Catalogue


Socio-political dynamics within the crisis of the left : Argentina and Brazil /
edited by Juan Pablo Ferrero, Ana Natalucci, and Luciana Tatagiba.
imprint
London ; New York : Rowman & Littlefield International, [2019]
description
xiv, 310 pages ; 24 cm
ISBN
1786607840, 9781786607843, 9781786607850
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imprint
London ; New York : Rowman & Littlefield International, [2019]
isbn
1786607840
9781786607843
9781786607850
contents note
Changing socio-political dynamics within the crisis of the left turn in Argentina and Brazil / Juan Pablo Ferrero, Ana Natalucci and Luciana Tatagiba -- Crossroads of Brazilian democracy : dynamics of social mobilization during left turn circle / Luciana Tatagiba -- Social mobilisation and politics in Argentina : peak and crisis of the left turn / Ana Natalucci -- Between streets and the Facebook : engaged action in the pro-impeachment campaign in Brazil (2014-2016) / Débora Zanini & Luciana Tatagiba -- Tracing the left turn crisis through Argentine protests : the anti-Kirchnerist cycle of mobilisation (2012-2013) / Tomás Gold -- Labour conflicts and union strategies in Dilma Roussef's governments / Andréia Galvão -- "Worlds of work" during last Kirchnerism : the cases of the CGT and the CTEP (2011-2015) / María Belén Morris -- "Occupy and resist" : the autonomist imaginary in the new youth activism in Brazil / Antonia Campos and Ana Cláudia Teixeira -- The revitalisation of youth engagement in Argentina's left turn / Lucía Carnelli and Josefina Furfaro -- Recent changes in the Brazilian feminist movement : the emergence of new collective actors / Jonas Medeiros and Fabiola Fanti -- What about women during the left turn? : the case of #NiUnaMenos in Argentina / Julieta Rey -- Final remarks : disputing democracy again / Juan Pablo Ferrero and Ana Natalucci.
abstract
"This collection studies the gestation of the crisis of the left turn consensus dominant in Argentina and Brazil for the past 15 years and the emerging socio-political dynamics developing in this particular context of change"--
catalogue key
12649471
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.

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