Articles by Alexander Langenkamp

August 31, 2023

🔮 Populism and protest at the ballot box

Alexander Langenkamp
Alexander Langenkamp and Simon Bienstman argue that populist parties appeal strongly to citizens who feel vulnerable and discontented in ways that may be more than just political. This is an important explanatory factor of the electoral success of populist parties as a symptom of 'protest at the ballot box'
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Alexander Langenkamp
Postdoctoral Social Scientist, Goethe University Frankfurt

Alexander is an empirical social scientist.

His research, located at the intersection between political sociology and social psychology, focuses on the influence of social belonging, loneliness, and life circumstances on political participation and behaviour.

He has been published in several international journals, including Political Psychology, European Societies and Social Science Quarterly.

He tweets @Al_Langenkamp

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