Political Radicalization of Greek young adults
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For the past four years Greece has been witnessing an economic crisis of profound proportion, perpetrating every corner and level of its social fabric and reality. Due to the economic crisis the voting patterns of Greek changed in a substantial matter. Parties with a smaller appeal and with much more poignant rhetoric received increased amounts of support and in a few cases even electoral seats in the parliament. Among them political formations that are labelled as radical and extreme. The subject of this paper is not to to question and investigate on whether the fragility of democracy can survive this current era. With this paper I want to ask the following question: what makes Greek young adults disengage from the political procedure?