800701 SE Right-Wing Populism and New Right in Innsbruck. Explorations of a Milieu

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SE Right-Wing Populism and New Right in Innsbruck. Explorations of a Milieu
SE 2
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The students are aware of right-wing ideologies and can identify personal needs beyond social echo-chambers. They are able to discuss these from the interdisciplinary point of view of Practical Theology and European Ethnology.

Right-wing populism and New Right are dangers for every "open society" (K. Popper). They are caused by a collective lack of "sense of coherence" (A. Antonovsky). Exploring social empirical data through participant observation is a basis for corresponding micro- and macropolitics. Description and normativity, ethnographical methods and critical discourses will frame further practices.

Discourse-analysis, participant observation, presentation of own observations, discussion of practical strategies.

Active participation and written reflection of acquired insights.

Ernst Hillebrand (Hrsg.), Rechtspopulismus in Europa. Gefahr für die Demokratie?, Bonn 2015.
Jan-Werner Müller, Was ist Populismus? Ein Essay, Berlin 2016.
Oliver Geden, Diskursstrategien im Rechtspopulismus. Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs und Schweizerische Volkspartei zwischen Opposition und Regierungsbeteiligung, Wiesbaden 2006.
Julian Bruns/Kathrin Gösel/Natascha Strobl: Die Identitären. Handbuch zur Jugendbewegung der Neuen Rechten in Europa, Münster 2016.

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Date Time Location
Mon 2017-10-02
15.30 - 17.00 HS I (Theologie) HS I (Theologie) Barrier-free
Mon 2017-10-23
14.00 - 17.00 SR 19 (Sowi) SR 19 (Sowi) Barrier-free
Mon 2017-12-04
14.00 - 17.00 SR 11 (Sowi) SR 11 (Sowi) Barrier-free
Mon 2018-01-22
14.00 - 17.00 SR 2 (Sowi) SR 2 (Sowi) Barrier-free
Mon 2018-01-29
14.00 - 17.00 SR 2 (Sowi) SR 2 (Sowi) Barrier-free