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The Inclusionary Turn in Latin American Democracies

Paperback Engels 2021 9781108816182
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Latin American states took dramatic steps toward greater inclusion during the late twentieth and early twenty-first Centuries. Bringing together an accomplished group of scholars, this volume examines this shift by introducing three dimensions of inclusion: official recognition of historically excluded groups, access to policymaking, and resource redistribution. Tracing the movement along these dimensions since the 1990s, the editors argue that the endurance of democratic politics, combined with longstanding social inequalities, create the impetus for inclusionary reforms. Diverse chapters explore how factors such as the role of partisanship and electoral clientelism, constitutional design, state capacity, social protest, populism, commodity rents, international diffusion, and historical legacies encouraged or inhibited inclusionary reform during the late 1990s and early 2000s. Featuring original empirical evidence and a strong theoretical framework, the book considers cross-national variation, delves into the surprising paradoxes of inclusion, and identifies the obstacles hindering further fundamental change.


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Uitgever:Cambridge University Press


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Introduction; 1. Inequality, Democracy, and the Inclusionary Turn in Latin America Diana Kapiszewski, Steven R. Levitsky and Deborah J. Yashar; Part I. Extending Social Policy and Participation: 2. Including Outsiders in Latin America Candelaria Garay; 3. Diffusion Dynamics: Shaping Social Policy in Latin America's Inclusionary Turn Wendy Hunter; 4. Inclusion without Power? Limits of Participatory Institutions Benjamin Goldfrank; 5. Brazil's Participatory Infrastructure: Opportunities and Limitations for Inclusion Lindsay Mayka and Jessica Rich; Part II. Inclusion and Partisan Representation: 6. Changing Patterns of Ideology and Partisanship in Latin America Grigore Pop-Eleches; 7. Brokering Inclusion: Intermediaries, Clientelism, and Constraints on Latin America's Left Turn Thad Dunning and Lucas M. Novaes; 8. States of Discontent: State Crises, Party System Change, and Inclusion in South America Samuel Handlin; Part III. New Party-Society Linkages: 9. The Politics of Popular Coalitions: Unions and Territorial Social Movements in Post-Neoliberal Latin America (2000-2015) Sebastián Etchemendy; 10. After Corporatism: Party Linkages with Popular-Sector Organizations in Neoliberal Latin America Brian Palmer-Rubin; 11. Expanding the Public Square: Evangelicals and Electoral Politics in Latin America Taylor C. Boas; Part IV. Inclusion, Populism, and Democracy: 12. Pathways to Inclusion in Latin America Maxwell A. Cameron; 13. Inclusionary Turn, Rentier Populism, and Emerging Legacies: the Propagation Effects of the Commodity Boom Sebastián Mazzuca; 14. Strong Citizens, Strong Presidents: The Constitutional Architecture of the Inclusionary Turn in Latin America Zachary Elkins; 15. Shaping the People: Populism and the Politics of Identity Formation in South America Jason Seawright and Rodrigo Barrenechea; Conclusion: 16. The Inclusionary Turn and its Political Limitations Kenneth M. Roberts.

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