
Our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto and Fanni Svegel examine in their article, published in Per Aspera ad Astra, how wartime rape and the gynecologists’ lobbying power affected birth control in Hungary.
The question of where “dilettantish or propaganda-oriented historians are coming from has not been asked,” our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto and Ildiko Barna write in their article in Contemporary European History, published online by Cambridge University Press.