New Article: "Humorous parodies of popular culture as strategy in Boris Johnson’s populist communication"
Our team member Daniel Beck just published his latest article in The British Journal of Politics and International Relations (BJPIR). The journal is the world’s premier outlet for research on British politics.
In the article, Daniel looks on how humour and populism are related. “It is common for British politicians to use humour, but the style of Boris Johnson’s humour is due to its parodic and emotional quality unique”, states the article.