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  • Publications

    Stoica, Mihnea-Simion (2022). “European Identity as a Cornerstone of Regionalism. Perceptions on the Future of Europe”. Transylvanian Review, 31 (Suppliment No. 2), pp. 267 – 277. Stoica, Mihnea-Simion, “Participatory Democracy as a Favorable Context for Social Innovation. Evidence from the European Union”, forthcoming, Postmodern Openings. Voina, Andreea Nicoleta & Stoica, Mihnea-Simion, “Reframing Leadership: Jacinda Ardern’s […]

  • Conferences & workshops

    April 4-8, 2022: Nationalism and Media, Antwerpen, Belgium Presentation title: Nationalist Populism in Times of Pandemic: Using Social Media to Frame Elites as Enemies of the Nation September 1-10: Workshop on Populism, New York, USA Presentation title: Politics in the Vicinity of War. The New Face of Populist Nationalism in (Eastern) Europe – with a […]

  • Project Director

    The Project Director is Mihnea S. STOICA, PhD. Mihnea S. STOICA is a lecturer at the Department of Communication, Public Relations and Advertising of the College of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences (FSPAC), Babeș-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. His main research interests revolve around political communication, with a special focus on populism, European politics and […]

  • About

    The current project aims to address the topic of populist vulnerability by exploring perceptions related to politics in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and of the war in Ukraine. This will be done by measuring the propensity towards accepting and multiplying populist narratives. The main objectives of the current project are: 1. To conceptualize […]