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Explaining the salience of anti-elitism and reducing political corruption for political parties in Europe with the 2014 Chapel Hill Expert Survey data

 

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Type:   Article
 
Titre:   Explaining the salience of anti-elitism and reducing political corruption for political parties in Europe with the 2014 Chapel Hill Expert Survey data
 
Auteur(s):   Polk, Jonathan - Centre for European Research (CERGU) (Auteur)
Rovny, Jan - Centre d'études européennes de Sciences Po (Auteur)
Bakker, Ryan - Department of Political Science (S.C) (Auteur)
Edwards, Erica (PhD) - Duke University (Auteur)
Hooghe, Liesbet - Department of Political Science (North Carolina Univ.) (Auteur)
Jolly, Seth - Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs (Auteur)
Koedam, Jelle (Auteur)
Kostelka, Filip (Auteur)
Marks, Gary - Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Auteur)
Schumacher, Gijs (Auteur)
Steenbergen, Marco - Department of Political Science, University of Zurich (Auteur)
Anna Vachudova, Milada - Department of Political Science (North Carolina Univ.) (Auteur)
Zilovic, Marko (Auteur)
 
In:   Research & Politics
 
Date de publication:   2017-01
 
Éditeur:   ROYAUME-UNI  :  SAGE Publications
 
Volume:   4
 
Numéro:   1
 
Pages:   1-9  p.
 
ISSN:   20531680
 
DOI:   10.1177/2053168016686915
 
Mots-clés:   [en] European Union, Expert survey, Political parties, Anti-elite, Corruption
 
Résumé:   [en] This article addresses the variation of anti-corruption and anti-elite salience in party positioning across Europe. It demonstrates that while anti-corruption salience is primarily related to the (regional) context in which a party operates, anti-elite salience is primarily a function of party ideology. Extreme left and extreme conservative (TAN) parties are significantly more likely to emphasize anti-elite views. Through its use of the new 2014 Chapel Hill Expert Survey wave, this article also introduces the dataset.
 
 

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