The Interdisciplinary Journal of Populism
The Interdisciplinary Journal of Populism is a bi-annual international, peer-reviewed and open access journal on the study of populism and its manifestations. The journal is of relevance to the work of academics, practitioners, policy makers and civil society. The journal has been developed in the framework of a Jean Monnet Module entitled ‘European Union Law and Governance in Populist Times’ running at the University of Central Lancashire Cyprus between 2019-2022. The Journal is published by the School of Law of the University of Central Lancashire Cyprus.
“The Interdisciplinary Journal of Populism is a bi-annual international, peer-reviewed and open access journal on the study of populism and its manifestations.The journal is of relevance to the work of academics, practitioners, policy makers and civil society.”
Aims and Scope
Populism is a topic currently under consideration by academics, civil society, stakeholders and the general public. The revolt on the right, as embodied in leaders, such as Salvini and Le Pen, and social movements, such as Occupy Wall Street, to name but a few, has been labelled populist. However, academics are not in agreement when it comes to defining, identifying and conceptualising populism, its manifestations and its relationship with liberal democracies. To this end, The Interdisciplinary Journal of Populism seeks to fill the current scientific gap by heightening academic awareness, interaction and discussion on populism, around the world, in a holistic manner, through a variety of disciplines including, but not limited to, political science, law, sociology, media studies, linguistics, gender studies and educational science, with an interest in interdisciplinary work. To this end, the journal encompasses a wide range of areas including, but not limited to, theoretical, normative and contextual discussions of populism and its multiple expressions, the reasons for the rise in populism and the forms of its manifestation, the relationship between populism and the law, the role of new media and mass communication in this framework, the position of gender in populist rhetoric and the role of education in times of populism.
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Authors will enjoy
- Rigorous peer review
- Prompt process and publication
- A widespread audience
- High visibility
- Open access
Next Submission Deadline: 30th June 2021