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Causes and consequences of the rise of populist radical right parties and movements in Europe
J Muis, T Immerzeel
Current Sociology 65 (6), 909-930, 2017
3602017
The rise of right‐wing populist Pim Fortuyn in the Netherlands: A discursive opportunity approach
R Koopmans, J Muis
European Journal of Political Research 48 (5), 642-664, 2009
3042009
Online discontent: Comparing Western European far-right groups on Facebook
O Klein, J Muis
European societies 21 (4), 540-562, 2019
1222019
Simulating political stability and change in the Netherlands (1998-2002). An agent-based model of party competition with media effects empirically tested.
JC Muis
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 13 (2), 4, 2010
412010
How to find the ‘winning formula’? Conducting simulation experiments to grasp the tactical moves and fortunes of populist radical right parties
J Muis, M Scholte
Acta Politica 48 (1), 22-46, 2013
272013
Radical right populism
J Muis, T Immerzeel
Sociopedia. isa, 1-18, 2016
242016
The rise and demise of the Dutch extreme right: Discursive opportunities and support for the center democrats in the 1990s
J Muis
Mobilization: An International Quarterly 20 (1), 41-60, 2015
222015
Dissecting electoral support for the far right: a comparison between mature and post-communist European democracies
T Brils, J Muis, T Gaidytė
Government and Opposition 57 (1), 56-83, 2022
212022
Pim Fortuyn: The Evolution of a Media Phenomenon
JC Muis
PhD dissertation, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 2012
212012
Challenges and opportunities of social media research: Using Twitter and Facebook to investigate far right discourses
J Muis, O Klein, G Dijkstra
Researching the Far Right, 147-163, 2020
202020
The rise of right-wing populist Pim Fortuyn in the Netherlands: A discursive
R Koopmans, J Muis
192009
Arrived in power, and yet still disgruntled? How government inclusion moderates ‘protest voting’for far-right populist parties in europe
J Muis, T Brils, T Gaidytė
Government and Opposition 57 (4), 749-778, 2022
152022
The rise of right-wing populist Pim Fortuyn in the Netherlands: A discursive opportunity approach
R Koopmans, J Muis
DEU 2008, 21, 2008
112008
Dividing between ‘us’ and ‘them’: The framing of gender and sexuality by online followers of the Dutch populist radical right
R Fiers, J Muis
European journal of politics and gender 4 (3), 381-402, 2021
102021
Why are citizens in post-communist countries less politically active than in West European societies? The contextual impact of social trust
T Gaidyte, J Muis, B Klandermans
Explaining Political Participation in Mature and Post-communist Democracies …, 2015
102015
Bedreigde identiteiten: De wisselwerking tussen anti-islambewegingen en de radicale islam
B Klandermans, J van Stekelenburg, C Duijndam, A Honari, J Muis, ...
Amsterdam: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 2016
42016
Populists as Chameleons? An Adaptive Learning Approach to the Rise of Populist Politicians
J Muis
European Quarterly of Political Attitudes and Mentalities 4 (2), 56-74, 2015
42015
To vote or to boycott? Social contagion and the electoral uprising of the Iranian Green Movement in the 2013 presidential elections
A Honari, J Muis
Annual Conference of the Dutch and Flemish Sociological Associations …, 2014
42014
Refraining or resisting: responses of Green Movement supporters to repression during the 2013 Iranian Presidential Elections
A Honari, J Muis
Global Policy 12, 106-118, 2021
32021
Examining political participation in Lithuania: The direct and mediated effects of social trust
T Gaidyte, J Muis
Baltic Journal of Political Science 2019 (9-10), 41-71, 2019
32019
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