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The Resource The new politics of inequality in Latin America : rethinking participation and representation, edited by Douglas A. Chalmers [and others]

The new politics of inequality in Latin America : rethinking participation and representation, edited by Douglas A. Chalmers [and others]

Label
The new politics of inequality in Latin America : rethinking participation and representation
Title
The new politics of inequality in Latin America
Title remainder
rethinking participation and representation
Statement of responsibility
edited by Douglas A. Chalmers [and others]
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Exploring the nature of judgements about degrees of freedom, this book argues for a conception of freedom that not only reflects commonly held intuitions about who is freer than who, but that is also compatible with a liberal theory of justice
Member of
Cataloging source
IDEBK
Dewey number
323/.042/098
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
JL966
LC item number
.N49 1997
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Chalmers, Douglas A
Series statement
Oxford studies in democratization
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Political participation
  • Representative government and representation
  • Poor
  • Equality
  • Democracy
  • Democratization
  • Social change
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • Democracy
  • Democratization
  • Equality
  • Political participation
  • Poor
  • Representative government and representation
  • Social change
  • Latin America
  • Sociale ongelijkheid
  • Politieke participatie
  • Democratisering
  • Representatie (politicologie)
  • Politische Beteiligung
  • Armut
  • Sozialer Wandel
  • Lateinamerika
  • Política e governo
  • Participação política
  • Representação política
  • Governo representativo
  • POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
  • DEMOCRACY
  • SOCIAL CHANGE
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • ECONOMIC ASPECTS
Label
The new politics of inequality in Latin America : rethinking participation and representation, edited by Douglas A. Chalmers [and others]
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 583-634) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Machine derived contents note: Introduction -- 1. Participation, Inequality, and the Whereabouts of Democracy, Carlos M. Vilas -- Section I: Traditional Actors, New Settings -- 2. Beyond Corporatism: New Patterns of Representation in the Brazilian Auto Industry, Scott B. Martin -- 3. Union Politics, Market-Orientated Reforms and the Reshaping of Argentine Corporatism, M. Victoria Murillo -- 4. The Crisis of Developmentalism and the Rural Labor Movement in Northeast Brazil, Anthony W. Pereira -- Section II: Searching for New Forms of Participation -- 5. The Rise of Causa R in Venezuela, Margarita Lopez-Maya -- 6. The Seven-Month Itch?: Neoliberal Politics, Popular Movements, and the Left in Mexico, Kathleen Bruhn -- 7. The Politics of Identity Reconstruction: Indians and Democracy in Ecuador, Melina Selverston -- 8. The Evolution of the Brazilian Environmental Movement and Its Political Roles, Kathryn Hochstetler -- 9. The Authoritarian Alternative: Anti-Politics Among the Popular Sectors of Lima, Aldo Panfichi -- Section III: The Stubbornness of Violence -- 10. The Quetzal is Red: Military States, Popular Movements, and Political Violence in Guatemala, Deborah J. Yashar -- 11. Popular Responses to State-Sponsored Violence in Brazil, Paulo Sergio Pinheiro -- 12. Political Violence and the Grassroots in Lima, Peru, Jo-Marie Burt -- Section IV: Dilemmas of a Social Democratic Project -- 13. Rethinking Economic Alternatives: Left Parties and the Articulation of Popular Demands in Chile and Peru, Kenneth M. Roberts -- 14. Market-Orientated Development Strategies and State-Society Relations in New Democracies: Lessons from Contemporary Chile and Spain, Eric Hershberg -- 15. Putting Conservatism to Good Use?: Long Crisis and Vetoed Alternatives in Uruguay, Fernando Fildueira and Jorge Papadopulos -- Section V: Reconstructing Representation -- 16. The Difficult Transition from Clientelism to Citizenship: Lessons from Mexico, Jonathan Fox -- 17. Reconstructing the Workers Party (PT): Lessons from Northeastern Brazil, William R. Nylen -- 18. Can a Leftist Government Make a Difference?: The Frente Amplio Administration of Montevideo, 1990-1994, Peter Winn and Lilia Ferro-Clerico -- 19. Targeting the Poor: The Politics of Social Policy Reforms in Mexico, Kerianne Piester -- 20. Redefining the Public/Private Mix: NGOs and the Emergency Social Investment Fund in Ecuador, Monique Segarra -- 21. Regional Integration and Transnational Politics: Popular Sector Strategies in the NAFTA Era, Maria Lorena Cook -- Conclusion -- 22. Associative Networks: New Structures of Representation for the Popular Sectors?, Douglas A. Chalmers -- Contributors List -- Bibliography
Control code
666883159
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xv, 644 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191598968
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)666883159
Label
The new politics of inequality in Latin America : rethinking participation and representation, edited by Douglas A. Chalmers [and others]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 583-634) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Machine derived contents note: Introduction -- 1. Participation, Inequality, and the Whereabouts of Democracy, Carlos M. Vilas -- Section I: Traditional Actors, New Settings -- 2. Beyond Corporatism: New Patterns of Representation in the Brazilian Auto Industry, Scott B. Martin -- 3. Union Politics, Market-Orientated Reforms and the Reshaping of Argentine Corporatism, M. Victoria Murillo -- 4. The Crisis of Developmentalism and the Rural Labor Movement in Northeast Brazil, Anthony W. Pereira -- Section II: Searching for New Forms of Participation -- 5. The Rise of Causa R in Venezuela, Margarita Lopez-Maya -- 6. The Seven-Month Itch?: Neoliberal Politics, Popular Movements, and the Left in Mexico, Kathleen Bruhn -- 7. The Politics of Identity Reconstruction: Indians and Democracy in Ecuador, Melina Selverston -- 8. The Evolution of the Brazilian Environmental Movement and Its Political Roles, Kathryn Hochstetler -- 9. The Authoritarian Alternative: Anti-Politics Among the Popular Sectors of Lima, Aldo Panfichi -- Section III: The Stubbornness of Violence -- 10. The Quetzal is Red: Military States, Popular Movements, and Political Violence in Guatemala, Deborah J. Yashar -- 11. Popular Responses to State-Sponsored Violence in Brazil, Paulo Sergio Pinheiro -- 12. Political Violence and the Grassroots in Lima, Peru, Jo-Marie Burt -- Section IV: Dilemmas of a Social Democratic Project -- 13. Rethinking Economic Alternatives: Left Parties and the Articulation of Popular Demands in Chile and Peru, Kenneth M. Roberts -- 14. Market-Orientated Development Strategies and State-Society Relations in New Democracies: Lessons from Contemporary Chile and Spain, Eric Hershberg -- 15. Putting Conservatism to Good Use?: Long Crisis and Vetoed Alternatives in Uruguay, Fernando Fildueira and Jorge Papadopulos -- Section V: Reconstructing Representation -- 16. The Difficult Transition from Clientelism to Citizenship: Lessons from Mexico, Jonathan Fox -- 17. Reconstructing the Workers Party (PT): Lessons from Northeastern Brazil, William R. Nylen -- 18. Can a Leftist Government Make a Difference?: The Frente Amplio Administration of Montevideo, 1990-1994, Peter Winn and Lilia Ferro-Clerico -- 19. Targeting the Poor: The Politics of Social Policy Reforms in Mexico, Kerianne Piester -- 20. Redefining the Public/Private Mix: NGOs and the Emergency Social Investment Fund in Ecuador, Monique Segarra -- 21. Regional Integration and Transnational Politics: Popular Sector Strategies in the NAFTA Era, Maria Lorena Cook -- Conclusion -- 22. Associative Networks: New Structures of Representation for the Popular Sectors?, Douglas A. Chalmers -- Contributors List -- Bibliography
Control code
666883159
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xv, 644 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191598968
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)666883159

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