Edited book

Violent Democracies in Latin America


Editors
Arias Enrique Desmond, Goldstein Daniel M.


Publisher
Duke University Press

Publication year
2010


Place of publication
London


Chapters
  • Violent Pluralism: Understanding the New Democracies of Latin America
  • The Political and Economic Origins of Violence and Insecurity in Contemporary Latin America: Past Trajectories and Future Prospect
    Davis Diane D. pp.35-62
  • End of Discussion: Violence Partecipatory Democracy and the Limits of Dissent in Colombia
    Roldàn Mary pp.63-83
  • Maintaining Democracy in Colombia through Political Exclusion, State of Exception, Counterinsurgency and Dirty War
  • Clandestine Connections: The Political and Relational Makings of Collective Violence
    Auyero Javier pp.108-132
  • "Living in a Jungle": State Violence and Perceptions of Democracy in Buenos Aires
    Stanley Ruth pp.133-160
  • Organized Violence, Disorganized State
    Bobea Lilian pp.161-200
  • Toward Uncivil Society: Causes and Consequences of Violence in Rio de Janeiro
    Gay Robert pp.201-225
  • Violence, Democracy and Human Right in Latin America
    Landman Todd pp.226-241
  • Conclusion: Understanding Violent Pluralism

Loan status
Available for loan

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