Politics and society in latin america cannot be understood without comprehending the power of populism combining fine grained historically rich analysis with powerful feminist scholarship this superb volume explores the ways that populism and gender politics have been intertwined. Gender and populism in latin america has 3 ratings and 0 reviews in the first half of the twentieth century classic populist leaders like the perons in. Gender and populism in latin america passionate politics edited by karen kampwirth the case studies in this book offer a compelling and nuanced view of a multifaceted reality populism is extremely difficult to grasp both theoretically and empirically and its complexity and ambiguity also apply to its gendered underpinnings. Gender and populism in latin america passionate politics serena cosgrove gender and populism in latin america passionate politics edited by karen kampwirth university park pennsylvania state university press 2010 pp xiv 254 the study of populism in latin america has been a topic often ignored by feminist researchers even though . Analyzes populist movements in argentina bolivia brazil ecuador mexico nicaragua peru and venezuela from a gender perspective considers the role of masculinity and femininity in populist leadership the impact of populism on democracy and feminism and womens critical roles as followers of these leaders
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