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Frank Mols
Media reports continue to attribute the rise in right-wing to the GFC and rising 'relative deprivation', this despite growing evidence for a V-Curve pattern in populist support, with 'relative deprivation' and 'relative gratification' BOTH fueling populist voting.
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Juliet Evans 18 Nov 18
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Studies have shiwn that the vote to leave the EU would not have happened without Tory austerity. And of course all the tabloids/right wing populist media outlets blaming EU for UK poverty.
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Frank Mols 18 Nov 18
Replying to @JulietMEvans
Sure, austerity measures may have made things worse (aggravating relative deprivation), but in order for the UKIP 'Leave' camp to win they needed to attract a large proportion of well-to-do voters (which they did!)
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ShiannonCorcoran 27 May 19
Replying to @f_mols
Available in Australia?
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Frank Mols 27 May 19
Replying to @ShiannonC
Yes, you can order it on-line via the publisher's (CUP) website ), or via the Australian website booktopia at
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Jim Poland 2 Nov 18
Replying to @f_mols
How can I get a copy? Amazon?
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@Philip.Winter-Independent Politician. 8 Feb 19
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That is why millions in Great Britain are now looking to UKIP as a strong but safe pair of hands, especially with so-much threat from Fifth-columnist and Marxist traitors!
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Tanya Smith 25 Mar 19
Replying to @f_mols
Hi Frank, is this available in the UK?
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