- Author:Peter Calvert,Susan Calvert
- Publisher:University of Pittsburgh Press; First Edition edition (January 1, 1989)
- Pages:327 pages
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Published by: Wiley on behalf of Society for Latin American Studies (SLAS). Calvert, Susan and Calvert, Peter (1989), Argentina: Political Culture and. Instability, Macmillan (London). This book addresses what many consider to be the 'Argentine paradox' of immense. natural resources alongside political instability and relative economic under? development. The book is 'based on' Susan Calvert's P. thesis, with unspecified.
Also by Susan and Peter Calvert. ARGENTINA: Political Culture and Instability. Latin America in the Twentieth Century. SOCIOLOGY TODAY Also published by Palgrave Macmillan. Professor ofComparative and International Politics Department ofPolitics, University ofSouthampton. Visiting Fellow Department ofPolitics, University ofSouthampton. No reproduction, copy or transmission of this publication may be made without written permission.
Argentina: Political Culture & Instability. Pitt Latin American Studies). by. Susan Calvert, Peter Calvert.
Calvert, Susan, and Peter Calvert. The cultural and political heritage is examined to help explain the political instability and economic underdevelopment of the country. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1989. Culture, Catholicism, liberalism, and personalism are among the influences discussed. Haverland, Jeanne . ed. Argentina: Economic, Political and Social Issues.
Peter Anthony Richard Calvert, British political science educator. Ford Foundation grantee, Southampton, 1984-1988. Member Cambridge City Council, 1962-1964, Dorset (England) education committee, 1985-1989. Mexico (Nations of the Modern World). 79052/?tag prabook0b-20. Mexican Revolution 1910-1914: The Diplomacy of the Anglo-American Conflict MEXICAN REVOLUTION 1910-1914: THE DIPLOMACY OF THE ANGLO-AMERICAN CONFLICT By Calvert, Peter ( Author )Dec-18-2008 Paperback.
Subjects: Latin American Studies, Area Studies. Argentina: Political Culture and Instability by Susan Calvert, Peter Calvert. Collections: Arts & Sciences VII Collection, Iberoamérica Collection, JSTOR Archival Journal & Primary Source Collection, JSTOR Essential Collection. Argentina: Political Culture and Instability by Susan Calvert, Peter Calvert (pp. 306-307).
The cultural and political heritage is examined to help explain the political instability and economic underdevelopment of the country. Culture, Catholicism, liberalism and personalism are among the influences discussed. Peter Calvert has also written "The Process of Political Succession".
Co-author of Argentina: Political Culture & Instability; Author of The . Argentina, country of South America, covering most of the southern portion of the continent.
Co-author of Argentina: Political Culture & Instability; Author of The International Politics of Latin America and others. Primary Contributions (1). Argentina. The world’s eighth largest country, Argentina occupies an area more extensive than Mexico and the . state of Texas combined. It encompasses immense plains, deserts, tundra, and forests, as well as tall.