Article / Theorizing and mapping media ownership networks in authoritarian-populist contexts: a comparative analysis of Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, and Turkey
The article aims to contribute to the ongoing discussions on authoritarian populism and the media, from the lens of the political economy of ownership.
The book Military provides insight into Slovenian military families. The book is authored by a multidisciplinary team of resdearchers: Živa Humer (Peace Institute) and Janja Vuga Beršnak, Jelena Juvan,...
Article / Aligning populist worldviews of citizens to media preferences: peculiarities of an illiberal political context
In this article the authors look at how people’s relations to the media shape their anti-establishment, people-centrist and exclusionist populist worldviews.
Article / Legislative and Judicial Responses to the “Refugee Crisis” in Slovenia and Austria: A Comparative Perspective
In the last issue of the journal ‘Dve domovini/Two Homelands’, Neža Kogovšek Šalamon compares the key normative approaches to responses to the 2015–2016 “refugee crisis” in Slovenia and Austria.
Article / The Transversal Political Logic of Populism: Framing the ‘Refugee Crisis’ in Slovenian Parliamentary Debates
In the article the authors Mojca Pajnik and Emanuela Fabijan analyse how politicians in Slovenia responded to migration during and after the ‘refugee crisis’ (2015–2019).
Article Intersectional representation in online media discourse: reflecting anti-discrimination position in reporting on same-sex partnerships
Taking the example of online media reporting on same-sex partnerships in Slovenia, the authors analyze how power relations are reinforced when one type of media discourse fails to acknowledge...
The monograph brings to the Slovenian academic space some newer research and artistic approaches to the sensory experience of modern urban landscapes,
Liberties and human rights organizations in Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands and Slovenia have looked at how political advertising is regulated in their respective countries. The Slovenian review was...