Bibliografía del Libro Cultura Política y Democracia en Argentina

Referencias Bibliográficas

PublicacionesLa siguiente es la Bibliografía del libro de José Eduardo Jorge “Cultura Política y Democracia en Argentina“, Editorial de la Universidad Nacional de La Plata (Edulp), La Plata, 2010. 400 págs.

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José Eduardo Jorge Cultura Política y Democracia en ArgentinaAckeson, Nick (2006): “Social cohesion, welfare and civil society: Some implications of the case of Northern Ireland”, paper for the annual Irish Social Policy Association Conference, Dundalk Institute of Technology, October.

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Bailey, Michael and Braybrooke, David (2003): “Robert Dahl’s Philosophy of Democracy, Exhibited in His Essays”, Annual Review of Political Science 6, pp. 99-118.

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Bertolotto, María Isabel y Clemente, Adriana (editoras) (2004): Espacios Multiactorales y Políticas Públicas. De la experiencia a la conceptualización, CENOC / Consejo Nacional de Coordinación de las Políticas Sociales / Instituto Internacional de Medio Ambiente y Desarrollo, Buenos Aires.

Beugelsdijk, Sjoerd and Smulders, Sjak (2003): “Bridging and Bonding Social Capital: Which type is good for economic growth?”, European Regional Science Association Conference Papers Series.

Binzer Hobolt, Sara and Klemmemsen, Robert (2005): “Responsive Government? Public Opinion and Government Policy Preferences in Britain and Denmark”, Political Studies, Vol. 53, pp. 379-402.

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Bowles, Samuel and Gintis, Herbert (2002): “Social Capital and Community Governance”, Economic Journal, Vol. 112, pp. 419-436.

Bowman, Shayne and Willis, Chris (2003): We Media. How audiences are shaping the future of news and information, The Media Center at The American Press Institute.

Bowman, Kirk; Lehooucq, Fabrice, and Mahoney, James (2005): “Measuring Political Democracy. Case Expertise, Data Adequacy, and Central America”, Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 38, No. 8, pp. 939-970.

Bruner, José Joaquín (1993): “Notes on Modernity and Postmodernity in Latin American Culture”, Boundary 2, Vol. 60, N° 3, pp.34-54.

Bunce, Valerie (2000): “Comparative democratization. Big and bounded generalizations”, Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 36, N° 6/7, August/September.

Carballo, Marita (2005): Valores Culturales al Cambio del Milenio, Editorial Nueva Mayoría, Buenos Aires.

Carothers, Thomas (2007): “The ‘sequency’ fallacy”, Journal of Democracy, Vol. 18:1.

Carothers, Thomas (2002): “The End of the Transition Paradigm”, Journal of Democracy 13:1.

Castells, Manuel (1999a): La Era de la Información, Vol. II, Siglo Veintiuno Editores,   México.

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Cavarozzi, Marcelo (1983): Autoritarismo y democracia (1955-1983), Centro Editor de América Latina, Buenos Aires.

Center for the Digital Future / USC Annenberg School (2004): Surveying the Digital Future. The Digital Future Report Year Four, University of South California, September.

Centro Nacional de Organizaciones de la Comunidad (2007): Organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil en Argentina. Similitudes y divergencias, CENOC / Consejo Nacional de Coordinación de las Políticas Sociales, Buenos Aires.

Centro Nacional de Organizaciones de la Comunidad (2003): Acerca de la Constitución del Tercer Sector en la Argentina. Las actividades de las Organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil Inscriptas en el CENOC, CENOC, Buenos Aires.

Cheresky, Isidoro (2007): La política después de los partidos, Prometeo, Buenos Aires.

Cheresky, Isidoro e Inés Pousadela (comp.) (2001): Política e instituciones en las nuevas democracias latinoamericanas, Paidós, Buenos Aires.

Chu Yun-han; Bratton, Michael; Lagos, Marta; Shastri, Sandeep, and Tessler, Mark (2008): “Public Opinuion and Democratic Legitimacy”, Journal of Democracy, Vol. 19, N° 2, pp. 74-87.

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Coleman, James (1988): “Social Capital in the Creation of Human Capital”, The American Journal of Sociology, Vol 94 Supplement, pp. S95-S120.

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Collier, David, and Levitsky, Steven (1997): “Democracy with adjectives: conceptual innovation in comparative research”, World Politics, Vol. 49, N° 3, pp. 430-451.

Collier, Paul (1998): “Social Capital and Poverty”, The World Bank: Social Capital Initiative, Working Paper Nº 4, November.

Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (2004): Panorama Social de América Latina 2002-2003, Santiago de Chile.

Coppedge, Michael (2005): “Defining and measuring democracy”, International Political Science Association, Committee on Concepts and Methods, Working Paper Series, April.

Corporación Latinobarómetro: Informes 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999-2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, Santiago de Chile.

Crozier, Michel J., Huntington, Samuel P. and Watanuki, Joji (1975): The Crisis of Democracy. Report on the Governability of Democracies to the Trilateral Commission, New York University Press, 1975.

Curtis, James E; Baer, Douglas E.; Grabb, Edgard G. (2001): “Nation of Joiners: Explaining Voluntary Association Membership in Democratic Societies”, American Sociological Review, Vol. 66, N° 6, pp. 783-805.

Dahl, Robert (1989): La poliarquía. Participación y oposición, Tecnos, Madrid [1971].

Dalton, Russell, J. (2006): “The Two Faces of Citizenship”, Democracy & Society, Vol. 3, Issue 2, The Center for Democracy and the Third Sector, Georgetown University, pp. 21-23.

Dalton, Russell, J. (2005): “The Social Transformation of Trust in Government”, International Review of Sociology, Volume 15, Issue 1, pp. 133 – 154.

Dalton, Russell J. (2000): “Citizen Attitudes and Political Behavior”, Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 33 No. 6/7, August-September, pp. 912-940.

Dasgupta, Parsa (2002): “Social Capital and Economic Performance: Analytics”, University of Cambridge and Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics, Stockholm (mimeo).

Dawkins, Casey (2008): “Reflections on Diversity and Social Capital: A Critique of Robert D. Putnam’s ‘E Pluribus Unum: Diversity and Community in the Twenty-First Century The 2006 Johan Skytte Prize Lecture’”, Housing Debate, Vol. 19, Issue 1, The Metropolitan Institute at Virginia Tech, pp. 208-217.

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De Kadt, Emanuel (1967): “Paternalism and populism: Catholicism in Latin America”, Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 2 N° 4, pp. 89-106.

De Souza Briggs, Xavier (2008): “On Half-Blind Men and Elephants: Understanding Greater Ethnic Diversity and Responding to ‘Good-Enough’ Evidence”, Housing Debate, Vol. 19, Issue 1, The Metropolitan Institute at Virginia Tech, pp. 218-229.

De Ferranti, David, Guillermo Perry, Francisco H. G. Ferreira and Michael Walton (2003): Inequality in Latin America & the Caribbean: Breaking with History?, World Bank.

De Montmollin, Germaine (1985): “El cambio de actitud”, en en Moscovici, Serge (comp.), Psicología Social I, Paidós, Barcelona, pp. 117-173.

De Riz, Liliana (1984): “Argentina. Ni democracia estable ni régimen militar”, en Oscar Oszlak y otros, “Proceso”, crisis y transición democrática / 2, Centro Editor de América Latina, Buenos Aires, pp. 7-28.

De Tocqueville, Alexis (1984): La democracia en América (2 tomos), Sarpe, Madrid.

Dekker, Paul (2005): “Political Cynicism: a hard feeling ora n easy way to mantain distance?”, ECPR General Conference, Budapest, 8-11 September.

Delhey, Jan, and Newton, Kenneth (2004): “Social Trust: Global Pattern or Nordic Exceptionalism?”, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB), Berlin.

Delhey, Jan, and Newton, Kenneth (2002): “Who Trusts? The Originis of Social Trust in Seven Nations”, Social Science Research Center Berlin, Berlin.

Diamond, Larry (2002): “Thinking about hybrid regimes”, Journal of Democracy, Vol. 13, N° 2.

Diamond, Larry (1998): “Political culture and democratic consolidation”, Working Paper N° 118, Instituto Juan March, Madrid.

Diamond, Larry (1997): “Is the Third Wave of Democratization Over?”, Workings Papers Nº 236 and Nº 237, The Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies, University of Notre Dame, March.

Díez Nicolás, Juan (1992): “Posición social, información y posmaterialismo”, Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas 57, pp. 21-35.

Di Stefano, Roberto; Sábato, Hilda; Romero, Luis Alberto; Moreno, José Luis (2002): De las cofradías a las organizaciones de la sociedad civil. Historia de la iniciativa asociativa en Argentina. 1776-1990, Grupo de Análisis y Desarrollo Institucional y Social, Buenos Aires.

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Durston, John (2000): “¿Qué es el capital social comunitario?”, CEPAL, Santiago de Chile.

Ebel, Roland H. and Taras, Raymond (2003): “The Latin American Tradition”, en Wiarda, Howard J. and MacLeish Mott, Margaret: Politics and Social Change in Latin America. Still a Distinct Tradition?, Greenwood Publishing Group, pp. 55-69.

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Eek, Daniel and Bo Rothstein (2005): “Exploring a Causal Relationship between Vertical and Horizontal Trust”, The Quality of Government Institute Working Paper Series, Göteborg University.

Epstein, David L.; Bates, Robert; Goldstone, Jack; Kristensen, Ida and O’Halloran, Sharyn (2006): “Democratic Transitions”, American Journal of Political Science, Vol. 50, No. 3, pp. 551–569.

Farrell, Henry and Knight, Jack (2003): “Trust, Institutions and Institutional Change: Industrial Districts and the Social Capital Hypothesis”, Politics & Society, XXI, 4, pp. 537-566.

Fiorina, Morris P. (1999): “Extreme Voices: A Dark Side of Civic Engagement”, Skocpol, Theda, and Fiorina, Morris (eds.): Civic Engagement in American Democracy,  The Brookings Institution / Russell Sage Foundation, Washington, pp. 395-425.

Formisano, Ronald P. (2001): “The Concept of Political Culture”, Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Vol. 31, No. 3, pp. 393-426.

Forni, Pablo y Leite, Lucimeire Vergilio (2006): “El desarrollo y legitimación de las organizaciones del tercer sector en la Argentina. Hacia la definición de un isomorfismo periférico”, Sociologias, Porto Alegre, Año 8, Nº 16, Julio-Diciembre, pp. 216-249.

Fournier, Dominique (1999): “The Alfonsín administration and the promotion of democratic values in the Southern Cone and the Andes”, Journal of Latin American Studies, Vol. 31, N° 1, pp. 39-74.

Foweraker, Joe and Krznaric, Roman (2002): “The uneven performance of Third Wave democracies. Electoral politics and the imperfect rule of law in Latin America”, Latin American Politics and Society, Vol. 44, N° 3, pp. 29-60.

Foweraker, Joe (1998): “Institutional design, party systems, and governability – Diferentiating the presidential regimes of Latin America”, British Journal of Political Science, Vol. 28, N° 4, pp. 651-676.

Fox, Jonathan (1997): “”How Does Civil Society Thicken? The Political Construction of Social Capital in Rural Mexico”, in Evans, Meter (ed.): State-Society Synergy: Government and Social Capital in Development, University of California Press, pp. 119-149.

Franck, Thomas (1992): “The emerging right to democratic governance”, The American Journal of International Law, Vol. 86, N° 1, pp. 46-91.

Fried, Amy (2006): “The Forgotten Lindsay Rogers and the Development of American Political Science”, American Political Science Review, Vol. 100, Nº 4, pp. 555-561.

Fukuyama, Francis (2004): La construcción del Estado. Hacia un nuevo orden mundial en el Siglo XXI, Ediciones B, Barcelona.

Fukuyama, Francis (2000): “Social Capital”, in en Lawrence Harrison and Samuel P. Huntington: Culture Matters: How Values Shape Human Progress. Basic, New York,  pp. 98-112.

Fukuyama, Francis (1996): Confianza. Las virtudes sociales y la capacidad de generar prosperidad. Atlántida, Buenos Aires (Orig.: Trust. The Social Virtues and the Creation of Prosperity. Free Press, New York, 1995).

Fukuyama, Francis (1999): La gran ruptura. La naturaleza humana y la reconstrucción del orden social. Buenos Aires, Atlántida (Orig.: The Great Disruption: Human Nature and the Reconstitution of Social Order. Free Press, 1999).

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Gallup Argentina (2002): “Perfil de los Trabajadores Voluntarios”, Buenos Aires.

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García Delgado, Daniel y De Piero, Sergio (2002): “Articulación y relación Estado–Organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil. Modelos y prácticas en la Argentina de las reformas de segunda generación”, FLACSO / CENOC, Buenos Aires (mimeo).

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Gerchunoff, Pablo y Fajgelbaum, Pablo (2006): ¿Por qué Argentina no fue Australia? Una hipótesis sobre un cambio de rumbo, Siglo XXI, Buenos Aires.

Gerring, John; Bond, Philip; Barndt, Eilliam, and Moreno, Carola (2005): “Democracy and economic growth. A historical perspective”, World Politics 57, pp. 323–364.

Gibson, James O.; Kingsley, Thomas G. and McNeely, Joseph B. (1997): Community Building. Coming of Age, The Development Training Institute / The Urban Institute.

Giner, Salvador (coord.) (2000): La cultura de la democracia: el futuro, Ariel, Barcelona.

González Bombal, Inés (2004a): “La Figura de la Desaparición en la re-fundación del Estado de Derecho”, en Novaro, Marcos y Palermo, Vicente (comps.), La historia Reciente. Argentina en Democracia, Edhasa, Buenos Aires, pp. 115-131.

González Bombal, Inés (comp.) (2004b): Fortaleciendo la relación Estado – Sociedad Civil para el Desarrollo Local, CEDES / CENOC / Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, Buenos Aires.

González Bombal, Inés y Roitter, Mario (2002): “Prácticas y representaciones del voluntariado. Una investigación cualitativa sobre perfiles en Argentina”, CEDES / CENOC (mimeo).

Grootaert, Christiaan; Narayan, Deepa; Nyhan-Jones, Verónica; y Woolcock, Michael (2002): “Cuestionario integrado para la medición del capital social”, Banco Mundial, 4 de marzo (mimeo).

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Grootaert, Christiaan (1998): “Social Capital. The Missing Link?”, The World Bank: Social Capital Initiative, Working Paper Nº 3, April.

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Gunther, Richard, José Ramón Montero and José Ignacio Wert (1999): “The Media and Politics in Spain. From Dictatorship to Democracy”, Working Paper Nº 176, Institut de Ciències Polítiques i Socials, Barcelona.

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Hadenius, Axel, and Teorell, Jan (2007): “Pathways from authoritarianism”, Journal of Democracy 18 (1), pp. 143–156.

Hadenius, Axel, and Teorell, Jan (2005): “Assessing Alternative Indices of Democracy”, International Political Science Association, Committee on Concepts and Methods, Working Paper Series, August.

Harrison, Lawrence and Samuel Huntington (eds.) (2000): Culture Matters. How Values Shape Human Progress. Basic Books, New York.

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Hassner, Pierre (2008): “Russia’s Transition to Autocracy”, Journal of Democracy, Vol. 19, N° 2, pp. 5-15.

Healy, Kevin (2000): “Building Networks of Social Capital for Grassroots Development among Indigenous Communities in Bolivia and Mexico”, paper for the Middlebury College Conference on Social Capital, April.

Healey, Tom (2003): “Social Capital: Challenges for its Measurement at Internacional Level”, paper for the Tilburg University Anniversary Conference on Sustanaible Ties in the Information Society, Tilburg, 26-28 March.

Healey, Tom (2002): “The Measurement of Social Capital at Internacional Level”, paper for the OECD Internacional Conference “Social capital: The challenge of internacional measurement”, London, 25-27 September.

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Hovland, Carl L. y Weiss, Walter (1973): “La influencia de la credibilidad de la fuente sobre la eficacia de la comunicación”, en Proshansky, Harold y Seidenberg, Bernard, Estudios Básicos de Psicología Social, Tecnos, Madrid, pp. 220-233.

Howard, Marc Morjé (2006): “American Civic Engagement in Comparative Perspective”, Democracy & Society, Vol. 3, Issue 2, The Center for Democracy and the Third Sector, Georgetown University, Spring, pp. 17-20.

Howard, Marc Morjé (2002): “The Weakness of Postcommunist Civil Society”, Journal of Democracy, Vol. 13, Nº 1, Jan., pp. 157-169.

Huber, Evelyne; Rueschemeyer, Dietrich, and Stephens, John D. (1997): “The paradoxes of contemporary democracy: formal, participatory and social dimensions”, Comparative Politics, Vol 29, N° 3, pp. 323-342.

Hudson, Lisa and Chapman, Chris (2002): “The Measurement of Social Capital in the United States”, paper for the the OECD Internacional Conference “Social capital: The challenge of internacional measurement”, London, 25-27 September.

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Inglehart, Ronald (2003): “How Solid Is Mass Support for Democracy: And How Can We Measure It?”, Political Science and Politics, Vol. 36, No. 1, January, pp. 51-57.

Inglehart, Ronald and Norris, Pippa (2003): Rising Tide: Gender Equality and Cultural Change Around the World, Cambridge University Press, New York.

Inglehart, Ronald; Norris, Pippa and Welzel, Christian (2003): “Gender equality and democracy”, Comparative Sociology, 1(3-4), pp. 321-346.

Inglehart, Ronald and Welzel, Christian (2003): “Political Culture and Democracy: Analyzing Crosslevel Linkages”, Comparative Politics 36 (1), pp. 61-79.

Inglehart, Ronald and Catterberg, G. (2002): “Trends in Political Action: The Developmental Trend and the Post-Honeymoon Decline”, World Values Survey.

Inglehart, Ronald, Welzel, C. and Klingemann, H. (2001): “Human Development as a Theory of Social Change: A Cross-Cultural Perspective”, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan.

Inglehart, Ronald (2000a): “Culture and Democracy”, en Lawrence Harrison and Samuel P. Huntington: Culture Matters: How Values Shape Human Progress. Basic, New York, pp. 80-97.

Inglehart, Ronald (2000b): “Political Culture and Democratic Institutions: Russia in Global Perspective”,  paper for the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, August 31 – September 3.

Inglehart, Ronald (2000c): “Globalization and Postmodern Values”, The Washington Quarterly, 23:1, pp. 215–228.

Inglehart, Ronald and Baker, Wayne E. (2000): “Modernization, Cultural Change and the Persistence of Traditional Values”, American Sociological Review, Vol. 65, February, pp. 19–51.

Inglehart, Ronald and Klingemann, Hans-Dieter (2000): “Genes, Culture, Democracy, and Happiness”, in Diener, Ed and Suh, Eunkook M. (eds.): Culture and Subjective Well-Being, MIT Press, pp. 165-183.

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Instituto de Altos Estudios Sociales (IDAES) de la Universidad Nacional de General San Martín (2001): “Informe CENOC”, IDAES / CENOC (mimeo).

Ireland, Rowand (1999): “Popular Religions and the Building of Democracy in Latin America: Saving the Tocquevillian Parallel”, Journal of Intermaerican Studies and World Affaire, Vol. 41, N° 4, pp. 111-136.

Jorge, José Eduardo (2009): “Comunicación y Cultura Política en el Gran La Plata”, Anuario de Investigaciones 2006, Facultad de Periodismo y Comunicación Social, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, La Plata, pp. 158-163.

Jorge, José Eduardo (2008a): “Actitudes hacia la política y la democracia, capital social y uso de medios en la Región del Gran La Plata. Los resultados de la Encuesta Comunicación y Cultura Política 2008”, Revista Question N° 20, Facultad de Periodismo y Comunicación Social, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, diciembre.

Jorge, José Eduardo (2008b): “Radiografía del Capital Social en Argentina”, Revista Question N° 19, Facultad de Periodismo y Comunicación Social, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, agosto.

Jorge, José Eduardo (2008c): “Factores que influyen en el interés por la política entre los argentinos. Un análisis basado en evidencia empírica”, Revista Question N° 17, Facultad de Periodismo y Comunicación Social, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, marzo.

Jorge, José Eduardo (2007a): “La confianza en las instituciones políticas, la crisis de los partidos y el rol de los medios”, Revista Question N° 16, Facultad de Periodismo y Comunicación Social, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, diciembre.

Jorge, José Eduardo (2007b): “Encuestas, democracia y políticas públicas”, Revista Question Nº 14, Facultad de Periodismo y Comunicación Social, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, junio.

Jorge, José Eduardo (2006): “La confianza interpersonal en Argentina”, Revista Question Nº 12, Facultad de Periodismo y Comunicación Social, UNLP, diciembre.

Jorge, José E.; Censi, Florencia; Bertucci, Juliana (2002): “Capital social y pobreza: casos y métodos en la construcción comunitaria”, Cambio Cultural, Buenos Aires.

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