5 edition of Latin American populism in comparative perspective found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Michael L. Conniff.|
|Contributions||Conniff, Michael L.|
|LC Classifications||JL966 .L36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 248 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||248|
|ISBN 10||0826305806, 0826305814|
|LC Control Number||80054572|
Author Biographies. Cas Mudde is Stanley Wade Shelton UGAF professor in the School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Georgia and Professor II at the Center for Research on Extremism (CREX) of the University of Oslo. His recent books include On Extremism and Democracy in Europe (), The Populist Radical Right: A Reader () and The Far Right in America (), . — Latin American Politics & Society "The current book is a major contribution to such excitement and vibrancy [of the study of populism]." — Journal of Latin American Studies "This book can serve as an excellent overview of recent populist theoretical and comparative scholarship since the .
53 Torcuato Di Tella, ‘Populism and Reform in Latin America’, in Claudio Veliz (ed.), Obstacles to Change in Latin America (London: Oxford University Press, ), pp. 47–72; Weffort, Francisco, ‘ State and Mass in Brazil ’, Studies in Comparative International Development, 2 (), pp. –96; Gino Germani, Authoritarianism. More than any other book on the subject, Latin American Populism in the Twenty-first Century spans historical eras, from the 'classical' populism of the s and s, to 'neoliberal' populism of the s, to the more radical forms of populism that emerged in the contemporary era. For this reason, it is likely to be of enduring value for.
The European Union has been challenged by the Eurozone crisis, refugee flows, terrorist attacks, Euroscepticism, and Brexit. In Latin America, regional cooperation has been stagnating. Studying Europe and Latin America within a broader comparative perspective, this volume provides an analytical framework to assess stress factors facing regionalism. Democracy in Bolivarian Venezuela in comparative perspective; University Press Scholarship Online requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books within the service. Public users can however freely search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter. 1 Populism and Latin America: context.
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Latin American Populism in Comparative Perspective [Conniff, Michael L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Latin American Populism in Comparative PerspectiveAuthor: Michael L. Conniff. The additional inclusion of case studies on the United States and Russia is designed to offer a comparative perspective of populism.
As a comparative history methodology, the volume falls short of breaking new ground; as an anthology on Latin American populism—its real intent—this is a solid contribution, perhaps one of the best in by: 9.
Latin America has been claimed to have the world's "most enduring and prevalent populist tradition". This has been argued to be because it was a region with a long tradition of democratic governance and free elections, but with high rates of socio-economic inequality, generating widespread resentments that politicians can articulate through l L.
Conniff, "A. Scholars of Latin America and Comparative Politics will find Anti-Neoliberal Populisms in Comparative Perspective a highly valuable resource, offering a distinctive perspective on the impact of different populisms on party systems and on the challenges that such populisms posed to syndicalism and to traditional left-of-centre parties.
“Latin American Populism in Comparative Perspective”, edited by Michael L. Conniff. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, University. The book addresses these questions through two sections.
The first looks at several major themes regarding the contemporary Latin American Left, including whether Latin American public opinion actually shifted leftward in the s, why the Left won in some countries but not in others, and how the left turn has affected market economies, social.
Latin American populism has usually been considered as an integrationist strategy towards the urban working classes in the context of mass democracy and import substitution industrialization.
Among its features, the following ones can be identified: support from the working classes, charismatic leadership, nationalism and anti-intellectualism, anti-communism, state-centered conception of.
To elucidate the prospects of the United States under president Donald Trump, I conduct a wide-ranging comparative analysis of populism’s regime impact in Europe and Latin America. The investigation finds that the risks have been overestimated.
Populist leaders manage to suffocate democracy only when two crucial conditions coincide. Populism is best understood as a Manichaean worldview linked to a characteristic language or discourse.
Chavismo, the movement that sustains Hugo Chávez in Venezuela, is a paradigmatic instance of populism. Using a novel, cross-country dataset on populist discourse, combined with extensive data from within Venezuela and across other countries, this book demonstrates that populist.
Populism in the Study of Latin American Politics’, Comparative Politics, 34 (1): 1 – Yashar, D. (), Contesting Citizenship in Latin America: The Rise of Indigenous Movements and the Postliberal Challenge (New York: Cambridge University Press). Marshaling the long-standing expertise of leading specialists of populism elsewhere in the world, this book provides the first systematic, comparative analysis of the prospects for US democracy under Trump, considering the two regions - Europe and Latin America - that have had the most ample recent experiences with populist chief executives.
Latin American case studies: Introduction: toward a comparative definition of populism / by Michael L. Conniff --Yrigoyen and Perón: the limits of Argentine populism / by David Tamarin --Evita's charismatic leadership / by Marysa Navarro --Populism in Brazil, / by Michael L. Conniff --The late populism of Luis Echeverria / by Jorge.
Kirk Hawkins studies populism and Latin American politics. He wrote Venezuela's Chavismo and Populism in Comparative Perspective (Cambridge, ), co-authored Latin American Party Systems (Cambridge, ), and co-edited The Ideational Approach to Populism: Concept, Theory, and Analysis ().
He currently directs Team s: 1. Populism: Latin America in Comparative Perspective February 15th, Europe and the US, and the development of various theoretical interpretations of populism in a global perspective. Diverse Books for the K Classroom February – June – All webinars are 6 PM CST.
Transforming Labor-Based Parties in Latin America: Argentine Peronism in Comparative Perspective Steven Levitsky This volume explains why some contemporary Latin American labor-based parties adapted successfully to the challenges of neoliberalism and working class decline.
Kenneth M. Roberts teaches comparative and Latin American politics, with an emphasis on the political economy of development and the politics of inequality. His research is devoted to the study of political parties, populism, and labor and social movements.
Populist Caudillismo: Paraguay and Bolivia 4. After Caudillismo Race, Race Mixture, and Liberalism Latin America in Comparative size of Brazil Mexican territory lost to the United States Latin America in World War II Preface This book covers well over years of Latin American history.
It begins with a brief. This book explores the impact of economic crises and free-market reforms on party systems and political representation in contemporary Latin America. It explains why some patterns of market reform align and stabilize party systems, whereas other patterns of reform leave party systems vulnerable to widespread social protest and electoral Reviews: 1.
Latin American Politics & Society "The current book is a major contribution to such excitement and vibrancy [of the study of populism]."―Journal of Latin American Studies "This book can serve as an excellent overview of recent populist theoretical and comparative scholarship since the analysis is comprehensive."―Commonwealth & Comparative Reviews: 1.
Todos somos presidentes/We Are All Presidents: Bolivia and the Question of the State. Paper prepared for the conference Latin American Left Turns: Progressive Parties, Insurgent Movements, Alternative Policies in Latin America, Simon Fraser University, April 17–.
The result is a data set of elite-level populist discourse in more than 40 current and past governments from a variety of countries across the world, with special focus on Latin America. This measurement has high reliability comparable to standard human-coded content analysis, compares well to common understandings of actual cases of populism.
More than any other book on the subject, Latin American Populism in the Twenty-first Century spans historical eras, from the 'classical' populism of the s and s, to 'neoliberal' populism of the s, to the more radical forms of populism that emerged in the contemporary s: 2.Roger Thayer Stone Center For Latin American Studies.
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