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New Journal of Politics in Latin America 3/2018

The current Journal of Politics in Latin America deals with disadvantaged groups, including women and indigenous peoples. One article examines the gender gap in Argentina's politics, while another focuses on consultations with indigenous groups on mining and the extraction of raw materials. These and other contributions can be found in the new issue.

Journal of Politics of Latin America Vol. 10, No. 3 (2018)

Research Articles

  • Mariela Szwarcberg: Gender and Politics in Buenos Aires
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  • Gisela Zaremberg, Marcela Torres Wong: Participation on the Edge: Prior Consultation and Extractivism in Latin America
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  • Francisco Panizza, Conrado Ricardo Ramos Larraburu, Gerardo Scherlis: Unpacking Patronage: The Politics of Patronage Appointments in Argentina’s and Uruguay’s Central Public Administrations
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  • Mariana Batista: Who Gets What and How Does It Matter? Importance-Weighted Portfolio Allocation and Coalition Support in Brazil
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Research Notes

  • Kurt Weyland: Limits of US Influence: The Promotion of Regime Change in Latin America
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