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Author Mainwaring, Scott, 1954-
Title Rethinking party systems in the third wave of democratization : the case of Brazil / Scott P. Mainwaring.
Imprint Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1999.

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Author Mainwaring, Scott, 1954-
Subject Political parties -- Brazil.
Political culture -- Brazil.
Democracy -- Brazil.
Elite (Social sciences) -- Brazil.
Political sociology.
Brazil -- Politics and government -- 1964-1985.
Brazil -- Politics and government -- 1985-
Description 1 online resource (xix, 390 pages)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 359-380) and index.
Contents Rethinking Party Systems Theory -- Reexamining Party Systems Theory in the Third Wave of Democratization -- The Brazilian Party Systems, Past and Present -- A Legacy of Party Underdevelopment, 1822-1979 -- Elections, Parties, and Society, 1979-96 -- Weak Parties and Autonomous Politicians: Party Organization in the Catch-All Parties -- Patronage, Clientelism, and Patrimonialism -- Explaining Weak Party-System Institutionalization -- Macrocomparative Factors and Post-1964 Developments -- Institutional Rules and Weak Institutionalization: Incentives for Legislators -- Institutional Rules and the Party System: Federalism, Malapportionment, and Presidentialism -- The Party System, Economic Reform, and the Quality of Democracy -- Political Institutions, State Reform, and Economic Stabilization -- Lower-Chamber Electoral Volatility in 26 Countries -- Presidential Vote Compared with Lower-Chamber Vote, Concurrent Elections -- Percent of Recent Lower-Chamber Vote for Parties Founded by 1950 -- Years Since Founding of Parties with 10 Percent of the Lower-Chamber Vote, 1996 -- Vote Intention in the 1994 Presidential Election -- Vote in the 1989 Presidential Election -- Difference Between Presidential and Vice-Presidential Vote, 1950-60 -- National Results for Legislative Elections, 1966-78 (Percent of Popular Vote) -- Brazilian Economic Indicators, 1979-96 -- Lower-Chamber Seats Won by Party, 1982-94 -- Senate Seats Won by Party, 1982-94 -- Senate Seats Held by Party, 1982-94 -- Governorships Won by Party, 1982-94.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 0585047367 (electronic bk.)
9780585047362 (electronic bk.)
0804730571
0804730598
OCLC # 42330896
Additional Format Print version: Mainwaring, Scott, 1954- Rethinking party systems in the third wave of democratization. Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1999 0804730571 (DLC) 98039078 (OCoLC)39655103
Table of Contents
 Tables 
 Abbreviations of the Main Political Parties, 1979-96 
Pt. IRethinking Party Systems Theory 
 1Introduction3
 2Reexamining Party Systems Theory in the Third Wave of Democratization21
Pt. IIThe Brazilian Party Systems, Past and Present 
 3A Legacy of Party Underdevelopment, 1822-197963
 4Elections, Parties, and Society, 1979-9688
 5Weak Parties and Autonomous Politicians: Party Organization in the Catch-All Parties136
 6Patronage, Clientelism, and Patrimonialism175
Pt. IIIExplaining Weak Party-System Institutionalization 
 7Macrocomparative Factors and Post-1964 Developments221
 8Institutional Rules and Weak Institutionalization: Incentives for Legislators243
 9Institutional Rules and the Party System: Federalism, Malapportionment, and Presidentialism263
Pt. IVThe Party System, Economic Reform, and the Quality of Democracy 
 10Political Institutions, State Reform, and Economic Stabilization283
 11Conclusion322
 Notes345
 Bibliography359
 Index381


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