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TitleThe Rise of Right-Populism [electronic resource] : Pauline Hanson’s One Nation and Australian Politics / edited by Bligh Grant, Tod Moore, Tony Lynch
ImprintSingapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2019
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Descript XI, 241 p. 12 illus., 11 illus. in color. online resource


This book is framed by four over-arching narratives of inquiry. While all four are firmly anchored in Australia’s political milieu – and as such are of considerable interest to a range of actors therein (scholars and students, the media, the political class) – they will also be of interest to a global audience. First, ideation. More specifically, what is the nature of populist politics in Australia, why does it consistently resonate with particular electoral demographics, what is the basis of its appeal over and above electoral cycles, and how should we position it in relation to more familiar concepts such as democracy, nationalism and progressive-conservative politics? Second, election. Despite the disparaging tone that the mainstream media can sometimes adopt when discussing electoral outcomes for right-populism and Hanson in particular, why does right-populism consistently resonate with particular electoral demographics, characterized by various criteria – geographic, social class, gender? How does populism play out in electoral cycles, and how do mainstream political partiescapitalize on it for political gain? Third, policy and politics. Much to the disappointment of many, right-populism in Australia generally and PHONP in particular has been influential in policy formulation across a range of domains. These include Indigenous policy and reconciliation, immigration and international relations, industry policy, and the politics of gender. Taking a broader perspective, how does the resurgence of right-populism in Australia today differ from two decades ago, and is the polity, generally speaking, shifting to the right? Fourth, Australia’s right-populism from a comparative international perspective. More specifically, what are the similarities and differences between right-populism in Australia on the one hand and in Europe and the US on the other, and are we justified in concluding, however tentatively, that the rise of right-populism is similar across these polities?


Chapter 1 Introduction -- Chapter 2 One Nation and Militant Democracy -- Chapter 3 Pauline Hanson’s One Nation: “Right Populism” in a Neoliberal World -- Chapter 4 Pauline Hanson One Nation (PHON) and Right-Wing Protective Popular Nationalism: Monocultural tendencies at the expense of social cohesion -- Chapter 5 One Nation and the Heartlands Cleavage -- Chapter 6 Pauline Hanson, Personality and Electoral Fortunes -- Chapter 7 One Nation and Indigenous reconciliation -- Chapter 8 International Relations and Immigration -- Chapter 9 “Manning up” with Pauline Hanson: Playing the Gender Card, Again -- Chapter 10 Rebranded Pauline Hanson: A Party of Policy or Protest? -- Chapter 11 Once as Tragedy and Again as Farce: Hansonism, Backlashers, and Economic Nationalism after Twenty Years -- Chapter 12 Populism and Neo-nationalism in Europe: A Tale of Two Countries

Political leadership Democracy Political science Elections Comparative politics Political Leadership. Democracy. Popular Science in Political Science and International Relations. Electoral Politics. Comparative Politics.


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