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THE HABIT OF VOTING: A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR UNDERSTANDING ELECTORAL CHANGE AND STABILITY
EL HÁBITO DE VOTAR: UN MARCO TEÓRICO PARA COMPRENDER EL CAMBIO Y LA ESTABILIDAD ELECTORAL
Under circumstances of substantial turnout reductions, like those in the Costa Rican case in the last decade, the possibility that many more voters cultivate ‘habitual voting’ may constitute a key factor to revert such ...
POLITICAL CONFLICT AND DEMOCRATIZATION PATTERNS EFFECTS ON PARTY NATIONALIZATION IN LATIN AMERICA
Increasing the homogeneity of a party’s support across the nation -party nationalization- is a key concern to democracies. This paper tests the impact of country and intra-party variables in explaining party nationalization ...