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Symposium

Het nut van internationale congressen

Tijdschrift Res Publica, Aflevering 2 2012
Auteurs Marcel Wissenburg, Patrick Stouthuysen en Hans Keman
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Marcel Wissenburg
Marcel Wissenburg is hoogleraar politieke theorie en voorzitter van de Sectie Bestuurskunde en Politicologie aan de Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, en Visiting Professor aan de Universiteit Keele.

Patrick Stouthuysen
Patrick Stouthuysen is hoogleraar politicologie aan de Vrije Universiteit Brussel.

Hans Keman
Hans Keman is hoogleraar vergelijkende politicologie aan de Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam.
Editorial

Woord vooraf

Tijdschrift Res Publica, Aflevering 1 2011
Auteurs Patrick Stouthuysen en Dimokritos Kavadias
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Patrick Stouthuysen
Patrick Stouthuysen (1959) is als hoogleraar verbonden aan de vakgroep politieke wetenschappen van de Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Zijn voornaamste onderzoeksinteresses betreffen de geschiedenis van het politieke denken, meer in het bijzonder het liberale politieke denken.

Dimokritos Kavadias
Dimokritos Kavadias (1969) is als docent verbonden aan de vakgroep politieke wetenschappen van de Vrije Universiteit Brussel en aan de master Sociaal Werk aan de Universiteit Antwerpen. Hij doet onderzoek over politieke socialisatie, burgerschapseducatie en onderwijsbeleid.
Artikel

Stadsinnovatie projecten in Vlaamse steden

Op zoek naar succesvolle planningspraktijken

Tijdschrift Bestuurskunde, Aflevering 4 2008
Auteurs Nathalie Vallet, Koenraad Marchand en Patrick Stouthuysen
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Nathalie Vallet
Prof. dr Nathalie Vallet is werkzaam bij de Universiteit Antwerpen, aan de faculteit Toegepaste Economische Wetenschappen en bij de Master Publiek Management van de Universiteit Antwerpen Management School (UAMS).

Koenraad Marchand
Koenraad Marchand werkt als assistent bij de vakgroep Politieke Wetenschappen van de Vrije Universiteit Brussel.

Patrick Stouthuysen
Prof. dr Patrick Stouthuysen is werkzaam bij de vakgroep Politieke Wetenschappen van de Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
Symposium

Schrijven is blijven of toch maar publish or perish?

Wetenschappelijk publiceren in het Nederlands

Tijdschrift Res Publica, Aflevering 2 2008
Auteurs Stefaan Walgrave, Hans Oversloot en Patrick Stouthuysen

Stefaan Walgrave

Hans Oversloot

Patrick Stouthuysen
Article

Sterven voor Sarajevo?

De Joegoslavische kwestie in de Belgische politiek, 1991-1995

Tijdschrift Res Publica, Aflevering 4 2004
Auteurs Patrick Stouthuysen
Samenvatting

    This article deals with the question why the war in Yugoslavia (1991-1 995) was hardly an issue in Belgian politics and society. We analyze how the conflict was framed in the newspapers, by opinion-leaders and by the peace movement. We also reconstruct the parliamentary debate: what parliamentary initiatives were taken and which framing of the conflict dominated the discussions. We conclude that the Belgian debate was largely dominated by the realist frame. This was probably a result of the presence of Belgian UN-soldiers in the conflict-zone, of the fact that the peace movement was divided and concentrated on other issues, and of the fact that the interventionist frame was claimed by the extreme rightwing Vlaams Blok party.


Patrick Stouthuysen
Article

Jongerenafdelingen van politieke partijen

Een onderzoek naar hun recruteringsfunctie en hun functioneren binnen Vlaamse politieke partijen

Tijdschrift Res Publica, Aflevering 1 2003
Auteurs Marc Hooghe en Patrick Stouthuysen
Samenvatting

    Despite the fact that numerous political parties in Western democracies include separate youth chapters, these have not been studied systematically in political research. There are two reasons to study youth chapters: we know youth participation has strong and enduring political socialisation effects, while several authors have expressed concern about a decline of political engagement among adolescents. Our assumption is that youth chapters fulfil two functions within a party: recruitment of members and ideological innovation. Given the structural evolution toward cartel parties (Katz & Mair), both functions have become partly obsolete. Youth chapters of Flemish political parties have indeed lost 70 percent of their members since the 1970s. A survey among city councillors confirms the recruitment,function of,youth chapters: 41 percent of them started their political career in youth chapters. The demise of youth chapters therefore can be seen as a clear indication of a structural transformation of political parties.


Marc Hooghe

Patrick Stouthuysen

    The proliferation of the use of Internet has led to speculations that the interactive possibilities offered by this technology will lead to a democratisation of political communication. It is argued that citizens will enjoy more opportunities to discuss polities with other citizens and to express their opinions toward the political system. In this casestudy, we examine the political use of internet at the time of the Belgian local elections of 8 October 2000. Building on the coding scheme developed by Pippa Norris, we distinguish interactive and institutional communication through the Internet, in which we expect that interactive communication has a democratie potential, while the institutional communication shows atendency to strengthen existing power relations. The data show that during this election campaign the Internet has been used mainlyfor institutional purposes, not for interactive applications. Therefore our conclusion is that, especially in small languageareas, the democratic potential of Internet remains limited.


Marc Hooghe

Patrick Stouthuysen

    The ecology movement consists of several different sub-groups: traditional conservationists, environmental agitators, critical intellectuals and scientists as welt as the «back-to-nature» counter-culture and the Green parties. This article concentrates on one of the most interestingparts of the Flemish ecology movement: the «alternative life-style» movement Anders Gaan Leven and its Green party Agalev. The social position of the ecologists can be set with the help of the concepts «resistance» and «integration». On the one side, they seem to be the heir of the protest movements of the sixties. On the other side, they are part of a trend towards political demobilization. Politically, the Green parties draw their support from the « secundary elites »: people who are young, highly educated but who are not (yet) part of the establishment. The theories of Inglehart and Boy connect this sociat position with the political orientation of the ecologists. In the specific case of Flanders, the Green party Agalev seems to become the political alternative for progressive christians who have broken with the Catholic «pillar», hut who cannot recognize themselves in the other traditional parties.


Patrick Stouthuysen
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