We are delighted to announce that the project ‘RADAR - Mapping the radical right populism and their discourses in public spheres: the case of Romania and Hungary’ has been supported by the Incubator Funding scheme of Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
The 2-year-long empirical examination is driven by the main research question: what are the differences and similarities concerning the media visibility of radical right populism in Romania and Hungary?
To answer the question, a multi-method approach is provided. We apply quantitative (network analysis) and qualitative (discourse analysis) methods by studying different issues of the public debates.
Principal investigator: Gabriella Szabó PhD, Centre for Social Sciences Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Implementation: from 01/10/2015 to 30/09/2017