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Open Access Rechtspopulismus als Desiderat der sozial-ökologischen Transformationsforschung

This article is Open Access under the terms of the Creative Commons CC BY licence.

Bislang wurde der Rechtspopulismus in der interdisziplinären Nachhaltigkeitsforschung kaum berücksichtigt. Ebenso behandelt die Forschung zu Rechtspopulismus kaum Umweltthemen. Die Forschungslücken sind also offensichtlich ‐ von einer engeren Zusammenarbeit könnten beide Forschungscommunities profitieren.

Keywords: climate denialism; environmental attidudes; right-wing populism; socio-ecological transformation

Document Type: Rapid Communication

Publication date: March 25, 2021

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