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Caciquismo in Twentieth-Century Mexico e-book

Author:

Alan Knight,Wil Pansters

Language:

English

Category:

Politics

Subcategory:

Politics & Government

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1801 kb

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Rating:

4.3

Publisher:

Institute of Latin American Studies (February 22, 2006)

Pages:

409

ISBN:

1900039672

Caciquismo in Twentieth-Century Mexico e-book

by Alan Knight,Wil Pansters


No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form, or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior written permission of the publishers. Definition, the State and the Dynamics of Caciquismo in Twentieth-century Mexico Wil Pansters Bibliography Index.

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Caciquismo in Twentieth-Century Mexico. The peculiarities of Mexico’s system have greatly depended on this kind of informal politics, which combines repression, patronage, and charismatic leadership. As such, caciquismo fits uncomfortably within the formal analysis of laws, parties, and elections and has been relatively neglected by academics.

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HELLMAN, Judith Adler, Mexican Lives, 1994. LITTLE, W. and E. Posada-Carbó, ed. Political Corruption in Latin America and Europe, 1996, chapter by Alan Knight, ‘Corruption in Twentieth-century Mexico’. TERM Fall '13. TAGS Fidel Castro, Mexico City. Most Popular Documents for LATIN AMER HS 980.

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As is inevitable in a collective work, some authors address central issues more squarely than others and not all agree, but Knight's excellent introduction and Pansters's meticulous conclusion do a good job of drawing things together. oceedings{T, title {Caciquismo in Twentieth Century Mexico. ALAN KNIGHT and WIL PANSTERS (ed., London: Institute for the Study of the Americas, 2005. author {Samuel Brunk}, year {2014} }. Samuel Brunk. Caciquismo in Twentieth Century Mexico gives the reader much to consider.

Knight Alan - Cardenismo - Coloso o Catramina. Descripción: Complete introductory book to statistics by Keith Knight from Toronto University. Caciquismo, on balance, is more consensual - perhaps even 'hegemonic', in the Gramscian sense - than bureaucratic authoritarianism. sobre Cárdenas - Alan Knight. KNIGHT, A. Full description. 77Answers by Bryan Knight. Shadow Knight Expansion Book. Devin Knight - Lecture Notes. 66 We have noted the existence of'good' caciques; a good cacique is 'someone who knows how to get on with people'.

Caciquismo in Twentieth-century Mexico (Institute for the Study of the Americas: London, 2005), 3-48. Mexico Since Independence (Cambridge, 2004)

Caciquismo in Twentieth-century Mexico (Institute for the Study of the Americas: London, 2005), 3-48. Mexico Since Independence (Cambridge, 2004). The Domestic Dynamics of the Mexican and Bolivian Revolutions, in Proclaiming Revolution: The Bolivian Revolution in Comparative Perspective (London, 2003), 54-90. Tres crisis de fin de siglo en M, in Crisis, reform y revolución (Mexico City, 2002), 87-128. The Weight of the State in Modern Mexico, in Studies in the Formation of the Nation State in Latin America (London, 2002), 212-253. Democratic and Revolutionary Traditions in Latin America.

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In book: Caciquismo in Twentieth-Century Mexico, Chapter: Engendering Caciquismo. Cite this publication. Prices, wages and profit margins in Mexico have varied considerably. The purpose of this study is to analyze the evolution of profit margins in the Mexican manufacturing industry during the last two decades and to provide an explanation for the changes. The econometric study shows that surges in the exchange rate provoke increases in prices, both because imported input costs rise and because.

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Caciquismo (roughly translated as "boss politics") has played a major role in Mexican political and social life. Loosely knit interest groups, or "caciques," of diverse character—syndicates, farmers, left- and right-wingers, white-collar workers—have exercised great power within Mexico's distinctive political system. The peculiarities of Mexico's system have greatly depended on this kind of informal politics, which combines repression, patronage, and charismatic leadership. As such, caciquismo fits uncomfortably within the formal analysis of laws, parties, and elections and has been relatively neglected by academics. Though its demise has often been predicted, it has survived, evolved, and adjusted to Mexico's rapid post-revolutionary transformation. Incorporating the research of historians, political scientists, sociologists, and anthropologists, this book reevaluates the crucial role of the cacique in modern Mexico. It suggests that caciquismo has survived decades of change and upheaval and remains an important, if underestimated, feature of recent Mexican politics. Contributors include Christopher Boyer (University of Illinois at Chicago), Keith Brewster (University of Newcastle upon Tyne), Matthew Butler (Queen's University, Belfast), Marco Calderón (El Colegio de Michoacán, Mexico), Maria Teresa Fernández Aceves (Centro de Investigaciones en Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social [CIESAS], Mexico), Rogelio Hernández Rodríuez (El Colegio de México), Stephen Lewis (California State University, Chico), Salvador Maldonado Aranda (El Colegio de Michoacán, Mexico), Jennie Purnell (Boston College), Jan Rus (Tzotzil Instituto de Asesoría Antropológica para la Región Maya, and Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, University of California, San Diego), Pieter de Vries (Wageningen University), and J. Eduardo Zárate H (El Colegio de México, Michoacán).


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