Latin American Research Review

Papers
(The TQCC of Latin American Research Review is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
The Ideational Approach to Populism126
The Architecture of Feminicide: The State, Inequalities, and Everyday Gender Violence in Honduras56
HowMachismoGot Its Spurs—in English: Social Science, Cold War Imperialism, and the Ethnicization of Hypermasculinity40
Indigenous Resistance to Criminal Governance: Why Regional Ethnic Autonomy Institutions Protect Communities from Narco Rule in Mexico35
Imagining Latin American Social Science from the Global South: Orlando Fals Borda and Participatory Action Research34
Leaving the Devil You Know: Crime Victimization, US Deterrence Policy, and the Emigration Decision in Central America30
Determinants of Support for Extralegal Violence in Latin America and the Caribbean25
Sentenced to Debt: Explaining Student Mobilization in Chile24
Hydroterritorial Configuration and Confrontation: The Daule-Peripa Multipurpose Hydraulic Scheme in Coastal Ecuador21
Organizing Twenty-First-Century Activism: From Structure to Strategy in Latin American Social Movements20
Living in Gang-Controlled Neighborhoods: Impacts on Electoral and Nonelectoral Participation in El Salvador19
Violent Nonstate Actors and the Emergence of Hybrid Governance in South America17
The Functions of Letters to the Editor in Reform-Era Cuba16
Barriers to Egalitarianism: Distributive Tensions in Latin American Federations15
Spatially Polarized Landscapes and a New Approach to Urban Inequality15
The Routinization of Violence in Latin America: Ethnographic Revelations14
Teachers, Folklore, and the Crafting ofSerranoCultural Identity in Peru13
Estimation of the Value of Statistical Life in Chile and Extrapolation to Other Latin American Countries13
I Monster: Embodying Trans andTravestiResistance in Latin America13
Criminal Violence in Latin America13
Social Responses to Criminal Governance in Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Kingston, and Medellín13
Foreign Policy Change in Latin America: Exploring a Middle-Range Concept12
From Indigenous Literatures to Native American and Indigenous Theorists: The Makings of a Grassroots Decoloniality12
Evaluation of a CO2 Tax in Chile: Emissions Reduction or Design Problems?12
Toward Realizing the Potential of Latin America’s Women Entrepreneurs: An Analysis of Barriers and Challenges11
Mexicans and Colombians at Home and Abroad: A Comparative Study of Political Engagement11
Evaluating the Effect of Homicide Prevention Strategies in São Paulo, Brazil: A Synthetic Control Approach11
The Uneven Impacts of Violence against Women Reform in Guatemala: Intersecting Inequalities and the Patchwork State11
Residential Segregation by Skin Color: Brazil Revisited10
Racism and Race Mixture in Latin America10
Vulnerable Women in a Thriving Country: An Analysis of Twenty-First-Century Domestic Workers in Peru and Recommendations for Future Research10
Collusion and Cynicism at the Urban Margins9
Genealogía de la comunalidad indígena: Descolonialidad, transmodernidad y diálogos inter-civilizatorios8
Latin American Critical Epistemologies toward a Biocentric Turn in Communication for Social Change: Communication from a Good Living Perspective8
El Caribe, la colonialidad, y el giro decolonial8
Institutional Strengthening in a Receding Movement: The Trajectory ofPiqueteroOrganizations between 2003 and 20157
Inequality and Inclusion in Latin America7
New Media and Support for Same-Sex Marriage7
Swinging Leftward: Public Opinion on Economic and Political Integration in Latin America, 1997–20107
Vote Buying in Brazil: From Impunity to Prosecution6
Fiscal Redistribution and Ethnoracial Inequality in Bolivia, Brazil, and Guatemala6
Aging and Productivity in Latin America6
Remnants of Truth: The Role of Archives in Human Rights Trials for Operation Condor6
Practicing Intersectionality: Brazilian Domestic Workers’ Strategies of Building Alliances and Mobilizing Identity6
Who Is the Citizen in Citizen Security?5
Authoritarianism, Social Dominance, and Contesting Human Rights in Latin America5
Liberalism and Its Contradictions: Democracy and Hierarchy in Mestizaje and Genomics in Latin America5
A Monthly Regional Indicator of Economic Activity: An Application for Latin America5
Candidate Advertisements and Afro-Brazilian Political Marginalization5
Battling for the Hearts and Minds of Latin Americans: Covariance of Attitudes toward the United States and China5
Bribery Cartels: Collusive Corruption in Bolivian Street Markets5
Re-visioning Classic Maya Polities5
The Electoral Buzz: Rational Prospective Voting and the Politics of the Zika Epidemic in Brazil5
Student Mobilization, Higher Education, and the 2013 Protests in Brazil in Historical Perspective5
Indigenous Communities, Migrant Organizations, and the Ephemeral Nature of Translocality5
Political Decentralization and Party Decay in Latin America4
Contemporary Latin American Inequality: Class Struggle, Decolonization, and the Limits of Liberal Citizenship4
Short- and Long-Term Partisanship: Campaign Effects and the Stability of Party Identification in Latin America4
The Colombia-Israel Nexus: Toward Historical and Analytic Contexts4
What Went Wrong? Rethinking the Sandinista Revolution, in Light of Its Second Coming4
Fighting Past Economic Wars: Crisis and Austerity in Latin America4
Race, Racism, and Affirmative Action in Brazil and the United States4
Legislative Behavior, Mass Media, and Foreign Policy Making: The Case of Paraguay3
O efeito contagiante do sucesso feminino: A eleição de prefeitas e o impacto sobre as candidaturas nos próximos pleitos3
How Precarious Public Jobs Are Even More Precarious for Women: The Case of Mexican Police Forces3
Remittances and Vote Buying3
State Building, Ethnic Land Titling, and Transnational Organized Crime: The Case of Honduras3
Débil competitividad e institucionalidad: El crecimiento no sostenible del modelo informal3
Environment, Urbanization, and Public Health: The Bubonic Plague Epidemic of 1912 in San Juan, Puerto Rico3
The Return of International Finance and the Martínez de Hoz Plan in Argentina, 1976–19783
Colonialidad múltiple en América Latina: Estructuras de dependencia, relatos de subalternidad3
Political Regime and the Reproduction of Violence and Criminality in Latin America: An Interdisciplinary Conversation3
Coalitions, Corruption, and Crisis: The End of Brazil’s Third Republic?3
Deep Trade Agreements and Domestic Institutions in the Americas3
Mexican Anthropology and Inter-American Knowledge3
Missions, Unions, and Indigenous Organization in the Bolivian Amazon: Placing the Formation of an Indigenous Organization in Its Context3
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