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Venezuela's Bolivarian democracy : participation, politics, and culture under Chávez

Durham : Duke University Press, 2011.
Descripción: xxii, 381 páginas : ilustraciones, mapas, fotografías en blanco y negro ; 24 x 16 x 3 cm.

ISBN: 9780822350415

Foreword: Venezuelas Bolivarian Democracy Julia Buxton

Introduction: Participation, Politics, and Culture-Emerging Fragments of Venezuelas Bolivarian Democracy David Smile

Defying the Iron Law of Oligarchy I: How Does "El Pueblo" Conceive Democracy? Daniel Hellinger

Participatory Democracy in Venezuela: Origins, Ideas, and Implementation Margarita López Maya and Luis E. Lander

Urban Land Committees: Co-optation, Autonomy, and Protagonism María Pilar Garcia - Guadilla

Catia Sees You: Community Television, Clientelism, and the State in the Chávez Era Naomi Schiller

Radio Bemba in an Age of Electronic Media: The Dynamics of Popular Communication in Chávezs Venezuela Sujatha Fernandes

"We Are Still Rebels": The Challenge of Popular History in bolivarian Venezuela Alejandro Velasco

The Misiones of the Chávez Government Kirk A. Hawkins, Guillermo Rosas, and Michael E. Johnson

Defying the Iron Law Oligarchy II: Debating Democracy Online in Venezuela Daniel Hellinger

Venezuelas Telenovela: Polarization and Political Discourse in Cosita Rica Carolina Acosta-Alzuru

The Color of Mobs: Racial Politics, Ethnopopulism, and Representation in the Chávez Era Luis Duno Gottberg

Talking Possession of Public Discourse: Women and the Practice of Political Poetry in Venezuela Elizabeth Gackstetter Nichols

Christianity and Politics in Venezuelas Bolivarian Democracy: Catholics, Evangelicals, and Political Polarization David Smilde and Coraly Pagan

Afterword: Chavismo and Venezuelan Democracy in a New Decade Daniel Hellinger.



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