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Author MunI³oz Chirinos, Paula, 1977-
Title Campaign clientelism in Peru.
Buying audiences : clientelism and electoral campaigns when parties are weak / Paula MunI³oz.
Imprint Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2018.

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Author MunI³oz Chirinos, Paula, 1977-
Subject Patron and client -- Peru.
Patronage, Political -- Peru.
Political campaigns -- Peru.
Political culture -- Peru.
Description 1 online resource (xvii, 299 pages) : digital, PDF file(s)
Note Title from publisher's bibliographic system (viewed on 05 Feb 2019).
Contents An informational theory of electoral clientelism -- Clientelistic linkages in Peru and the limits of conventional explanations -- Convoking voters and establishing electoral viability -- Influence from the citizens' point of view -- Analyzing campaigns.
Summary Scholars typically emphasize the importance of organized networks and long-term relationships for sustaining electoral clientelism. Yet electoral clientelism remains widespread in many countries despite the weakening of organized parties. This book offers a new account of how clientelism and campaigning work in weak party systems and in the absence of stable party-broker relationships. Drawing on an in-depth study of Peru using a mixed methods approach and cross-national comparisons, MunI³oz reveals the informational and indirect effects of investments made at the campaign stage. By distributing gifts, politicians buy the participation of poor voters at campaign events. This helps politicians improvise political organizations, persuade poor voters of candidates' desirability, and signal electoral viability to strategic donors and voters, with campaign dynamics ultimately shaping electoral outcomes. Among other contributions, the book sheds new light on role of donations and business actors and on ongoing challenges to party building.
ISBN 9781108525015 (ebook)
1108525016 (ebook)
9781108422598 (hardback)
9781108435581 (paperback)
OCLC # 1089758143
Additional Format Print version: 9781108422598.


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