How the socialism of the twenty-first century became populism, and how its leaders use rhetoric to sustain themselves in power. The Ecuadorian Case

La presente disertaci?n analiza el origen del denominado "Socialismo del siglo XXI" y como ?ste fue mutando hasta convertirse en lo que varios autores consideran la forma cl?sica de populismo. As? mismo analiza la importancia de la ret?rica para los sistemas populistas y c?mo los l?deres...

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Main Author: De Guzm?n Valdivieso, Patricia Victoria
Other Authors: Barabantseva, Elena
Format: Tesis de Maestría
Language:eng
Published: M?nchester / University of Manchester / 2014 2015
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Online Access:http://repositorio.educacionsuperior.gob.ec//handle/28000/1625
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spelling oai:localhost:28000-16252017-02-21T16:18:01Z How the socialism of the twenty-first century became populism, and how its leaders use rhetoric to sustain themselves in power. The Ecuadorian Case De Guzm?n Valdivieso, Patricia Victoria Barabantseva, Elena Turnbull, Nick POL?TICA POPULISMO SOCIALISMO SIGLO XXI ECUADOR La presente disertaci?n analiza el origen del denominado "Socialismo del siglo XXI" y como ?ste fue mutando hasta convertirse en lo que varios autores consideran la forma cl?sica de populismo. As? mismo analiza la importancia de la ret?rica para los sistemas populistas y c?mo los l?deres del socialismo del siglo XXI usan la misma para mantener su popularidad. Se hace un estudio de la aplicaci?n de estos conceptos en el caso ecuatoriano. 2015-02-11T20:14:19Z 2015-02-11T20:14:19Z 2014-09 masterThesis De Guzm?n Valdivieso, Patricia Victoria (2014). How the socialism of the twenty-first century became populism, and how its leaders use rhetoric to sustain themselves in power. The Ecuadorian Case. Ciencias Pol?ticas. University of Manchester. M?nchester. 63 p. http://repositorio.educacionsuperior.gob.ec//handle/28000/1625 eng openAccess http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ec/ 63 p. M?nchester / University of Manchester / 2014
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language eng
format Tesis de Maestría
topic POL?TICA
POPULISMO
SOCIALISMO SIGLO XXI
ECUADOR
spellingShingle POL?TICA
POPULISMO
SOCIALISMO SIGLO XXI
ECUADOR
De Guzm?n Valdivieso, Patricia Victoria
How the socialism of the twenty-first century became populism, and how its leaders use rhetoric to sustain themselves in power. The Ecuadorian Case
description La presente disertaci?n analiza el origen del denominado "Socialismo del siglo XXI" y como ?ste fue mutando hasta convertirse en lo que varios autores consideran la forma cl?sica de populismo. As? mismo analiza la importancia de la ret?rica para los sistemas populistas y c?mo los l?deres del socialismo del siglo XXI usan la misma para mantener su popularidad. Se hace un estudio de la aplicaci?n de estos conceptos en el caso ecuatoriano.
author2 Barabantseva, Elena
author_facet Barabantseva, Elena
De Guzm?n Valdivieso, Patricia Victoria
author De Guzm?n Valdivieso, Patricia Victoria
author_sort De Guzm?n Valdivieso, Patricia Victoria
title How the socialism of the twenty-first century became populism, and how its leaders use rhetoric to sustain themselves in power. The Ecuadorian Case
title_short How the socialism of the twenty-first century became populism, and how its leaders use rhetoric to sustain themselves in power. The Ecuadorian Case
title_full How the socialism of the twenty-first century became populism, and how its leaders use rhetoric to sustain themselves in power. The Ecuadorian Case
title_fullStr How the socialism of the twenty-first century became populism, and how its leaders use rhetoric to sustain themselves in power. The Ecuadorian Case
title_full_unstemmed How the socialism of the twenty-first century became populism, and how its leaders use rhetoric to sustain themselves in power. The Ecuadorian Case
title_sort how the socialism of the twenty-first century became populism, and how its leaders use rhetoric to sustain themselves in power. the ecuadorian case
publisher M?nchester / University of Manchester / 2014
publishDate 2015
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