This transform! research project is investigating political perceptions in the crisis and aims at understanding subjective paths of resignation and rebellion regarding capitalist domination. From materials such as opinion surveys or more qualitative studies, it seeks to characterize the evolution of the popular perceptions in their relation to political sovereignty or economy’s alleged role. The dialogue between researchers from different countries resulting from the project aspires to analyze why a popular majority paving the way towards a social transformation doesn’t emerge from the growing rejection of neo-liberal values in numerous European countries.
Find the collection of articles here.
Consciousness in Europe in the Crisis: Workshop report by Maxime Benatouil
Perceptions of the Crisis and Political Orientations by Joachim Bischoff and Richard Detje
In Greece, the Possibility That the Left Can Come to Power is Growing by Christoforos Vernardakis
Self-emancipation Against Political Fatalism by Elisabeth Gauthier