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U Dubrovniku u IUC-u od 11. do 13. rujna održana konferencija “Causes, Faces and Consequences of Populism in the Global Political Context: Ugly, Bad, and Sometimes Good?”

Od 11. do 13. rujna u Inter-univerzitetskom centru u Dubrovniku CEDIM je organizirao međunarodnu konferenciju o populizmu. Naglasak je bio na razmatranju postojećih istraživačkih postignuća, mogućnostima unaprijeđenja kvalitete istraživanja, posebice eksperimentalnih pristupa, te proširenju i povezivanju različitih istraživačkih pristupa i metoda.

Na završnom okruglom stolu pod nazivvom How to deal with populism?, poseban naglasak stavljen je na policy preporuke.

S Fakulteta političkih znanosti sudjelovali su:

Nebojša Blanuša, Kosta Bovan, Marko Grdešić, Marijana Grbeša, Berto Šalaj i Nenad Zakošek.

U nastavku slijedi realizirani program konferencije:

 

11 September 2017

12:00 –  15:00   Arrival and registration of participants

15:00 – 15:15    Welcome Address and introduction of participants

15:15 – 16:15     Round table: Few words about the state-of-the-art in studies of populism

Chairs: Kirk Hawkins and Levente Littvay

16:15 – 16:30     Coffee break

16:30 – 19:00    Panel 1 – Faces of Populism

  1. Does Populism Exist? Or Is It Just Contextual Manifestation of Authoritarianism? Murat Ardağ , Bruno Castanho Silva, Steffen Bandlow-Raffalski, Torsten J. Selck, J. Christopher Cohrs, Levente Littvay
  2. Attitudinal Species of Populism: Survey Evidence from Nine European Countries.       Eva Anduiza,  Marc Guinjoan, Guillem Rico
  3. It’s Popular to Be Populist! The Social Desirability of Populist Attitudes. Fabian G. Neuner, Christopher Wratil
  4. Populism and Media Populism in Croatia: The Case of Most (The Bridge). Marijana Grbeša and Berto Šalaj

 

19:00 – 19:20

Invited presentation (special guest)

Populism in Albania                                                                                                                                      

 Lufti Dervishi

 

12 September 2017

10:00 – 12:30     Panel 2 –  Populist Framing

  1. Populist messages, populist sources and participation. Eva Anduiza, Marc Guinjoan, Enrique Hernández & Guillem Rico
  2. The same, only different: Effects of populist framing in Germany. Philipp Thomeczek, M. Murat Ardağ
  3. Five Star Movement Partisan Stereotyping. Alberto Stefanelli
  4. Constructing “the people” in late socialist Serbia: The case of letters to the press. Marko Grdešić

12:30 – 14:00     Lunch – buffet-style at the premises of the IUC.

14:00 – 16:00     Panel 3 – Populism and Emotions

  1. The role of emotions in the activation of populist attitudes. Allison Adams, Ethan Busby, David Doyle, Kirk Hawkins, Fred Wen Jie Tan, Nina Wiesehomeier
  2. Emotions as Moderators of Support for Populist Alternatives. Rosario Aguilar
  3. One and the Same? Reassessing the Causal Relation between Political Trust and Support for Populists. Bruno Castanho Silva, Levente Littvay

16:00 – 16:30     Coffee break

16:30 – 19:00     Panel 4. – Psycho-politics of Populism

  1. Polarizing Populism – Interventions for Amelioration. Jennifer McCoy
  2. Psychological Underpinnings of Populist Attitudes. Levente Littvay, Erin K. Jenne, Bruno Castanho Silva
  3. Individual differences, cognitive load and proclivity to vote for populist parties: the mock election experiment. Nebojša Blanuša & Kosta Bovan
  4. Populist Cognition. Ryan Carlin & Kirk Hawkins

 

13 September 2017

 

10:00 – 12:00     Round table: Policy recommendations – How to deal with populism today?

                               Chairs: Berto Šalaj and Nebojša Blanuša

12:00 – 12:30     Coffee break

12:30 – 13:45     Business meeting: Plans for the future

13:45 – 15:30     Lunch – buffet-style at the premises of the IUC and closing session.

 

 

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