The Democratic Efficacy and the Varieties of Populism in Europe (DEMOS) team has published its first newsletter, offering insight into the project’s approaches to studying populism and the research that has been made so far.
The selected content of the issue investigates populism through the lenses of democratic efficacy, a new concept that combines attitudinal features (political efficacy) with political skills, values, knowledge, and democratic opportunity structures. Below is a preview of some of the blog posts and video interviews you will find in this edition:
The team also announced the upcoming launch of the Scientific Communication Platform, where visitors will be able to engage with researchers, discuss topics related to populism, and get free access to cutting-edge research.
Read the full issue here.
Visit the DEMOS website here.