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标题:Clarifying a Contested Concept: Populism in the Study of Latin American Politics
时间:2020-01-14 23:06:44
DOI:10.2307/422412
作者:Weyland; Kurt
关键词:tourism;identity-building;post-socialism;Romania
出版源: 《Comparative Politics》 ,34 (1) :1
摘要:Populism has traditionally been defined as a cumulative concept, characterized by the simultaneous presence of political, economic, social, and discursive attributes. Radial concepts of populism offer a looser way of spanning different domains. Criticism of modernization and dependency theory, which assumed fight connections between different domains, and the emergence of new types of personalistic leadership that lack some traditional attributes of populism have made cumulative and radial concepts of populism problematic. Populism can be reconceptualized as a classical concept located in a single domain, politics. Populism can be defined as a political strategy through which a personalistic leader seeks or exercises government power through direct, unmediated uninstitutionalized support from large numbers of followers.
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  • Issue Table of Contents
    • Comparative Politics, Vol. 34, No. 1 (Oct., 2001), pp. i-ii+1-126
      • Front Matter [pp.i-84]
      • Clarifying a Contested Concept: Populism in the Study of Latin American Politics [pp.1-22]
      • Does Money Matter? Credible Commitments and Campaign Finance in New Democracies: Theory and Evidence from Brazil [pp.23-42]
      • The Reconstruction of Society: Understanding the Indigenous Response to French and British Rule in Cameroun [pp.43-62]
      • To Shoot or Not to Shoot: Posttotalitarianism in China and Eastern Europe [pp.63-83]
      • Coalition Formation and the Regime Divide in New Democracies: East Central Europe [pp.85-104]
      • Review Article
        • Gender and the Welfare State: New Research on the Origins and Consequences of Social Policy Regimes [pp.105-124]
      • Abstracts [pp.125-126]
      • Back Matter

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