TOC: German Politics and Society - The 2017 Bundestag Election and its Aftermath (2018)

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This special issue of German Politics and Society is titled The 2017 Bundestag Election and its Aftermath.” Ranging in topic from gender images throughout Angela Merkel’s campaigns to the role of mainstream media in German politics, this issue explores the future of German politics in the wake of the Alternative for Germany’s successful 2017 Bundestag election.

 

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Volume 36, Issue 1

The 2017 Bundestag Election and its Aftermath


Introduction

Merkeldämmerung, Eric Lagenbacher

http://bit.ly/2k61EjY

 

Articles

Kan-di(e)-dat?: Unpacking Gender Images across Angela Merkel’s Four Campaigns for the Chancellorship, 2005-2017, Joyce Marie Mushaben

http://bit.ly/2IuF3w6

 

The Race for Third: Small Parties in the 2017 Bundestag Election, David F. Patton

http://bit.ly/2KE108X

 

The Left Party and the AfD: Populist Competitors in Eastern Germany, Jonathan Olsen

http://bit.ly/2k6InPq

 

Two of the Same Kind?: The Rise of the AfD and its Implications for the CDU/CSU, Matthias Dilling

http://bit.ly/2rWpPou

 

Pointing Fingers at the Media?: Coverage of the 2017 Bundestag Election, Alexander Beyer and Steven Weldon

http://bit.ly/2LbF1XG


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