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Political attitudes in Venezuela

Enrique A. Baloyra

Political attitudes in Venezuela

societal cleavages and political opinion

by Enrique A. Baloyra

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Published by University of Texas Press in Austin .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Venezuela,
  • Venezuela.
    • Subjects:
    • Public opinion -- Venezuela.,
    • Venezuela -- Social conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

      StatementEnrique A. Baloyra and John D. Martz.
      SeriesThe Texas Pan American series
      ContributionsMartz, John D., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHN370.Z9 P82
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxix, 300 p. :
      Number of Pages300
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4726455M
      ISBN 100292764537
      LC Control Number78014241

        The first book in a new series on oil exporting countries, Venezuela: the Political Economy of Oil is indispensable for all observers of the world oil market. As the founding member of OPEC, Venezuela continues to hold a central position in the world petroleum market. Its national oil company, PdVSA, the third largest oil company in the world Author: Juan Carlos Boue. MARCH 3 Venezuela I. Introduction As the country marked the one-year anniversary of the death of Hugo Chávez on 5th March , Venezuela found itself in the midst of widespread political violence.

      This book is indispensable for understanding the revolutionary process in Venezuela. —Saul Landau, author of The Business of America. and The Pre-Emptive Empire: A Guide to Bush’s Kingdom. This well-crafted, well-edited, and engaging book is a bracing antidote and a pleasure to read. Much political writing on Venezuela also passed over certain non-establishment political actors or failed to objectively represent their causes. Thus, for instance, political literature emphasized the national leaderships of the political parties at the outset of the democratic period in and their increasingly partisan, if not sectarian Author: Steve Ellner.

      Sandra T. Marquart-Pyatt, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Introduction. Political tolerance, defined as the willingness to grant political rights to disliked groups, is central to studies of democratic values given its links with civil liberties and political more than six decades, scholars have tracked public opinion on. This book: Summarizes the state of the art in computational modeling of political attitudes, with illustrations and examples featured throughout.-Explores the different approaches to computational modeling and how the complexity requirements of political science should determine the direction of research and evaluation methods.-Addresses the.


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Book Description: Here is a benchmark study of voter attitudes in a Latin American country. This volume is based on extensive survey research conducted during the Venezuelan elections of The methods employed by Baloyra and Martz to poll an "unpollable" society successfully challenge previously established paradigms.

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The authors discuss in great detail the bases, mechanics, and findings of a large sample survey of political attitudes in Venezuela conducted in Different chapters cover the social context of political opinion, the social context of political experience Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Baloyra, Enrique A., Political attitudes in Venezuela.

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In the middle of the s, Venezuela and Cuba worked so closely together that President Chavez said that the two nations were the same country under the same government. Throughout this exchange, Cuba seized the important to implant its Soviet-inspired political culture into the heart of Venezuela’s political apparatus.

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2 One, the brief history of Venezuela by Miguel Tinker Salas, begins with the arrival of Spaniards in the sixteenth century. Especially relevant for this review is his discussion of how the discovery and exploitation of petroleum Author: David J. Myers. Miguel Tinker Salas Presents his Book "Venezuela: What Everyone Needs to know" The political discontent and the support of social movements that propelled Chávez to power in thrust Venezuela onto the international stage and recast relations with the United States, Latin America, and the.

The book shows insights taken from Chávez’s diaries and interviews to build a characterization of the Venezuelan leader and his political project. This book was published in English and Spanish.

Martin, Heather. “Coup‐Proofing and Beyond: The Regime‐Survival Strategies of Hugo Chávez.” Latin American Policy (): – My research topics include political system attitudes (especially regime support), populism, and the interaction of political economy and culture.

This book resolves one of Latin America's most difficult public opinion puzzles: the discrepancy between policy performance and regime support in Chile and Venezuela. Using insights drawn from. With a resilient two-party political system, Venezuela was seen as a model of democratic stability.

In a sense, this made much of Venezuela's internal dynamics of little interest to policy analysts and academics; throughout the s and s, for example, there were virtually no serious studies of Venezuela's armed forces, which reflected the Author: Michael Shifter.

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In particular, we explore how variation in political and economic exclusion in institutionally democratic states may shape a variety of political attitudes and behavior, including political participation, democratic values, tolerance, and trust in government.

Jana Morgan and Magda Hinojosa. “An Introduction to Implicit Attitudes in Political Science Research.” PS: Political Science & Politics (): – E-mail Citation» An introductory article capping a collection of short essays on implicit attitudes and political science, it lays bare some implications of the former for the latter.In this book, the authors construct a theoretical model to calculate the effect of voters' attitudes about race and immigration on political parties' stances on income distribution.