2 edition of Labor movements under authoritarian regimes found in the catalog.
Labor movements under authoritarian regimes
J. Samuel Valenzuela
Summary of presentations and discussions from a colloquium sponsored by the Center for European Studies and the Committee on Latin American and Iberian Studies, 1981.
|Statement||J. Samuel Valenzuela, Jeffrey Goodwin.|
|Series||Monographs on Europe -- 5.|
|Contributions||Goodwin, Jeffrey., Harvard University. Center for European Studies., Harvard University. Committee on Latin American and Iberian Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||50 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||50|
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Authoritarian regime types revisited: updated data in comparative perspective Michael Wahmana∗, Jan Teorellb∗∗ and Axel Hadeniusc∗∗∗ aCenter for European Studies, University of Texas at Austin, W 21st Street, Stop A, Austin, TX , USA; bDepartment of Political Science, Lund University, Lund, Sweden; cDepartment of Government, Uppsala University, Uppsala, SwedenFile Size: KB. to labor in widely divergent settings, this volume argues that political legacies provide new insights into why labor movements in some countries have confronted the challenges of neoliberal globalization better than others. Keywords. labor, authoritarianism, unions, Eastern Europe, East Asia, Southeast Asia, Latin America, communism.
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Labor movements and dictatorships: the Southern Cone in comparative perspective. [Paul W Drake] -- A comparative study of the experience of working-class movements under capitalist authoritarian regimes from the s to the s.
This text offers a series of country studies - on Uruguay, Chile. In Labor Movements and Dictatorships, Paul Drake provides a comprehensive comparative study of the experience of working-class movements under capitalist authoritarian regimes from.
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Authoritarianism is a form of government characterized by strong central power and limited political freedoms. Political scientists have created many typologies describing variations of authoritarian forms of government. Authoritarian regimes may be either autocratic or oligarchic in nature, and may be based upon the rule of a party or the military.
In an influential work, the political. LABOR MOVEMENTS IN TRANSITIONS TO DEMOCRACY: A FRAMEWORK FOR ANALYSIS J. Samuel Valenzuela Working Paper # - June labor movements and processes of redemocratization, both in terms of labor’s reactions to the A brief digression on the treatment of labor under authoritarian regimes is.
Can authoritarian regimes use democratic institutions to strengthen and solidify their rule. The Chinese government has legislated some of the most protective workplace laws in the world and opened up the judicial system to adjudicate workplace conflict, emboldening China's workers to use these by: And it’s occurring in a country that has many similarities to other countries living under authoritarian regimes with limited employment opportunities and a kind of long-term economic stagnation.
The relationship between these movements and the struggle against the authoritarian regimes that plagued the area during the s and s has been widely reported and analyzed (Bousquet, Author: Joel Stillerman.
This book is about how popular social movements emerge and survive in authoritarian regimes and what their presence means for political and social change. The s and s saw the rise of social movements (urban neighborhood organizations, independent peasant and labor movements, environmental, women's, and human rights organizations) under.
A Theory of Competitive Authoritarian Institutitons and Democratic Transition Mario Chac on October 8, Abstract This paper develops a model to study the e ects of electoral competition in nonde-mocratic regimes. In this model, an authoritarian government can introduce a system of fraudulent elections anticipating a democratic transition.
In the interwar period, authoritarian regimes were established in these nations. After Lenin’s death ina desperate power struggle unfolded in the Soviet Union between Stalin and Trotsky.
Stalin used his strong base of support in the party to force Trotsky out of power. Under Stalin, an authoritarian regime of the left was intensified.
Authoritarian Regimes and Social Movements. in Mexico's authoritarian regime, the book shows that the spread of U.S. Protestant missionaries and the competition for indigenous souls motivated. Book Manuscript, "Going Political: Labor Mobilization, Institutions, and Democratic Unrest in North Africa" My book manuscript, tentatively titled Going Political?:Labor, Institutions, and Democratic Unrest in North Africa, investigates variation in the political behavior of labor unions within authoritarian one of the largest and most well organized components of civil society.
“ Liberalizing Electoral Outcomes in Competitive Authoritarian Regimes.” American Journal of Political Science (): – Huntington, Samuel by: The proportion of the world living under authoritarian regimes was found to be per cent.
per cent of the combined populations of countries surveyed live in flawed democracies. The unit attributed the UK’s increase (from in to in ) to the EU referendum, which increased political : Joe Vesey-Byrne. Abstract This study explores whether and how exposure to mass media affects regime support in competitive authoritarian regimes.
Using geographical and temporal variation in newspaper circulation and radio signal strength in South Korea under Park Chung Hee's competitive authoritarian rule (), we find that greater exposure to media was correlated with more opposition to the. Thus the Mexican authoritarian regime, too, began as the rule of military leaders accustomed to using force in domestic politics.
All five political regimes emerged from the political actions of top-ranking soldiers, and all but Mexico’s were founded between and Latin American authoritarian regimes out-lived Park’s (assassinated onFile Size: 83KB. J. Samuel Valenzuela is Professor of Sociology at the University of Notre Dame.
Valenzuela's publications have focused on the origins and development of electoral processes, on labor movements and politics, on oppositions under authoritarian regimes, on democratic transitions and consolidation, on political parties, on problems and theories of development, and on comparative methodology.The authors specifically focus on why and how organized labor movements in the first half of the twentieth century were incorporated into the political process in the eight Latin American countries they study.
and in most cases the regimes under which incorporation had been inaugurated eventually broke down in the face of rising opposition.argues that whether political representation is guaranteed for organized labor in the stages of authoritarian and democratic regimes shapes the national variations of labor movements-the militant unionism in Korea versus the partisan unionism in Taiwan .