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The Rise of Ethnic Politics in Latin America.

Author/Creator:
Madrid, Raúl L.
Publication:
New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
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Subjects:
Indians of Central America -- Politics and government.
Indians of South America -- Politics and government.
Political parties -- Central America.
Political parties -- South America.
Central America -- Ethnic relations -- Political aspects.
South America -- Ethnic relations -- Political aspects.
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Electronic books.
Summary:
Explores why indigenous movements have recently won elections for the first time in the history of Latin America.
Contents:
Cover
The Rise of Ethnic Politics in Latin America
Title
Copyright
Dedication
Contents
Figures
Tables
Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
1: Ethnicity and Ethnopopulism in Latin America
THE ARGUMENT IN BRIEF
DEFINITIONS
EXISTING EXPLANATIONS
THEORIES OF ETHNIC PARTIES
ETHNIC MIXING AND ETHNIC PARTIES
MESTIZAJE AND INDIGENOUS PARTIES IN LATIN AMERICA
POPULIST APPEALS
RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS
ORGANIZATION OF THE BOOK
2: The Ascent of the MAS in Bolivia
INSTITUTIONAL EXPLANATIONS
ETHNICITY AND ETHNOPOPULISM IN BOLIVIA
INDIGENOUS VOTERS AND PARTIES IN TWENTIETH-CENTURY BOLIVIA
THE DECLINE OF THE TRADITIONAL PARTIES
THE RISE OF THE MAS
THE MAS'S ETHNIC APPEALS
THE MAS'S STRATEGY OF INCLUSION
THE MAS'S POPULIST STRATEGIES
AN ANALYSIS OF THE MAS VOTE
CONCLUSION
3: The Rise and Decline of Pachakutik in Ecuador
INSTITUTIONAL EXPLANATIONS
ETHNICITY AND ETHNOPOPULISM IN ECUADOR
THE EMERGENCE OF THE INDIGENOUS VOTE
THE INDIGENOUS MOVEMENT AND THE RISE OF PACHAKUTIK
PACHAKUTIK'S ETHNIC APPEALS
PACHAKUTIK'S INCLUSIVE APPROACH
PACHAKUTIK'S POPULIST APPEALS
THE RISE AND DECLINE OF PACHAKUTIK
CONCLUSION
4: Ethnopopulism without Indigenous Parties in Peru
REGIONAL INDIGENOUS PARTIES
INSTITUTIONAL EXPLANATIONS
PERU'S WEAK INDIGENOUS MOVEMENT
ETHNICITY AND ETHNIC APPEALS IN PERU
THE EMERGENCE OF THE INDIGENOUS VOTE
FUJIMORI'S ETHNIC APPEALS
TOLEDO'S ETHNIC APPEALS
HUMALA'S ETHNIC APPEALS
POPULIST APPEALS
FUJIMORI'S NEOPOPULISM
TOLEDO'S NEOPOPULIST APPEALS
HUMALA'S TRADITIONAL POPULIST APPEALS
CONCLUSION
5: Indigenous Parties outside of the Central Andes
GUATEMALA
COLOMBIA
VENEZUELA
NICARAGUA
CONCLUSION
6: Indigenous Parties and Democracy in the Andes
ETHNIC PARTIES AND DEMOCRACY.
ETHNIC REPRESENTATION
POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
SATISFACTION WITH AND SUPPORT FOR DEMOCRACY
ETHNIC POLICIES
POPULIST CHALLENGES TO DEMOCRACY
CONCLUSION
7: Conclusion
IMPLICATIONS FOR THEORIES OF ETHNIC POLITICS
IMPLICATIONS FOR THEORIES OF POPULISM
A FUTURE RESEARCH AGENDA
Bibliography
Interviews Cited
References
Index.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Other format:
Print version: Madrid, Raúl L. The Rise of Ethnic Politics in Latin America
ISBN:
9781139374958
9780521195591
OCLC:
794327693