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Tarik Abou-Chadi
Assistant Professor in political science at the University of Zurich. Elections, political competition, social democracy & the radical right. 🏳️‍🌈
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Tarik Abou-Chadi 10h
Replying to @sethkjolly
Thank you Seth
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theresa gessler 15h
A former classmate from was detained in Belarus on alleged charges of organizing protests One way to support him & others detained is to follow & donate to Thanks for paying attention what's happening there!
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Tarik Abou-Chadi 17h
Der beste Beitrag zur sogenannten Cancel Culture. Mit welch erschreckender Leichtigkeit auch Wissenschaftler mit Begriffen wie "Zensur" und "Mob" um sich werfen hat sich auch in der DFG/Nuhr Debatte gezeigt. Und das in Zeiten wenn rechte Terroristen Morddrohungen verschicken
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Aug 11
Our research field seems so boring all of a sudden
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Aug 11
Yet another very interesting conversation and a great window into the ideas behind „Mouffeian“ activism on the Left.
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Aug 11
Die Antwort ist: ein nicht unbeachtlicher Teil der Wähler*innen handelt so. Themen und Inhalte sind nur ein Teil der Wahlentscheidung. Affekte, Emotionen, persönliche Eindrücke spielen bei vielen eine sehr wichtige Rolle. Viele wissen nur sehr wenig über spezifische Inhalte
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Aug 11
Da ja alle scheinbar so genau wissen wie man Wähler*innen von der Union gewinnt, warum macht die SPD das dann seit 2005 nicht? Die Partei die in den letzten zwei Jahren (pre-Corona) übrigens tatsächlich massiv von der Union gewonnen hat, sind die Grünen...
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Aug 10
Ist irgendwas passiert heute?
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Aug 10
Replying to @COdendahl
Very interesting and important to emphasize Merkel/CDU policies for transformation of German electorate (instead of the usual focus on SPD alone). But 2017 CDU bounce in female share is due to having disproportionately lost male voters to the AfD.
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Aug 10
Replying to @wahlforschung
Hat man wohl mit der großen Ankündigung extra gewartet...
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Aug 10
The SPD leadership nominates finance minister Olaf Scholz to be their Chancellor candidate for the next national election in 2021. This is unlikely to energize anyone but does not come as a surprise due to the lack of any viable alternative.
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Aug 10
Replying to @TinaHassel
Es gibt breite (und in Teilen berechtigte) Kritik an der neuen SPD Führung. Es muss möglich sein diese mit tatsächlichem Inhalt gefüllt in so ein Interview einzubringen. So ein Clip kann dem Anspruch der ARD doch nicht genügen ?
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Aug 10
Zugespitzte, aber angebrachte Kritik an . Gerade wenn man den Clip an sich nimmt. Er ist vollkommen inhaltsleer. Es gibt unfundierte Aussagen zum Rückhalt in der BT Fraktion (ist er da jetzt Insider?) und Pauschalaussagen dazu was die Deutschen halt wollen. 1/2
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Aug 9
Replying to @tabouchadi
These basic parameters still leave room for profound ideological differences and her potential successors represent the full breadth of the current mainstream right in West Europe. Will the next German government still be largely centrist? Yes. Is that Merkelism? Rather not 2/2
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Aug 9
I rarely disagree with but what is labeled „Merkelism“ here to me just seems post-war German raison d‘etat. The German political system, German history and economic integration create an ideological incentive structure that is not specific to Merkel. 1/2
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Aug 9
Also excellent meme to summarize Berlin in your 20s...
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Aug 8
Found the ideal meme to summarize my research...
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Aug 6
Replying to @Kunkakom
Thank you
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Aug 6
I guess this view from my window says I am on vacation now...
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Aug 6
Fascinating, in parts inspiring conversation between and . Favorite part is on how the youth generally went from a marginalized group to a group within the mainstream leaving BAME to represent this experience of marginalization in (popular) culture
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