Marko Ribać, PhD
The project aims to inform strategies to increase democratic resilience by studying the mechanisms “exclusionary populists” use to increase their power by undermining the Rule of Law.
- Affective Media: Transformations of Public Communication
- Enacting Citizenship and Solidarity in Europe “From Below”: Local Initiatives, Intersectional Strategies and Transnational Networks [ECSEuro]
- Populist Backlash, Democratic Backsliding, and the Crisis of the Rule of Law in European Union
- Equality and human rights in times of global governance
- Political and Media Populism: “Refugee crisis” in Slovenia and Austria
- Gender differentiation in media industry
- Communication Practices in the Context of Social Uprising and Requests for Public Accountability
- Digital Citizenship (DIG-CIT)
The authors analyse populism as a style of communication that is reproduced through the media or reproduced by the media (i.e. by the journalists themselves).
- Article Political and media populism in television political interviews
- Article Media Populism and Affective Journalism: Newspaper Commentary on the Refugee Crisis
- Review of existing survey data on migration and populism in Austria and Slovenia
- Collection of scientific papers ‘Social Inequality and Politics’
- Sensitizing the concept of mediatization for the study of social movements, Article in Communications