Central European Journal of Communication, Vol. 12, No 2 (23), Special Issue 2019, ss.152

Editors’ introduction

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.19195/1899-5101.12.2(23).1

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Hyperlink networks as a means of mobilization used by far-right movements

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online mobilization, far-right movements, social network analysis, Czech Republic, Germany, transnationalism

Nonverbal components of the populist style of political communication: A study on televised presidential debates in Poland

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nonverbal communication, populism, political communication, television debates, elections

“Protect our homeland!” Populist communication in the 2018 Hungarian election campaign on Facebook

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populism in Hungary, social media, political communication, campaign rhetoric, populist communication, Hungarian parliamentary campaign in 2018

Examining the populist communication logic: Strategic use of social media in populist political parties in Norway and Sweden

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social media, political communication, populism, election, Norway, Sweden

Media populism in Macedonia: Right-wing populist style in the coverage of the “migrant crisis”

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populism, migration, Macedonia, media, content analysis

Famous women yearn for Putin, and other unlikely tales: Glamorizing right-wing populist actors in the Bulgarian editions of Cosmopolitan and Elle

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women’s magazines, post-communist media, right-wing populist actors, celebritization, populism


Some remarks on the comparative experiment as a method in assessing populist political communication in Europe

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populism, populist communication, comparative experiment


The Hungarian media system under political pressure

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Book reviews

Cas Mudde & Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser (2017). Populism: A very short introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 131, ISBN 9780190234874

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Toril Aalberg, Frank Esser, Carsten Reinemann, Jesper Strömback, Claes H. de Vreese (Eds.) (2017). Populist political communication in Europe. New York-London: Routledge, pp. 402, ISBN 9781138614826, 9781138654792

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.19195/1899-5101.12.2(23).11

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Notes on contributors

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