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New Journal of Politics in Latin America 3/2022

The current issue of the Journal of Politics in Latin America sheds light on several themes central to Latin American society; such as protest participation in Chile, electoral violence in Mexico, right wing populism, and human rights.

  • Journal of Politics in Latin America Vol. 14, No. 3 (2022)

    Research Articles

    • Andreas Schedler: Minimalist Storytelling: The Natural Framing of Electoral Violence by Mexican Media Abstract | PDF

    • Bernard Brennan, Kristin Johnson, Ashlea Rundlett: Human Rights During Transition: Accountability Mechanisms in Mexican States 1997–2008 Abstract | PDF

    • Thomas Kestler: Radical, Nativist, Authoritarian—Or All of These? Assessing Recent Cases of Right-Wing Populism in Latin America Abstract | PDF

    • Malu A. C. Gatto, Pedro A. G. dos Santos, Kristin N. Wylie: Gendering Coalitional Presidentialism in Brazil Abstract | PDF

    • Sofía Donoso, Ismael Puga, Cristóbal Moya, Monica M. Gerber: Is it Worth the Risk? Grievances and Street Protest Participation During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Chile 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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