Populismo en el Ecuador el ciclo repetido con Rafael Correa y la Revolución Ciudadana

Populism as a political phenomenon escapes from the limitations of any historical or geographic context, developing itself as an umbrella concept under which any kind of ideologies, political tendencies and political actors can be covered. This work shows Populism as a methodology that comprises man...

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Main Author: Hernández Carrillo, Rodrigo Andrés
Other Authors: Orellana, Pablo (dir)
Format: Tesis de Pregrado
Published: Quito: USFQ, 2016 2016
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Online Access:http://repositorio.usfq.edu.ec/handle/23000/5371
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Summary:Populism as a political phenomenon escapes from the limitations of any historical or geographic context, developing itself as an umbrella concept under which any kind of ideologies, political tendencies and political actors can be covered. This work shows Populism as a methodology that comprises many kinds of methods and mechanisms to make politics, get power and preserve it. In this sense, this work pretends to identify the specific and own characteristics of populism and neopopulism while at the same time it intends to point out the main populist actors in the Ecuadorian history. Finally, this work analyzes the populist traits of Rafael Correa as candidate and as president of the Republic in order to determine the mechanisms used by the government to emerge and preserve its status as main political actor in Ecuador.