Paper $41.95 ISBN: 9781780322049 Published October 2012 For sale in North and South America only
Cloth $134.95 ISBN: 9781780322056 Published October 2012 For sale in North and South America only

Civil Society and the State in Left-led Latin America

Challenges and Limitations to Democratization

Edited by Barry Cannon and Peadar Kirby

Civil Society and the State in Left-led Latin America

Edited by Barry Cannon and Peadar Kirby

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256 pages | 5.4375 x 8.5
Paper $41.95 ISBN: 9781780322049 Published October 2012 For sale in North and South America only
Cloth $134.95 ISBN: 9781780322056 Published October 2012 For sale in North and South America only
Contents
Introduction

1. Globalization, democratization and state-civil society relations. challenges for left-led Latin America - Peadar Kirby and Barry Cannon

Part 1: State-civil society relations: case studies

2. Reconfiguring the state/society complex in Venezuela - Thomas Muhr
3. State-civil society relations in post-crisis Argentina - Christopher Wylde
4. Civil society-state relations in left-led El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua - Barry Cannon and Mo Hume
5. Rafael Correa's government, social movements and civil society in Ecuador - Carlos de la Torre
6. Re-evaluating participatory governance in Brazil - Bernhard Leubolt, Wagner Romão, Joachim Becker and Andreas Novy
7. State-civil society relations during student mobilizations in Chile in 2006 and 2011 - René Jara Reyes

Part 2: Localized conflicts in a globalized age: extractivism, social policy and participation in left-led states

8. The return of the state and new extractivism. what about civil society? - Barbara Hogenboom
9. Indigenous and peasant participation in resource governance in Bolivia and Peru - Almut Schilling-Vacaflor and David Vollrath
10. Chile's mining unions and the 'new left', 1990-2010 - Jewellord T. Nem Singh

Part 3: The global, the national and the local: broadening participation?
11. Civil society participation. poverty reduction in Bolivia, Honduras and Nicaragua - Sarah Hunt
12. New left governments, civil society and constructing a social dimension in Mercosur - José Briceño Ruiz
Conclusion
13. Civil society-state relations in left-led Latin America. deepening democratization? - Barry Cannon and Peadar Kirby
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