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Popular movements in autocracies : religion, repression, and indigenous collective action in Mexico

Author: Guillermo Trejo
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
Series: Cambridge studies in comparative politics.
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A new explanation of the rise, development and demise of social movements and cycles of protest in autocracies, the conditions under which protest becomes rebellion and the impact on democratization.
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Trejo, Guillermo.
Popular Movements in Autocracies.
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Guillermo Trejo
ISBN: 9781139518246 1139518240 9781139043250 1139043250 9786613684615 6613684619
OCLC Number: 796383838
Awards: Short-listed for Charles Tilly Award, Section on Collective Behaviour and Social Movements, American Sociological Association 2013
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Cover; Popular Movements in Autocracies; Series; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Figures; Maps; Tables; Preface; Acronyms; Introduction; THREE EXPERIENCES OF MICROLEVEL MOBILIZATION; Acquiescence; Protest; Rebellion; Ethnic Identification; QUESTIONS; DOMINANT EXPLANATIONS; A NEW EXPLANATION; Indigenous Protest; From Protest to Rebellion; Politicizing Ethnicity; Indigenous Collective Action and Democratization; SCOPE AND METHODS; Theory; Research Design; EVIDENCE; Quantitative Evidence; Qualitative Evidence; ROADMAP; PART I: THEORY. 1: A Theory of Popular Collective Action in AutocraciesCOLLECTIVE ACTION IN CLOSED AUTOCRACIES; Political Hegemony under Single-Party Monopoly; Social Hegemony under a Religious Monopoly; Political and Religious Monopolies in Indigenous Communities; A MODEL OF RELIGIOUS COMPETITION AND SOCIAL MOBILIZATION IN AUTOCRACIES; Clerical Behavior in a Competitive Environment; Negotiating a New Religious Contract; Why the Catholic Church Becomes a Major Promoter of Popular Movements; Why the Catholic Church Becomes a Major Sponsor of Ethnic Identities. The Limits of Religion as an Explanatory Factor of Collective ActionA MODEL OF ELECTRICAL COMPETITION AND SOCIAL MOBILIZATION IN AUTOCRACIES; Governance and Independent Mobilization in Electoral Autocracies; Why Opposition Parties Become Major Promoters of Independent Movements; Governing the Streets; Governing the Streets in Times of Crisis: Why Regime Reversion Threats Promote the Escalation of Protest into Rebellion; Renegotiating Social Identities in Times of Crisis; Insurgent Identities and Regime Change; CONCLUSION; PART II: PROTEST. 2: Accounting for Mexico's Cycle of Indigenous Protest: Quantitative EvidenceMEXICO'S CYCLE OF INDIGENOUS PROTEST; ACCOUNTING FOR THE ONSET OF THE CYCLE OF INDIGENOUS PROTEST; Cracks in Mexico's Authoritarian Regime: 1968; Changes in Land Redistribution Criteria after 1968; Changes in Rural Governance after 1977; TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL VARIATION WITHIN THE CYCLE OF INDIGENOUS PROTEST; The Dependent Variable; Explanatory Factors; Alternative Explanations and Controls; Statistical Modeling; Statistical Results; CONCLUSIONS. 3: Competing for Souls: Why the Catholic Church Became a Major Promoter of Indigenous MobilizationFOUR LIFE HISTORIES; Bishop Ruiz; Cardinal Corripio; Bishop Lona; Archbishop Castro; BISHOP RUIZ AND CHIAPAS: PROTESTANT COMPETITION AND INDIGENOUS MOBILIZATION; Luther Goes to Indian Mexico; The Catholic Church Reacts; Catholic Parishioners Demand a New Religious Contract; Building the Organizational Infrastructure for Peasant Indigenous Mobilization; Transforming Social Networks and Rebuilding Regional Power; CARDINAL CORRIPIO: FROM PROGRESSIVE (IN OAXACA) TO CONSERVATIVE (IN PUEBLA); BISHOP LONA: FROM CONSERVATIVE (IN HIDALGO) TO PROGRESSIVE (IN OAXACA).
Series Title: Cambridge studies in comparative politics.
Responsibility: Guillermo Trejo.

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