Latin American Politics and Society

Papers
(The TQCC of Latin American Politics and Society is 1. 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 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
The Bolsonaro Voter: Issue Positions and Vote Choice in the 2018 Brazilian Presidential Elections65
Will I Get COVID-19? Partisanship, Social Media Frames, and Perceptions of Health Risk in Brazil37
One-Eyed State: The Politics of Legibility and Property Taxation15
Subnational Variation Across States: A Typology and Research Agenda15
The Subnational Indigenous Quota in Peru: The Paradoxes of Political Representation14
Who Shot the Bullets? Exposure to Violence and Attitudes Toward Peace: Evidence from the 2016 Colombian Referendum12
Introduction The Grassroots Right in Latin America: Patterns, Causes, and Consequences8
Territorial Inequality in Health Service Delivery: Lessons from Latin America’s Federations8
Negative Partisanship in Latin America7
Informal Gold Miners, State Fragmentation, and Resource Governance in Bolivia and Peru7
Community Organizations and Latin America’s Poorest Citizens: Voting, Protesting, and Contacting Government7
Competitive Authoritarianism in Morales’s Bolivia: Skewing Arenas of Competition7
Reevaluating the Role of Ideology in Chile7
Political Rights Regulation by Deferral: Obstacles to External Voting in Uruguay7
Populist Framing Mechanisms and the Rise of Right-wing Activism in Brazil7
On the Strategic Uses of Women’s Rights: Backlash, Rights-based Framing, and Anti-Gender Campaigns in Colombia’s 2016 Peace Agreement7
The Nearness of Youth: Spatial and Temporal Effects of Protests on Political Attitudes in Chile6
Pro-Life and Feminist Mobilization in the Struggle over Abortion in Mexico: Church Networks, Elite Alliances, and Partisan Context6
Dilemmas of Co-production: How Street Waste Pickers Became Excluded from Inclusive Recycling in São Paulo6
Notes on a Perilous Journey to the United States: Irregular Migration, Trafficking in Persons, and Organized Crime5
“Paz sí, pero no así”?Voter Profiles and Attitudes Toward the 2016 Colombian Peace Agreement5
Institutional Change in Constrained Circumstances: Gender, Resistance, and Critical Actors in the Chilean Executive5
Bringing Back the State: Understanding Varieties of Pension Re-reforms in Latin America5
Government and Opposition in Legislative Speechmaking: Using Text-As-Data to Estimate Brazilian Political Parties’ Policy Positions5
Informalities: An Index Approach to Informal Work and Its Consequences5
Latin American Politics and the Subnational Comparative Method: Vertical and Horizontal Challenges5
“The Criminal Actors Have a Social Base in Their Communities”: Gangs and Service Provision in Medellín, Colombia5
How Predatory Informal Rules Outlast State Reform: Evidence from Postauthoritarian Guatemala4
The Drug Trade and State Violence in Internal Conflicts: Evidence from Peru4
Place-Sensitive Policies in the Provision of Subnational Public Goods in Colombia4
The Rise of the Contentious Right: Digitally Intermediated Linkage Strategies in Argentina and Brazil4
Ideological Vote and Electoral Performance of the Bolivian MAS, 2002–20143
Governance Quality, Fairness Perceptions, and Satisfaction with Democracy in Latin America3
Migrant Remittances and Violent Responses to Crime in Latin America and the Caribbean3
Illegal Housing in Medellín: Autoconstruction and the Materiality of Hope3
Policy Legacies, Sociopolitical Coalitions, and the Limits of the Right Turn in Latin America: The Argentine Case in Comparative Perspective3
Lost in Corporate Translation: How Firms Mediate Between Social Mobilization and Regulatory Intervention in the Extractive Sector3
A Multilevel Model of Ideological Congruence in Latin America3
Mexico’s Armed Vigilante Movements (2012–2015): The Impact of Low State Capacity and Economic Inequality3
Bolsonaro and the Black Vote: Racial Voting in Brazil’s 2018 Election3
Subordinated Autonomy and the Political Inclusion of Women in Indigenous Mexico2
Partisan Stereotyping and Polarization in Brazil2
Constituency Effects and Legislative Dissent Under Closed-List Proportional Representation2
The Politics of Private Violence: How Intimate Partner Violence Victimization Influences Political Attitudes2
The Politics of Crime in Latin America: New Insights, Future Challenges2
Varieties of Economic Vulnerability: Evidence on Social Policy Preferences and Labor Informality from Mexico2
Satisfaction with the Police in Chile: The Importance of Legitimacy and Fair Treatment2
Labor Informality and the Vote in Latin America: A Meta-analysis2
How Do Local Public Spending Decisions Shape Corruption Perceptions? Evidence from Mexico2
Modes of Extraction in Latin America’s Lithium Triangle: Explaining Negotiated, Unnegotiated, and Aborted Mining Projects2
Determinants of Bicameral Conflict: The Formation of Conference Committees in Chile, 1990-20182
Rage in the Machine: Activation of Racist Content in Social Media2
Weapons of Clients: Why Do Voters Support Bad Patrons? Ethnographic Evidence from Rural Brazil1
Rethinking the Right in Latin America1
Futurity Beyond the State: Illegal Markets and Imagined Futures in Latin America1
Explaining New Patterns in Family Leave Policies in Latin America: Competing Visions and Facilitating Institutions1
The Pink Tide and Income Inequality in Latin America1
From Second-Best to First-Best Veto Point: Explaining the Changing Uses of Judicial Review and Referendums in Uruguay1
Los nadies y las nadies: The Effect of Peacebuilding on Political Behavior in Colombia1
Learning Targets: Policy Paradigms and State Responses to the Anticorruption Transnational Advocacy Network Campaign in Guatemala1
A New Contract? The Joint Mobilization of Unionized and Contract Workers in Latin America1
Advocacy, Misdirection, Protest, and Exit: Strategies of Aspiration and Anxiety amid Crime and Conflict in Putumayo1
Uneven States, Unequal Societies, and Democracy’s Unfulfilled Promises: Citizenship Rights in Chile and Contemporary Latin America1
International Clientelistic Networks: The Case of Venezuela at the United Nations General Assembly, 1999–20151
A Strategic Approach to the Alliance-Formation Process Between Activists and Legislators in Chile1
Gustavo A. Flores-Macías, ed., The Political Economy of Taxation in Latin America. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. Figures, tables, appendix, bibliography, index, 271 pp.; hardcover $ 99.1
Jessica A. J. Rich, State-Sponsored Activism: Bureaucrats and Social Movements in Democratic Brazil. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. Figures, illustrations, appendix, bibliography, index,1
Willingness: Human Rights Crises and State Response in Mexico1
Uruguay and Contemporary Theories of Wage Coordination: Origins and Stabilization of Segmented Neocorporatism, 2005–20191
New Avenues in the Study of Crime, Violence, and State in Latin America1
(Il)legal Aspirations: Of Legitimate Crime and Illegitimate Entrepreneurship in Nicaragua1
Enforcing Citizen Participation Through Litigation: Analyzing the Outcomes of Anti-Dam Movements in Brazil and Chile1
Political Trust and Ecological Crisis Perceptions in Developing Economies: Evidence from Ecuador1
Informal Customary Institutions, Collective Action, and Submunicipal Public Goods Provision in Mexico1
Informal Coalitions and Legislative Agenda Setting in Mexico’s Multiparty Presidential System1
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