GIGA Journal Family | 17/04/2018

New Journal of Politics in Latin America 1/2018

How women mobilise women in presidential election campaigns and why the leftist Worker’s Party became successful in the conservative Northeast of Brazil – these and other questions are answered in the new issue of the Journal of Politics in Latin America.

Journal of Politics of Latin America Vol. 10, No. 1 (2018)

Research Articles

  • Pablo Argote, Patricio D. Navia: Do Voters Affect Policies? Within-Coalition Competition in the Chilean Electoral System Abstract | PDF

  • Matías Andrés Bargsted, Luis Maldonado: Party Identification in an Encapsulated Party System: The Case of Postauthoritarian Chile Abstract | PDF

  • Catherine Reyes-Housholder: Women Mobilizing Women: Candidates’ Strategies for Winning the Presidency Abstract | PDF

  • Jorge Antonio Alves: Transformation or Substitution? The Workers’ Party and the Right in Northeast Brazil Abstract | PDF

Research Notes

  • Carlos M. Lisoni: Persuasion and Coercion in the Clientelistic Exchange: A Survey of Four Argentine Provinces Abstract | PDF

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