The far right and the environment : politics, discourse and communication / edited by Bernhard Forchtner.Materialtyp: TextReihen: Routledge studies in facism and the far rightVeröffentlichungsangaben: New York Routledge 2020Beschreibung: 333 SISBN: 9781138477865; 9781138477896Schlagwörter: Environmental policy -- Europe | Environmental policy -- United States | Umweltpolitik | Nationalismus | Klimawandel | Ökofaschismus | SiedlerbewegungAndere physische Formen: Online version:: The far right and the environmentDDC-Klassifikation: 363.70094 LOC-Klassifikation: GE190.E85 | F37 2020Andere Klassifikation: 21. Ökologie
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Far-right articulations of the natural environment : an introduction / Bernhard Forchtner -- The trajectory of far-right populism : a discourse-analytical perspective / Ruth Wodak -- Environmental communication research : origins, development and new directions / Anders Hansen -- "Protecting our green and pleasant land" : UKIP, the BNP and a history of green ideology on Britain's far right / Emily Turner-Graham -- From black to green : analysing Le Front National's 'patriotic ecology' / Salomi Boukala and Eirini Tountasaki -- Environmental politics on the Italian far right : not a party issue / Giorgia Bulli -- Sheep in wolves clothing : the Danish far right and 'wild nature' / Christoffer Kølvraa -- Far-right and climate change denial : denouncing environmental challenges via anti-establishment rhetoric, marketing of doubts, industrial/breadwinner masculinities enactments and ethno-nationalism / Martin Hultman, Anna Björk and Tamya Viinikka -- The allure of exploding bats : the Finns Party's populist environmental communication and the media / Niko Hataka and Matti Välimäki -- The ecological component of the ideology and legislative activity of the Freedom Party of Austria / Kristian Voss -- The environmental communication of Jobbik : between strategy and ideology / Anna Kyriazi -- Is brown the new green? : the environmental discourse of the Czech far right / Zbynek Tarant -- Beyond the 'German forest' : environmental communication by the far right in Germany / Bernhard Forchtner and Özgür Özvatan -- The environment as an emerging discourse in Polish far-right politics / Samuel Bennett and Cezary Kwiatkowski -- In the heartland of climate scepticism : a hyperlink network analysis of German climate sceptics and the US right wing / Jonas Kaiser -- Alt-right ecology : ecofascism and far-right environmentalism in the United States / Blair Taylor -- The rhetorical landscapes of the 'alt right' and the patriot movements : settler entitlement to native land / Kyle Boggs -- Looking back, looking forward : a preliminary conclusion on the far right and its natural environment(s) / Bernhard Forchtner.
"At the beginning of the 21st century, both the crisis of liberal democracy, as visible in the rise of far-right actors in Europe and the alt-right phenomenon in the United States, and environmental crises, from declining biodiversity to climate change, are increasingly in the public spotlight. Whilst both areas have been analysed extensively on their own, The Far Right and the Environment: Politics, Discourse and Communication provides much-needed insights into their intersection by illuminating the environmental communication of far-right party and non-party actors in Europe and the United States. Although commonly perceived as a 'left-wing' issue today, concerns over the natural environment by the far right have a centuries-old, ideology-driven history. Thus, it is not surprising that some members of the far right offer distinctive ecological visions of communal life, though, for example, climate-change scepticism is at times voiced too. Investigating this range of stances within their discourse about the natural environment provides a window into the wider politics of the far right and points to a close connection between the politics of identity and the imagination of nature. Connecting the fields of environmental communication and study of the far right, contributions to this edited volume therefore offer timely assessments of this often-overlooked dimension of far-right politics"--