Make sure that you give explicit references to the literature. You must use the Harvard system, with references in parentheses, i.e. (Anderson 1991, p. 22). Direct quotes have to be indicated clearly with quotation marks or an indentation.
Collect all your sources in a list of references at the end of each question.
Please double-check that you have not omitted any of the in-text references and that you have used your reference style consistently. This list should contain all references in alphabetical order. Do not separate the references based on sources (i.e. book chapter or journal article).
The word limit for each answer is 1100 words for each question. (± 10%) EXLUDING THE REFERENCE LIST. So, 2200 (± 10%) in total
Answer both questions
Make sure to include a word count on both questions
Make sure that your name is on the paper.
Answer both questions/question packages
Question 1 (max. 1100 words ± 10%) Not including reference list. 0—5 points
What is populism? How can and should populism be studied? What do the three analytical approaches (ideational, strategic, and discursive-performative) entail in theory and in practice? Is populism purely an European phenomenon, or is it perhaps rather a global phenomenon?
Feel free to use empirical examples in your answer to explain and make sense of your theoretical argumentation but remember to back up those with references to the course literature.
Question 2 (max. 1100 words ± 10%) Not including reference list. 0—5 points
First. What does the far right (populist radical right) ideology consist of?
Second. How has the far right (populist radical right) developed over time?
Three. Discuss both pro and con-arguments of both engagement and disengagements strategies used by the mainstream parties to counter/answer to this ideology. What are the pros and what are the cons of each strategy?
Feel free to use empirical examples in your answer but remember to back up those with references to the course literature.