Politics, Society, and Democracy: Latin America
This is the third of four volumes compiled in honor of Juan J. Linz and edited by H. E. Chehabi, Richard Gunther, Alfred Stepan, and Arturo Valenzuela. Each volume presents original research and theoretical essays by Linz’s distinguished collaborators, students, teachers, and friends, as well as overviews of his enormous contributions to Spanish and Latin American studies, comparative politics, and sociology.In Volume III, leading Latin American scholars evaluate Juan Linz’s contribution to the study of Latin American politics, in particular his influence on studies dealing with authoritarianism, democratic breakdown, public opinion, regime transition, and the institutional conditions needed for stable democracy.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Juan Linz and the Study
Regionalism and Federalism in Brazil
Communist States as Ideocracies?
5 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
Alfred Stepan Argentina argued assembly authoritarian regimes Brazil Brazilian Breakdown of Democratic candidates central Chile Chilean cleavage coalition Colombia communist comparative analysis Comparative Politics comparisons congress congressional constitutional countries crisis democratic consolidation Democratic Regimes democratic transitions economic elections electoral elite established executive factors federal forces Franco groups Guillermo O'Donnell hard currency ideological important institutional institutionalization interests Juan Linz labor Latin America leaders leadership legislative legislature legitimacy Liberals Linz's Lipset majority Mexican Mexico military regime Minas Gerais mode of transition multiparty O'Donnell opposition organized outcomes Parliamentary Democracy parliamentary systems participation Partido party system percent Pinochet Pinochet regime pluralism policies political parties population president presidential democracies presidential systems problems rectification reelection Republic role rule Sao Paulo Schmitter Scott Mainwaring sector Seymour Martin Lipset similar social society Spain structural term totalitarian Transitions to Democracy Uruguay variables Venezuela vote voters