Politics in Mexico The Democratic Consolidation

ISBN-10: 0195313321

ISBN-13: 9780195313321

Edition: 5th 2006 (Revised)

Authors: Roderic Ai Camp
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Description: This detailed and accessible text gives readers a general introduction to all aspects of Mexican politics and the necessary historical grounding to understand it. Camp provides up-to-date information on such timely topics as decision-making, political participation, citizen socialization, voter behaviour, and electoral politics. The book also offers original analysis of the 2006 presidential election, and compares voter behaviour and electorial outcomes with the 2000 and 2003 elections. This text is perfect for classes in Mexican Politics, Latin American Politics and comparative politics.

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Book details

List price: $47.95
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/13/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 352
Size: 8.00" wide x 8.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.858
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Mexico in Comparative Context.
Why Compare Political Cultures?
Some Interpretations of the Mexican System
Mexico's Significance in a Comparative Context
Conclusion
Political-Historical Roots: The Impact of Time and Place.
The Spanish Heritage
Nineteenth-Century Political Heritage
The Revolutionary Heritage: Social Violence and Reform
The Politics of Place: Interface with the United States
Conclusion
Contemporary Political Culture: What Mexicans Believe.
Legitimacy: Support for the Political System
Participation: Activating the Electorate
Democracy: What Does It Mean?
Conclusion
Political Attitudes and Their Origins: Partisanship, Alienation, and Tolerance.
Income and Politics
Education and Politics
Religion and Politics
Gender and Politics
Region and Politics
Age and Politics
Conclusion
Rising to the Top: The Recruitment of Political Leadership.
The Formal Rules
The Informal Rules: What Is Necessary to Rise to the Top
The Rise of Women
The Camarilla: Group Politics in Mexico
The Rise and Decline of the Technocrat
Conclusion
Groups and the State: What Is the Relationship?.
The Residue of Corporatism
Institutional Voices
The Military
The Church
Business
Organized Labor
Intellectuals and the Media
Voices of Dissent
Nongovernmental Organizations
Guerrillas
Conclusion
Who Governs? The Structure of Decision-Making.
The Executive Branch
The Legislative Branch
The Judicial Branch
Federalism
Conclusion
Expanding Participation: The Electoral Process.
Electoral Reforms
The 1988 and 1994 Presidential Elections
The 2000 Presidential Election, a Political Landmark
The 2003 Election and the Presidential Race of 2006
Parties: Their Origins and Future
National Action Party
Democratic Revolutionary Party
Institutional Revolutionary Party
Conclusion
External Politics: Relations with the United States.
National Security Issues
Cultural Interface
Economic Linkages
Conclusion
Political and Economic Modernization: A Revolution?.
Bases for Economic Modernization
Economic Liberalization
Democratization
Mexico's Future
Bibliographic Essay
Index
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