New article and blog post: ‘Different actors in anti-Islamic movement’

C-REX scholar Katrine Fangen is Professor of Social Sciences in the Department of Sociology and Human Geography. In this article on the Ideology Theory Practice blog, she summarizes key findings of her previous work on anti-Islamic actors, ranging from social media groups and social movement organisations to political parties and individual politicians.

German Pegida demonstration in 2015. Image: Kalispera Dell/Creative Commons

The article on the Ideology Theory Practice blog, is based on Fangen’s forthcoming publication, co-authored with Maria Reite Nilsen, in the Journal of Political Ideologies.

Katrine Fangen & Maria Reite Nilsen (2020) Variations within the Norwegian far right: from neo-Nazism to anti-Islamism, Journal of Political Ideologies, DOI: 10.1080/13569317.2020.1796347

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