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The third edition of Democratic Latin America retains its classic institutional approach to understand contemporary Latin American politics. Each chapter focuses on a different institution and compares how they are constructed differently across countries. Placing a premium on accessibility, the chapters open with a story and end with a detailed country case study, making use of contemporary examples to feed student interest in current events, with comparison-based tables and box features interspersed throughout to stimulate analysis. Every chapter finishes with a set of questions and…mehr

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The third edition of Democratic Latin America retains its classic institutional approach to understand contemporary Latin American politics. Each chapter focuses on a different institution and compares how they are constructed differently across countries. Placing a premium on accessibility, the chapters open with a story and end with a detailed country case study, making use of contemporary examples to feed student interest in current events, with comparison-based tables and box features interspersed throughout to stimulate analysis. Every chapter finishes with a set of questions and recommended readings. This approach allows for a very practical approach to politics that encourages critical analysis.

Updates to this new edition include:

  • updated comparison-based tables and box features to stimulate analysis;
  • new "Country in the Spotlight" to include developments unique to each country; and
  • discussions on political change in Cuba, indigenous peoples and political power, neopopulism, impeachment procedures, transitional justice, the 2019 protests, the new militarism, the mobilization of women against violence, LGBT rights, the evangelical movement, and the Colombian peace process.


A clear-eyed look at political institutions to provide a roadmap to the political activity in a country, Democratic Latin America continues to offer an original way of teaching and learning about Latin American politics.


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Autorenporträt
Craig L. Arceneaux is Professor of Political Science at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. He is author of Bounded Missions: Democratization in the Southern Cone and Brazil, co-author of Transforming Latin America, and editor of The Other World: Issues and Politics of the Developing World, in addition to various scholarly articles on civil-military relations, democratization, and elections in Latin America.