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Anti-Islamic PEGIDA beyond Germany: Explaining differences in mobilisation
LE Berntzen, M Weisskircher
Journal of Intercultural Studies 37 (6), 556-573, 2016
902016
The strength of far‐right AfD in eastern Germany: The east‐west divide and the multiple causes behind ‘populism’
M Weisskircher
The Political Quarterly 91 (3), 614-622, 2020
672020
Remaining on the streets. Anti-Islamic PEGIDA mobilization and its relationship to far-right party politics
M Weisskircher, LE Berntzen
Radical Right Movement Parties in Europe, 114-130, 2019
382019
Strategic interaction sequences: The institutionalization of participatory budgeting in New York City
I Jabola-Carolus, L Elliott-Negri, JM Jasper, J Mahlbacher, ...
Social Movement Studies 19 (5-6), 640-656, 2020
192020
No strong leaders needed? AfD party organisation between collective leadership, internal democracy, and ‘movement-party’ strategy
AS Heinze, M Weisskircher
Politics and Governance 9 (4), 263-274, 2021
172021
The European Citizens' Initiative. Mobilization strategies and consequences
M Weisskircher
Political Studies 68 (3), 797-815, 2020
172020
How many ‘Europes’? Left-wing and right-wing social movements and their visions of Europe
M Caiani, M Weisskircher
Routledge Handbook of Contemporary European Social Movements. Protest in …, 2020
132020
The electoral success of the radical left: Explaining the least likely case of the Communist Party in Graz
M Weisskircher
Government and Opposition 54 (1), 145-166, 2019
112019
The only frequent flyers left: migrant workers in the EU in times of Covid-19
M Weisskircher, J Rone, M Mendes S.
openDemocracy, 2020
10*2020
New contentious politics. Civil society, social movements, and the polarization of German politics
S Hutter, M Weisskircher
German Politics, 2022
92022
New technologies as a neglected social movement outcome: The case of activism against animal experimentation
M Weisskircher
Sociological Perspectives 62 (1), 59-76, 2019
92019
How Political Parties Respond to Pariah Street Protest: The Case of Anti-Corona Mobilisation in Germany
AS Heinze, M Weisskircher
German Politics, 2022
82022
Global warming and polarization. Wind turbines and the electoral success of the greens and the populist radical right
C Otteni, M Weisskircher
European Journal of Political Research, 2021
82021
Gains and Losses: How Protestors Win and Lose
J Jasper, L Elliott-Negri, I Jabola-Carolus, M Kagan, J Mahlbacher, ...
Oxford University Press, 2022
7*2022
Neue Wahrheiten von rechts außen? Alternative Nachrichten und der „Rechtspopulismus“ in Deutschland
M Weisskircher
Forschungsjournal Soziale Bewegungen 33 (2), 474-490, 2020
72020
Idle democrats? Talking about politics in Germany
M Weisskircher, S Hutter
When Citizens Talk Politics, 77-95, 2019
72019
Protest and electoral breakthrough. Challenger party-movement interactions in Germany
M Weisskircher, S Hutter, E Borbáth
German Politics, 2022
52022
Far-right PEGIDA: Non-violent protest and the blurred lines between the radical and extreme right
S Volk, M Weisskircher
Routledge Handbook on Non-Violent Extremism, 2022
52022
Civil society
M Weisskircher
The Routledge Encyclopedia of Citizen Media, 68-73, 2020
52020
Anti-nationalist Europeans and pro-European nativists on the streets: Visions of Europe from the left to the far right
M Caiani, M Weisskircher
Social Movement Studies 21 (1), 216-233, 2022
42022
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