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Sarah L. de Lange
Sarah L. de Lange
Full professor, University of Amsterdam
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A populist Zeitgeist? Programmatic contagion by populist parties in Western Europe
M Rooduijn, SL de Lange, W van der Brug
Party Politics 20 (4), 563-575, 2014
6732014
The populist: An overview of populist, far right, far left and eurosceptic parties in Europe
M Rooduijn, S Van Kessel, C Froio, A Pirro, S De Lange, D Halikiopoulou, ...
5762019
Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe: Into the Mainstream?
T Akkerman, SL de Lange, M Rooduijn
Routledge, 2016
5442016
A new winning formula? The programmatic appeal of the radical right
SL De Lange
Party Politics 13 (4), 411-435, 2007
494*2007
Expressing or fuelling discontent? The relationship between populist voting and political discontent
M Rooduijn, W van der Brug, SL de Lange
Electoral Studies 43, 32-40, 2016
3282016
New Alliances: Why Mainstream Parties Govern with Radical Right‐Wing Populist Parties
SL De Lange
Political Studies 60 (4), 899-918, 2012
2572012
Fortuyn versus Wilders: An agency-based approach to radical right party building
SL de Lange, D Art
West European Politics 34 (6), 1229-1249, 2011
2382011
Radical right parties in office: Incumbency records and the electoral cost of governing
T Akkerman, SL Lange
Government and Opposition 47 (4), 574-596, 2012
2112012
Gender and right-wing populism in the Low Countries: ideological variations across parties and time
SL de Lange, LM Mügge
Patterns of Prejudice 49 (1-2), 61-80, 2015
1932015
Fortuyn's legacy: party system change in the Netherlands
H Pellikaan, SL de Lange, T Van der Meer
Comparative European Politics 5 (3), 282-302, 2007
1822007
Gender and populist radical-right politics: an introduction
N Spierings, A Zaslove, LM Mügge, SL de Lange
Patterns of Prejudice 49 (1-2), 3-15, 2015
1532015
The road from a depoliticized to a centrifugal democracy
H Pellikaan, T Van der Meer, S De Lange
Acta Politica 38 (1), 23-49, 2003
1312003
Blaming Brussels? The Impact of (News about) the Refugee Crisis on Attitudes towards the EU and National Politics
E Harteveld, J Schaper, SL De Lange, W Van Der Brug
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 56 (1), 157-177, 2018
1302018
The Immigration and Integration Debate in the Netherlands: Discursive and Programmatic Reactions to the Rise of Anti-Immigration Parties
S van Heerden, SL de Lange, W van der Brug, M Fennema
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 40 (1), 119-136, 2014
1292014
Inclusion and mainstreaming? Radical right-wing populist parties in the new millennium
T Akkerman, SL de Lange, M Rooduijn
Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe, 19-46, 2016
1062016
The League of Polish Families between East and West, past and present
SL de Lange, S Guerra
Historical Legacies and the Radical Right in Post-Cold War Central and …, 2010
882010
The League of Polish Families between East and West, past and present
SL de Lange, S Guerra
Communist and Post-Communist Studies 42 (4), 527-549, 2009
882009
From Pariah to Power: Explanations for the Government Participation of Radial Right-Wing Populist Parties in West European Parliamentary Democracies
SL De Lange
Antwerp: unpublished PhD thesis, 2008
84*2008
Multiple roots of the populist radical right: Support for the Dutch PVV in cities and the countryside
E Harteveld, W van der Brug, S de Lange, T van der Meer
European Journal of Political Research 61 (2), 440-461, 2022
622022
Persuasive populism? Estimating the effect of populist messages on political cynicism
M Rooduijn, W van der Brug, SL de Lange, J Parlevliet
Politics and Governance 5 (4), 136-145, 2017
592017
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