volume 23, issue 2, P272-287 2015
DOI: 10.1080/14782804.2015.1026316
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Vassilis Petsinis

Abstract: This article focuses on the party of Jobbik ('The Better') and places its rhetoric and activism within the context of the Hungarian political system and its internal pathologies. A deeper and broader insight of nationalism's socio-psychological appeal in Hungarian politics and society will help the reader understand better why and how the economic crisis has been a watershed for Jobbik's popularity among certain segments of the Hungarian electorate. This piece of work has primarily relied on a qualitative and…

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