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Can democratic innovations (DIs) offer a cure for the widespread loss of support for electoral institutions? This widely held assumption among advocates of DIs should be questioned more thoroughly. Insufficient attention has been paid so far to the impact of different types of DIs on electoral...
The economic crisis of 2008 resulted in rising levels of unemployment, which were accompanied by protests in many countries. This led to a scientific debate on the influence of grievances on political participation. Previous studies have shown that individual affectedness leads to ‘exiting’,...
Although a growing body of research addresses the role of religion in the political engagement of Muslims, a dearth of studies scrutinizes whether intersecting power dynamics (i.e., gender and religion) shape Muslims’ political participation. In this study, we apply an intersectional approach to...
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