- Author:Manuel Antonio Garreton,Sharon Kellum
- Publisher:HarperCollins Publishers Ltd (April 13, 1989)
- Pages:240 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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Manuel Antonio Garreton. by Manuel Antonio Garreton. Published April 13, 1989 by HarperCollins Publishers Ltd.
Manuel Antonio Garreton. The Chilean Political Process (Thematic Studies in Latin America) Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The Chilean Political Process (Thematic Studies in Latin America) from your list? The Chilean Political Process (Thematic Studies in Latin America).
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This study examines the political peplextities of Costa Rican democracy and the results and impacts of the recent elections on this most democratic political sys-tem in Latin America. Despite its level of democracy, Costa Rica is facing many impediments which could be exacerbated by a negative electoral campaign and by the weak presidential cadidates. This paper explains and challenges the prevailing view that other Latin American cases should attempt to replicate the successful incorporation of Chilean business elites into a democratic political process and a competitive international economy.
Manuel Antonio Garretón (Santiago, May 23, 1943) is a Chilean sociologist, political scientist and essayist. He received the National Prize for Humanities and Social Sciences in 2007 for his lifetime contribution to the field. Garretón studied Sociology in the Catholic University of Chile (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile) and graduated in 1967. He received his PhD at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales of Paris.
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Your name Please enter your name. Manual Antonio Garretón, The Chilean Political Process, (Boston: Unwin Hyman, 1989), pp. xix + 220, £1. 5.
political culture - Democratic crisis and military coup : thirty years later - Political opposition and the struggle for democracy under the military regime - Evaluation of and prospects for Chilean political democratization - Epilogue : What future for politics in Chile and Latin America? Boxid.
Manuel Antonio Garretón. Studies on politics and society in Latin America and Chile, 2003 Encuentros con la memoria. Manuel Antonio Garretón (Santiago, May 23, 1943) is a Chilean sociologist, political scientist and essayist. Garretón directed the Centro de Estudios de la Realidad Nacional (CEREN) of the Catholic University of Chile from 1970 until its closing in 1973.
Semantic Scholar profile for Manuel Antonio Garretón, with fewer than 50 highly influential citations. Foundational Dimension of Social Movements in Latin America? : The Case of Chilean Students and Other Mobilizations in Recent Years. Manuel Antonio Garretón. Las fuerzas politicosociales y el problema de la democracia en chile. El presente trabajo intenta plantear en terminos muy elementales algunos problemas relativos a las fuerzas politicosociales, a los actores politicos, que adquieren especial relevancia en el debate.
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The myriad changes affecting contemporary Latin America in the context of a globalizing world are so far reaching, argue the authors of Latin America in the Twenty-First Century, that understanding them requires both new conceptual tools and multidisciplinary analysis. Manuel Antonio Garreton is professor of sociology at the Universidad de Chile. Peter Cleaves is with the AVINA Foundation. Marcelo Cavarozzi is professor of politics and government at the Universidad Nacional de General San Martin. Jonathan Hartlyn is professor of political science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Gary Gereffi is professor of sociology at Duke University.