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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)


  • 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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The GIGA Journal Family is published by SAGE Publishing, maintaining the "platinum standard" of the open access model. Excellent contributions by researchers from all over the world are featured in the four journals. To ensure the journals' quality, all essays are evaluated in a double-blind peer-review process.

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