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Changing working life and the appeal of the extreme right [electronic resource] / edited by J?org Flecker.

Contributor(s): Flecker, J�org, 1959-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Contemporary employment relations: Publisher: Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate Pub. Co., c2007Description: 1 online resource (xi, 269 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9780754683766 (electronic bk.); 0754683761 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Working class -- Europe -- Attitudes | Work environment -- Europe | Radicalism -- Europe | Conservatism -- Europe | Populism -- Europe | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Labor | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Labor & Industrial Relations | Sozialer Wandel | Rechtsradikalismus | Arbeiterklasse | Politische Einstellung | Arbeitswelt | EuropaGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Changing working life and the appeal of the extreme right.DDC classification: 331.2094 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Addressing the link between socio-economic change and right-wing populism and extremism: a critical review of the European literature / Francesca Poglia Mileti and Fabrice Plomb -- Potentials of political subjectivity and the various approaches to the extreme right: findings of the qulaitative research / J�org Flecker, Gundrun Hentges and Gabrielle Balazs -- Perceived socio-economic change and right-wing extremism: results of the SIREN-survey among European workers / Yves De Weerdt, Patrizia Catellani, Hans De Witte and Patrizia Milesi -- Variants of right-wing populist attraction in Austria / J�org Flecker, Sabine Kirschenhofer, Manfred Krenn and Ulrike Papouschek -- Two psychological routes to right-wing extremism: how Italian workers cope with change / Patrizia Catellani and Patrizia Milesi -- Public safety private right: the public-private divide and receptiveness of employees to right-wing extremism in Flanders (Belgium).
The welfare state under pressure: the Danish case / Eva Thoft and Edvin Grinderslev -- Widespread competition and political conversions / Gabrielle Balazs, Jean-Pierre Faguer and Pierre Rimbert -- Changes in the work environment and Germany's extreme right / Gundrun Hentges and Malte Meyer -- Different roads to the siren songs of the extreme right in Hungary / Andr�as T�oth and Istv�an Grajczjar -- Individual expressions of right-wing extremism understanding the affinity to radical populism in observing the changes in the work field: the case of Switzerland / Fabrice Plomb and Francesca Poglia Mileti -- Conclusions and policy implications / J�org Flecker.
Summary: This volume makes a significant contribution to the deeper understanding of the subjective reactions to socio-economic change and its political reverberations. It raises the question of whether, and to what extent, changes in the employment system and in working life contribute to making people receptive to xenophobia, nationalism and racism.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [249]-265) and index.

Addressing the link between socio-economic change and right-wing populism and extremism: a critical review of the European literature / Francesca Poglia Mileti and Fabrice Plomb -- Potentials of political subjectivity and the various approaches to the extreme right: findings of the qulaitative research / J�org Flecker, Gundrun Hentges and Gabrielle Balazs -- Perceived socio-economic change and right-wing extremism: results of the SIREN-survey among European workers / Yves De Weerdt, Patrizia Catellani, Hans De Witte and Patrizia Milesi -- Variants of right-wing populist attraction in Austria / J�org Flecker, Sabine Kirschenhofer, Manfred Krenn and Ulrike Papouschek -- Two psychological routes to right-wing extremism: how Italian workers cope with change / Patrizia Catellani and Patrizia Milesi -- Public safety private right: the public-private divide and receptiveness of employees to right-wing extremism in Flanders (Belgium).

The welfare state under pressure: the Danish case / Eva Thoft and Edvin Grinderslev -- Widespread competition and political conversions / Gabrielle Balazs, Jean-Pierre Faguer and Pierre Rimbert -- Changes in the work environment and Germany's extreme right / Gundrun Hentges and Malte Meyer -- Different roads to the siren songs of the extreme right in Hungary / Andr�as T�oth and Istv�an Grajczjar -- Individual expressions of right-wing extremism understanding the affinity to radical populism in observing the changes in the work field: the case of Switzerland / Fabrice Plomb and Francesca Poglia Mileti -- Conclusions and policy implications / J�org Flecker.

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This volume makes a significant contribution to the deeper understanding of the subjective reactions to socio-economic change and its political reverberations. It raises the question of whether, and to what extent, changes in the employment system and in working life contribute to making people receptive to xenophobia, nationalism and racism.

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