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Venezuela"s Chavismo and populism in comparative perspective

Kirk Andrew Hawkins

Venezuela"s Chavismo and populism in comparative perspective

by Kirk Andrew Hawkins

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chávez Frías, Hugo,
  • Populism -- Venezuela,
  • Venezuela -- Politics and government -- 1999-

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementKirk A. Hawkins.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJL3831 .H39 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23622719M
    ISBN 109780521765039
    LC Control Number2009029820

      A product of careful research, the book sheds considerable light on Chávez's complex personality and delves into his childhood, personal relationships, and socialization in the military (particularly, the plotting behind his failed coup). Venezuela's Chavismo and Populism in Comparative Perspective. By Kirk A. : Michael Shifter. Hugo Chávez has been repeatedly accused of authoritarianism, principally by opposition leaders but also by many foreign supporters of the opposition and even amongst some on the left. This chapter explores this dichotomy between democracy and authoritarianism in the Chávez government. Chávez has sometimes been compared with another Latin American president branded as both populist Author: Barry Cannon.

    Chavismo: The Re-Emergence of Progressive Populism in Venezuela Populism can be seen as a movement with emancipatory intentions that opens up a democratic rift in the status quo by employing means of mass popular support in an attempt to overcome exploitation and poverty that emerge from an antagonistic socioeconomic and political : Tillman Clark.   Kirk Hawkins’ Venezuela's Chavismo and Populism in Comparative Perspective shows that corruption scandals gave rise to a series of populist movements, of which Hugo Chávez's Revolutionary Bolivarian Movement (MBR) was just one of several examples (New York: Cambridge University Press, ).

    Ibid., It is worth noting that Kirk Hawkins proposes a similar concept for the analysis of Latin American populism, and offers an interesting methodology to measure populism through the speeches of chief executives. See Hawkins, ‘Is Chávez Populist?’; Hawkins, Venezuela's Chavismo and Populism in Comparative by: The National Electoral Council (Spanish: Consejo Nacional Electoral) (CNE) is one of the five branches of government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela that was designed to be independent. It is the institution that has the responsibility of overseeing and guaranteeing the transparency of all elections and referendums in Venezuela at the local, regional, and national Headquarters: Plaza Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela.


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Chavismo, the movement that sustains Hugo Chávez in Venezuela, is a paradigmatic instance of populism. Using a novel, cross-country dataset on populist discourse, combined with extensive data from within Venezuela and across other countries, this book demonstrates that populist movements can be understood as responses to widespread corruption and economic 5/5(1).

Venezuela's Chavismo and Populism in Comparative Perspective [Hawkins, Kirk A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Venezuela's Chavismo and Populism in Comparative Perspective5/5(1). Chavismo, the movement that sustains Hugo Chávez in Venezuela, is a paradigmatic instance of populism.

Using a novel, cross-country dataset on populist discourse, combined with extensive data from within Venezuela and across other countries, this book demonstrates that populist movements can be understood as responses to widespread corruption and economic Cited by:   Venezuela's Chavismo and Populism in Comparative Perspective.

Populism is best understood as a Manichaean worldview linked to a characteristic language or discourse. Chavismo, the movement that sustains Hugo Ch vez in Venezuela, is a paradigmatic instance of populism/5.

Chavismo, the movement that sustains Hugo Ch?vez in Venezuela, is a paradigmatic instance of populism. Using a novel, cross-country dataset on populist discourse, combined with extensive data from within Venezuela and across other countries, this book demonstrates that populist movements can be understood as responses to widespread corruption and economic.

Generalmente los análisis de discurso han seguido la variante derivada del posestructuralismo de Laclau (Howarth, ; Groppo, ), o bien el análisis de contenido manifiesto del discurso a través del conteo de frases o palabras, por medio. Populism is best understood as a Manichaean worldview linked to a characteristic language or discourse.

Chavismo, the movement that sustains Hugo Chávez in Venezuela, is a paradigmatic instance of Author: Mario Poblete. Kirk A. Hawkins is the author of Venezuela's Chavismo and Populism in Comparative Perspective ( avg rating, 8 ratings, 1 review, published ) and /5. This book examines the populist movement of Hugo Chávez in Venezuela and argues that populism is a response to widespread corruption.

It measures populism across Venezuela and other countries and also explores the influence of populist ideas on political organization and policies.5/5(1). Venezuela’s warning to America: Beware the populist-turned-dictator at the New School and author of the new book, "From Fascism to Populism in case of Venezuela under Chávez.

His. Chavismo, populism, and democracy ; Measuring the populist discourse of Chavismo ; Party system breakdown and the rise of Chavismo ; The causes of populism in comparative perspective ; Populist organization: the Bolivarian circles in Venezuela ; Populist policy: the missions of the Chávez government.

Venezuela’s Chavismo and Populism in Comparative Perspective Populism is best understood as a Manichaean worldview linked to a characteristic language or discourse. Chavismo, the movement that sustains Hugo Chávez in Venezuela, is a paradigmatic instance of populism. Using a novel cross-country dataset on populist discourse,Cited by: Chavez and the Bolivarian revolution and Hawkins's Venezuela's Chavismo and populism in compar-ative perspective bring scholarship and empiricism back into analysis of this head of state.

Cannon and Hawkins are similarly motivated to see the term populism deployed in a more nuanced manner. Book Review: Venezuela's Chavismo and Populism in Comparative Perspective by Kirk Hawkins If I had to sum this book up in one word it would be "dense".

This is not a book that you would (typically) want to curl up with on a lazy afternoon to relax with. This book has an incredible wealth of information, complexity, and analysis. Abstract Since the s the rise of so-called ‘populist parties’ has given rise to thousands of books, articles, columns and editorials.

This article aims to make a threefold contribution to the current debate on populism in liberal democracies. First, a Author: Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser. Chavismo, the movement that sustains Hugo Chavez in Venezuela, is a paradigmatic instance of populism.

Using a novel, cross-country dataset on populist discourse, combined with extensive data from within Venezuela and across other countries, this book demonstrates that populist movements can be understood as responses to widespread corruption.

Venezuela's Chavismo and populism in comparative perspective. [Kirk Andrew Hawkins] -- This title examines the populist movement of Hugo Chavez in Venezuela and argues that populism is primarily a response to widespread corruption.

Venezuela's Chavismo and Populism in Comparative Perspective. [Kirk A Hawkins] -- Examines the populist movement of Hugo Chávez in Venezuela and argues that populism is primarily a response to widespread corruption.

prices—petroleum is Venezuela’s main export and accounts for approximately 95% of the country’s export earnings—and Chávez more stable in power after two major challenges—the coup and this vote—chavismo became an even more tangible reality.

I wanted to learn more about chavismo, a movement that, at that time, seemed to have. Venezuela's Chavismo and Populism in Comparative Perspective. By Kirk A. Hawkins. New York: Cambridge University Press,pp., $ Previous research on populism has debated extensively the meaning of this phenomenon, but has failed to offer a good operationalization, which has led to a dearth of empirical analyses of populism in a comparative perspective.

Populism in Venezuela: the rise of Chavi smo KIRK HAWKINS ABSTRACT In the s Venezuela experienced the rise of a new anti-party movement built around the figure of Hugo Chavez and dedicated to the funda-mental transformation of society, a movement that most Venezuelans call Chavismo.

If we define populism in strictly political terms-as the.This book examines the populist movement of Hugo Chávez in Venezuela and argues that populism is primarily a response to widespread corruption.

It defends a definition of populism as a set of ideas and measures populism across Venezuela and other countries. It also explores the influence of populist ideas on political organization and policy.Venezuela ]_ (Caracas, Grupo Alfa, ).

~~~~~ "The Perils of Populist Succession: Ecuador in Comparative Perspective" Carlos de la Torre (Sociologist, Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida) Differently from Venezuela where Maduro transformed a competitive authoritarian regime into an autocracy, in Ecuador, Lenín.