Journal

New Journal of Politics in Latin America 2/2018

Political participation through elections and polls is the focus of the current Journal of Politics in Latin America. The election processes in Brazil and Mexico as well as the failure of the Colombian peace referendum are just a selection of the topics in this issue.

Journal of Politics of Latin America Vol. 10, No. 2 (2018)

Research Articles

  • Fábio Lacerda: Assessing the Strength of Pentecostal Churches’ Electoral Support: Evidence from Brazil
    Abstract | PDF
  • Héctor Bahamonde: Aiming Right at You: Group versus Individual Clientelistic Targeting in Brazil
    Abstract | PDF
  • Antonio Ugues Jr.: Public Perceptions of Clean Elections in Mexico: An Analysis of the 2000, 2006, and 2012 Elections
    Abstract | PDF
  • Eleonora Dávalos, Leonardo Fabio Morales, Jennifer S. Holmes, Liliana M. Dávalos: Opposition Support and the Experience of Violence Explain the Colombian Peace Referendum
    Abstract | PDF

Research Notes

  • D. Lynn Holland: “New Extractivism” in Mexico: Hope and Deception
    Abstract | PDF

Tabs

Other News

Award |

Latin America researcher Dr. Saskia Ruth-Lovell has been awarded the Political Studies Association’s 2018 Harrison Prize for her article on populism and institutional change.

In brief |

The GIGA’s specialist libraries will move to new rooms within the GIGA building in April. Due to the move, the Information Centre will be closed from 8 to 15 April.

In brief |

Two research clusters in which the GIGA is a participant were able to secure funding in 2018 within the framework of the federal government’s Excellence Strategy. Both have now commenced their work.