2 edition of Studies of repression in Latin America found in the catalog.
Studies of repression in Latin America
by Council on International Studies, State University of New York at Buffalo in Buffalo
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Jaime A. Giordano, Osvaldo Chinchon, José A. Moreno.|
|Series||Special studies - Council on International Studies, State University of New York at Buffalo -- no. 77, Special studies (State University of New York at Buffalo. Council on International Studies) -- no. 77|
|Contributions||Chinchon, Osvaldo., Moreno, José Antonio, 1928-|
|LC Classifications||PQ7953 C56 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||53 leaves. --|
|Number of Pages||53|
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Contents: National identity in the contemporary Chilean essay, by J.A. GiordanoThe novel Mas afuera and repression in Chile during the Ibañez regime, by Osvaldo ChinchónClass domination, repression and economic penetration in the Dominican Republic:by J.A.
:// This volume investigates the relationship between protest, repression and political regimes in Latin America and sub-Saharan Africa. Considering how different political regimes use repression and respond to popular protest, this book analyzes the The third conclusion—that democracies pacify—refers to the consistent finding from global studies that democracies are less repressive than authoritarian regimes (Henderson ; Poe and Tate ), though some studies have found that there is a threshold effect in which repression is reduced at only high levels of democracy (Davenport and This edited volume explores political violence and genocide in Latin America during the Cold War, examining this in light of the United States’ hegemonic position on the continent.
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Repression, Exile, and Democracy, translated from the Spanish, is the first work to examine the impact of dictatorship on Uruguyan of Uruguay's best-known poets, writers of fiction, playwrights, literary critics and social scientists participate in this multidisciplinary study, analyzing how varying cultural expressions have been affected by conditions of censorship, exile and › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Politics & Government.
Latin American Studies Latin America is diverse linguistically, and culturally. This list is intended to cut across the various disciplines of anthropology, geography, history, languages, political science, and sociology.
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America and the former Soviet Republics have witnessed the election of, and re-election of, presidents who repress the civil liberties (rights to a free press, speech and legal guarantees) of their citizens.
Within Latin America, commonly cited examples include Alberto Fujimori in Peru and Hugo Chávez in :// Her book exposes the consequences of repression for social processes in Latin America, and enriches our understanding of the conflicted nature of memory. As societies struggle to come to terms with the past this wise book offers :// To the Editors: In recent months and years, the lives of Latin American people have been profoundly affected by a level of violent repression that is among the highest in the world today.
The populations of, in particular, Argentina, Chile, El Salvador, Guatemala, Paraguay, Uruguay, Bolivia, and Colombia have been terrorized by a wave of [ ] 'Everywhere you look in Latin America you see struggles between drug gangs and the state.
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In each case the dictator faced distinct social challenges and responded with specifically tailored repressive :// Introducing the distinction between centralizedrand decentralized state repression, and considering advances derived from the global agenda and area studies of Latin America, this article presents.
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