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New Journal of Politics in Latin America 3/2021

This issue of the Journal of Politics in Latin America examines, among other things, the response to COVID-19 containment measures in Brazil and Mexico, and the relationship between socio-economic inequalities and public opinion on Corona policies in Peru.

Journal of Politics in Latin America Vol. 13, No. 3 (2021)

Introduction

  • Merike Blofield: Introduction to thematic issue on COVID-19 and politics in Latin America Abstract | PDF

Research Articles

  • Jennifer Cyr, Matías Bianchi, Lucas González, Antonella Perini: Governing a Pandemic: Assessing the Role of Collaboration on Latin American Responses to the COVID-19 Crisis Abstract | PDF

  • Claire Dunn, Isabel Laterzo: State-level Citizen Response to COVID-19 Containment Measures in Brazil and Mexico Abstract | PDF

  • Miguel Carreras, Sofia Vera, Giancarlo Visconti: A Tale of Two Pandemics: Economic Inequality and Support for Containment Measures in Peru Abstract | PDF

  • Mariana Borges Martins da Silva, Malu A. C. Gatto: Stigmatized Campaign Practices and the Gendered Dynamics of Electoral Viability Abstract | PDF

  • Adrián Pignataro: Sources of Government Approval During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Threat or Electoral Predispositions? Abstract | PDF

Research Note

  • Angélica Abad Cisneros, Raúl Aldaz Peña, Diana Dávila Gordillo, Sebastián Vallejo Vera: Believe in me: Parties’ Strategies During a Pandemic, Evidence from Ecuador Abstract | PDF

  • Leonardo Avritzer, Lucio Rennó: The Pandemic and the Crisis of Democracy in Brazil Abstract | PDF

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