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2013 | 6 | 1(10) | 51-66
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A different kind of massive attack: How the Bulgarian Ultranationalist Party Ataka engineered its political success using electronic media

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Th is study explores the role of media in securing the electorate success of Ataka, Bul- garia’s ultra-right-wing party, as well as their contribution to the rise of nationalistic tendencies among the Bulgarian electorate. To accomplish this, the study sets two goals: fi rst, to explore the political and socio-cultural environment which has allowed for the growth of ultra-nationalist rhetoric in Bulgaria, and second, to examine how Ataka’s media publicity machine, with a specifi c focus on their new media tactics, have contributed to securing popular support for the virtually unfettered expression of ultra-nationalistic ideas. By conducting a critical analysis of Ataka’s use of electronic media, includ- ing websites, online forums, and other social networking tools, the study analyzes the importance of electronic media to a right wing party such as Ataka, that catapulted it from complete obscurity into a political force of national importance.
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6
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51-66
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  • SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, USA
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