Pál Susánszky and his colleagues have recently published an article entitled "Radical-Right Political Activism on the Web and the Challenge for European Democracy: A Perspective from Eastern and Central Europe" in Democracy and Fake News Information Manipulation and PostTruth Politics edited by Serena Giusti and Elisa Piras (Routledge).
"Over the last decade, European democracies have experienced a dramatic rise in radical right popularity and mobilization. The growth of these actors has been mirrored online, however, to date, while research on Western right-wing extremism on the web is increasing; scarce attention has been devoted so far on Eastern and Central Europe---where actually these forces are strikingly successful in recent year. In this chapter, by focusing on four CEE countries (Slovakia, Hungary, Czech Republic, and Poland) and the entire party-movements communities of the radical right within them, the intensity, forms of the activism of the radical right on the Internet will be unveiled, with particular attention to the construction of collective identities and political engagement through visual and narrative repertoires."
Caiani, Manuela, és Pál Susánszky. 2021. „Radical-Right Political Activism on the Web and the Challenge for European Democracy: A Perspective from Eastern and Central Europe”. In Democracy and fake news: information manipulation and post-truth politics, Politics, media and political communication, szerk. Serena Giusti és Elisa Piras. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY: Routledge.