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Authoritarians and Democrats: Regime Transition in Latin America (Pitt Latin American Studies) epub

by James Malloy,Mitchell Seligson


Authoritarians and Democrats: Regime Transition in Latin America (Pitt Latin American Studies) epub

ISBN: 0822953870

ISBN13: 978-0822953876

Author: James Malloy,Mitchell Seligson

Category: Social Sciences

Subcategory: Politics & Government

Language: English

Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press; 1 edition (March 6, 1987)

Pages: 288 pages

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Authoritarians and Democrats book. Other books in the series. Pitt Latin American Studies (1 - 10 of 147 books). Books by James M. Malloy.

Authoritarians and Democrats book. Authoritarians and Democrats describes these changes and the future prospects for constitutional government in Latin America.

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Pitt Latin American series. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographies and index. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. Geographic Name: Latin America Politics and government 1980-. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

Attempting to fathom the dynamics and prospects of Latin American evolution, the .

Attempting to fathom the dynamics and prospects of Latin American evolution, the authors of these essays conclude that "there is no unilinear tendency toward democracy or authoritarian rule. Rather, the predominant pattern is cyclical, with alternating democratic and authoritarian 'movements'. Both tendencies are rather strong. The treatment covers a wide.

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This article evaluates the impact of Latin American base ecclesial communities (CEBs) and Protestantism on the consolidation of democracy in Latin America, with special emphasis on their role in transforming the dominant political culture of monistic corporatism.

Authoritarians and Democrats: Regime Transition in Latin America. Mitchell A. Seligson. Deepening Democracy in Latin America. By the end of the 1960s, most of Latin America was under repressive military rule. Conversely, the 1980s have seen the emergence of formal, constitutional democracies in Latin America and the Caribbean. Authoritarians and Democrats: Regime Transition in Latin America.

Mitchell A. Seligson is the Centennial Professor of Political Science and Professor of Sociology at Vanderbilt University

Mitchell A. Seligson is the Centennial Professor of Political Science and Professor of Sociology at Vanderbilt University. He founded and is Senior Advisor to the Latin American Public Opinion Project (LAPOP), which conducts the AmericasBarometer surveys that currently cover 27 countries in the Americas. Seligson has published many books and papers on political science topics. He was elected to membership in the General Assembly of the Inter-American Institute of Human Rights in 2011.

MALLOY, JAMES . and MITCHELL A. SELIGSON, eds. 1987Authoritarians and democrats: Regime transition in Latin America. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. MCRAE, KENNETH . Ed. 1974Consociational democracy: Political accommodation in segmented societies. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart. MERRITT, RICHARD . and DINA A. ZINNES 1988 Democracies and international conflict. Paper presented at Conference on Measuring Democracy, Hoover Institution, Stanford University, May 27–28, 1988.

By the end of the 1960s, most of Latin America was under repressive military rule.  Conversely, the 1980s have seen the emergence of formal, constitutional democracies in Latin America and the Caribbean.  <I>Authoritarians and Democrats</I> describes these changes and the future prospects for constitutional government in Latin America.