Latin American Research Review
Jul 13, 2018 0
Representing Blackness in Brazil’s Changing Television Landscape: The Cases of Mister Brau and O Grande Gonzalez
If, in 2018, one was to look at Brazilian television and new media for the first time, he or she would encounter a mediascape seemingly not that different from that of United States: there would...
Jul 06, 2018 0
Bribery cartels between officials and local leaders hide corruption. Bribery cartels operate around the world: della Porta and Vannucci (1999) document cartels of businesspeople and politicians in...
Jun 15, 2018 0
Buen Vivir has become a hot topic in the last years. It is present not only in research, but also in politics from local to global levels including the most visible platforms. This could be one...
Jun 29, 2018 0
Political Mandate and Clarity of Responsibility: Economic Policies under Rightist Governments in Latin America
The "Pink tide" that swept across Latin America in the early part of the 21st century motivated political economists to develop a litany of theories to explain economic policy decisions under leftist...
Jun 22, 2018 0
A violência no Brasil vem atingindo níveis alarmantes. Nos últimos meses, uma série de rebeliões em presídios das regiões Norte e Nordeste do país ganhou as capas dos noticiários internacionais....
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