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Studies, Articles, Books Using LAPOP Data

Below is a partial list of works published using LAPOP data. If you have an entry to add, please send it to rubi.e.arana@vanderbilt.edu


Acuña-Alfaro, Jairo. 2007. Vientos de Cambio en la Democracia más Consolidada de América Latina. Política y Gobierno 14 (2).

Altman, David. 2012. Universal Party Primaries and General Election Outcomes: The Case of Uruguay (1999–2009). Parliamentary Affairs, Advance Access published May 4, 2012. (DOI: 10.1093/pa/gss010).

Altman, David, and Rossana Castiglioni. 2009. Democratic quality and human development in Latin America: 1972-2001. Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique 42 (2): 297-319

Arnold, Jason R. 2012. Political Awareness, Corruption Perceptions and Democratic Accountability in Latin America. Acta Politica 47: 67 - 90.

Azpuru, Dinorah, Ligia Blanco, Ricardo Córdova Macías, Nayelly Loya Marín, Carlos G. Ramos, and Adrián Zapata, ed. 2007. Construyendo la democracia en sociedades en postconflicto: un enfoque comparado entre Guatemala y El Salvador. Guatemala: IDRC - F and G Editores.

Azpuru, Dinorah. 2008. Guatemala 2007: un año de contrastes para la democracia. Revista de Ciencia Politica 28 (1): 217-224.

______; 2010. The Salience of Ideology: Fifteen Years of Presidential Elections in El Salvador. Latin American Politics and Society 52 (2):103-138.

Azpuru, Dinorah and Elizabeth J. Zechmeister. 2013. Latin American's Perception of the United States and China. Americas Qaurterly - AQ Web Exclusive. 

Baquero, Marcello. 2008. Formal democracy, political culture and informal social capital in Brazil. Opiniao Publica 14 (2):380-413.

Bateson, Regina. 2012. Crime Victimization and Political Participation. American Political Science Review 106 (3): 570 - 587. (DOI:10.1017/S0003055412000299).

Berk-Seligson, Susan, and Mitchell A. Seligson. 1978. The Phonological Correlates of Social Stratification in the Spanish of Costa Rica. Lingua 46:1-28.

Blanco, Luisa R. 2013. The Impact of Crime on Trust in Institutions in Mexico. European Journal of Political Economy 32: 38 - 55.

Bohn, Simone R.  2008. Women for president of Brazil? Gender and policy in view of Brazilian voters. Opiniao Publica 14 (2):352-379.

Bohn, Simone R. 2012. Corruption in Latin America: Understanding the Perception - Exposure Gap. Journal of Politics in Latin America 4(3): 67 - 95.

Booth, John, and Mitchell A. Seligson. 1979. Peasants as Activists. A Reevaluation of Political Participation in the Countryside. Comparative Political Studies 12 (1):29-59.

Booth, John A., and Mitchell A. Seligson. 1984. The Political Culture of Authoritarianism in Mexico: A Reexamination. Latin American Research Review 19 (1):106-124.

Booth, John A., and Patricia Bayer Richard. 1996. Repression, Participation and Democratic Norms in Urban Central America. American Journal of Political Science 40 (4):1205-1232.

_______; 1998. Civil Society and Political Context in Central America. American Behavioral Scientist 42 (1):33-46.

_______; 1998. Civil Society, Political Capital, and Democratization in Central America. Journal of Politics 60 (3):780-800.

Booth, John A. 2000. Global Forces and Regime Change: Guatemala in the Central American Context. Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs 42 (4):59-87.

Booth, John A., and Patricia Bayer Richard. 2001. A Formação do Capital Social na América Central: violência política, repressão, dor e perda. Opiniao Publica 7 (1):75-99.

Booth, John A., and Mitchell A. Seligson. 2005. Political Legitimacy and Participation in Costa Rica: Evidence of Arena Shopping. Political Research Quarterly 59:537-550.

Booth, John A., and Patricia Bayer Richard. 2006. Revolution's Legacy: Residual Effects on Nicaraguan Participation and Attitudes in Comparative Context. Latin American Politics and Society 48 (2):117-140.

______; 2009. Descifrando el capital social en las democracias de América Latina. In Perspectivas para la democracia en América Latina, edited by L. Heras Gómez, and John A. Booth. Toluca, Mexico: Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México.

Booth, John A., and Mitchell A. Seligson. 2009. The Legitimacy Puzzle in Latin America: Political Support and Democracy in Eight Latin American Nations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Borraz, Fernando, Cecilia Chouhy, and Máximo Rossi. 2012. Victimización y justicia por mano propia en Uruguay. Documentos de trabajo, Departamento de Economía, Universidad de La República. Documento No. 07/12, Julio 2012.

Botero, Felipe and Méndez, María Lucía. 2008. ¿Reír o llorar?: El drama del conflicto y la resiliencia de la economía en Colombia, 2007. Revista de Ciencia Politica 28 (1):121-145.

Canache, Damarys. 2002. Venezuela: Public Opinion and Protest in a Fragile Democracy. Coral Gables, Fla.: North-South Center Press at the University of Miami.

______; 2012. Citizen's Conceptualization of Democracy: Structural Complexity, Substantive Content, and Political Significance. Comparative Political Studies 45 (9): 1132 - 1158.

Carlin, Ryan E. 2011. Distrusting Democrats an Political Participation in New Democracies: Lesson from Chile. Political Research Quarterly, 64 (3): 668 - 687.

Carlin, Ryan E. and Matthew M. Singer. 2011. Support for Polyarchy in the Americas. Comparative Political Studies. 44 (11): 1500 - 1526.

Carreras, Miguel, and Néstor Castañeda-Angarita. 2012. Voters' Resources and Electoral Participation in Latin America. Debate, Belo Horizonte, 4 (3): 11- 24.

______; 2012. Who Votes in Latin America? A Test of Three Theoretical Perspectives. Comparative Political Studies, Forthcoming.

Carreras, Miguel. 2013. “The Impact of Criminal Violence on Regime Legitimacy in Latin America.” Latin American Research Review 48 (3):85-107

Casas-Zamora, Kevin. 2013. The Besieged Polis: Citizen Insecurity and Democracy in Latin America. Latin America Iniciative at Brookings. June 2013.

Caspi, Dan, and Mitchell A. Seligson. 1983. Toward an Empirical Theory of Tolerance: Radical Groups in Israel and Costa Rica. Comparative Political Studies 15: 385-404.

Castano, Gabriel, and Freddy Osorio Ramirez. . 2007. The quality of Colombian democracy: Perspectives and limitations. America Latina Hoy 45: 47-68.

Córdova, Abby, and Mitchell A. Seligson. 2009. Economic crisis and demoracy in Latin America. PS: Political Science & Politics 42 (4):673-678.

______; 2010. Economic shocks and democratic vulnerabilities in Latin America and The Caribbean. Latin American Politics and Society 52 (2):1-35.

Córdova, Abby, and Mitchell A. Seligson. 2010. La gobernabilidad y el apoyo a la democracia estable en Latinoamérica: resultados del Barómetro de las Américas 2008. Journal of Democracy en Español 2 (July):28-46.

Córdova, Ricardo M., and Mitchell A. Seligson. 2001. Cultura política, gobierno local y descentralización: I. Centroamérica. San Salvador: FLASCO.

Díaz-Domínguez, Alejandro. 2013. Religión, adevrsidad y libre comercio en América Latina. Iberofórum. Revista de Ciencias Sociales de la Universidad Iberoamericana, 8 (15): 131 - 155.

______; 2013. Iglesia, evasión e involucramiento político en América Latina. Política y Gobierno, 20 (1): 3 - 38.

______; 2012. Iglesia católica y valores morales: un posible mecanismo causal para América Latina. La Gaceta de Ciencia Política, 9 (1): 11 – 27.

Duryea, Suzanne and Melissa Morales. 2011. Effects of the Global Financial Crisis on Children's School and Employment Outcomes in El Salvador. Development Policy Review, 29: 527 - 546.

Escobar-Lemmon, María, and Ashley D. Ross. 2013. Does Decentralization Improve Perceptions of Accountability? Attitudinal Evidence from Colombia. American Journal of Political Science. Forthcoming. Online version published on July 8, 2013. (DOI: 10.1111/ajps.12043)

Harbers, Imke, Catherine E. de Vries, and Marco R. Steenbergen. 2012. Attitude Variability Among Latin American Publics: How Party System Structuration Affects Left/Right Ideology. Comparative Political Studies, Forthcoming. Online version published on September 9, 2012. (DOI: 10.1177/0010414012454409).

Hiskey, Jon, and Mitchell A. Seligson. 2003. Pitfalls of Power to the People: Decentralization, Local Government Performance, and System Support in Bolivia. Studies in Comparative International Development 37 (4):64-88.

Hiskey, Jonathan T. 2003. Generic vs. Name-Brand: Regime Labels and the Meaning of Public Support for Democracy in Nicaragua. International Journal of Public Opinion Research 15:285-299.

Holzner, Claudio A. 2007. Voice and vote: Political participation and quality of democracy in Mexico. America Latina Hoy 45 (69-87).

Isaacs, Anita. 2010. Guatemala on the Brink. Journal of Democracy 21 (2):108-122.

Klesner, Joseph L. 2009. Who participates? Determinants of political action in Mexico. Latin American Politics and Society 51 (2):59-90.

Lehoucq, Fabrice. 2008. Bolivia's Constitutional Breakdown. Journal of Democracy 19 (4):110-124.

Lopez Olvera, Carlos Alberto. 2008. El concepto de Democracia y Participacion en los ciudadanos de Metepec.

Luna, Juan Pablo and Rodrigo Mardones. 2010. Chile: Are the Parties Over? Journal of Democracy 21 (3):107-121.

Madrid, Raul L. 2005. Critical debates: Indigenous parties and democracy in Latin America. Latin American Politics and Society 47 (4):161-179. &emdash;. 2008. The Rise of Ethnopopulism in Latin America. World Politics 60 (April):475-
508.

Malone, Mary Fran T. 2013. Does Crime Undermine Public Support for Democracy? Findings from the Case of Mexico. The Latin Americanist (June): 17-44.

________; Does Dirty Harry Have the Answer? Citizen Support for the Rule of Law in Central America. Public Integrity.

Mansilla, H.C.F. 2008. La modernización parcial y la posible consolidación de tradiciones autoritarias. Reflexión Política 20 (December):6-16.

McConaughey, Meghan Sue. 2009. Building democratic habits: Civil society and local government in comparison.

Merolla, Jennifer L., and Elizabeth J. Zechmeister. Forthcoming. The Nature, Determinants, and Consequences of Chávez's Charisma. Comparative Political Studies.

Moreno, Daniel. 2008. National Political Community and Ethnicity Evidence from two Latin American Countries. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 14 (1):55-84.

Morgan, Morgan and Melissa Buice. 2013. “Latin American Attitudes toward  Women in Politics: The Influence of Elite Cues, Female Advancement, and Individual Characteristics” American Political Science Review. 107 (4): 644-662

Morris, Stephen D., and Joseph L. Klesner. 2010. Corruption and Trust: Theoretical Considerations and Evidence From Mexico. Comparative Political Studies.

Muller, Edward N., Thomas O. Jukam, and Mitchell A. Seligson. 1982. Diffuse Political Support and Antisystem Political Behavior: A Comparative Analysis. American Journal of Political Science 26:240-64.

Muller, Edward N., Mitchell A. Seligson, and Ilter Turan. 1987. Education Participation, and Support for Democratic Norms. Comparative Politics 20:19-33.

Orces, Diana M. 2009. Democratic values and public opinion toward immigrants: The case of Ecuador. Latin American Politics and Society 51 (4):131-155.

Paras, Pablo, and Carlos Lopez. 2007. Auditing democracy: Mexico 2006. Politica y Gobierno 14 (2):491-512.

Paras, Pablo, Dinorah Vargas, Elizabeth Zechmeister, Alejandro Díaz-Domínguez, Rosario Aguilar, Vidal Romero, John Bailey, Daniel Zizumbo-Colunga, Jennifer L. Merolla. 2013. Desafíos de la política mexicana. Política y Gobierno. Volumen Temático.

Pérez, Orlando J. 2009. Latin American Democracy: Emerging Reality or Endangered Species (Richard Millett and Jennifer S. Holmes, co-editors). New York,NY: Routledge Publishers, 2009.

______; 2009. "Measuring Democratic Political Culture in Latin America," In Latin American Democracy: Emerging Reality or Endangered Species, edited by Richard Millett, Jennifer S. Holmes and Orlando J. Pérez, pp. 21-41. Routledge Publishers.

______; 2010. "La crisis de Honduras y su repercusión regional," In Anuario 2010 de la seguridad regional en América Latina y el Caribe, edited by Hans Mathieu and Catalina Niño Guarnizo, pp. 58-72. Programa de cooperación en seguridad regional, Bogotá, Colombia Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.

______; 2011. Political Culture in Panama: Democracy after Invasion, New York: Palgrave-Macmillan. 

______; 2011. "Crime, Insecurity and Erosion of Democratic Values in Latin America," Revista Latinoamericana de Opinión Pública (Latin American Journal of Public Opinion), WAPOR-Buenos Aires, Editorial Teseao, Volumen 1, Numero 1, pp. 61-86.

______; 2013. The Basis of Support for Hugo Chávez: Measuring the Determinants of Presidential Job Approval in Venezuela. The Latin Americanist (June): 59 -84.

Pérez-Liñán, Aníbal, Barry Ames, and Mitchell A. Seligson. 2006. Strategy, Careers and Judicial Decisions: Lessons from the Bolivian Courts. Journal of Politics 68 (2):284-295.

Quiroga, Mauricio. 2009. Corruption and democracy: Latin America in comparative perspective. Gestion y Politica Publica 18 (2):205-252.

Raga, Juan Carlos. 2007. Left and right in Colombia. A quick look at the socio-demographic features of the country's ideological spectrum. Colombia Internacional 66 (2):184-193.

Ramsey, Adam Perry. 2009. Contemporary patterns of democratic norms and political participation in Mexico.

Richard, Patricia Bayer, and John A. Booth. 2000. Civil Society and Democratic Transition in Central America. In Repression, Resistance, and Democratic Transition in Central America, edited by T. W. Walker, and Ariel Armony. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources.

Rodríguez Raga, Juan Carlos. 2007. Izquierdas y derechas en Colombia: una mirada rápida a los rasgos sociodemográficos del espectro ideológico del país. Colombia Internacional 66 (2):184-193.

Rosas, Guillermo. 2010. Trust in Elections and the Institutional Design of Electoral Authorities: Evidence from Latin America. Electoral Studies 29 (1):74-90.

Rosero-Bixby, Luis 2006. Capital social, asentamientos urbanos y comportamiento demográfico en América Latina Notas de Población 33 (81):73-98.

Rosero-Bixby, Luis. 2006. Social Capital, Urban Settings and Demographic Behavior in Latin America. Population Review 45 (2):24-43. Samuels, David. 2008. The evolution of petismo. Opiniao Publica 14 (2):302-318.

Salinas, Eduardo and John A. Booth (2011), Micro-social and Contextual Sources of Democratic Attitudes in Latin America, in: Journal of Politics in Latin America, 3, 1, 29-64.

Scarfó, Maria Pia. 2003. Impact of political corruption on system support in Nicaragua: 1996-1998.

Schwarz-Blum, Vivian. 2006. Por quê confiamos nas instituições? O caso boliviano. Opinião Pública 12 (2):297-328.

Seligson, Mitchell A. 1975. Agrarian Capitalism and the Transformation of Peasant Society: Coffee in Costa Rica. Buffalo: State University of New York Special Studies Series.

______; 1977. Agrarian Policy in Dependent Societies: Costa Rica. Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs 19:201-32.

______; 1977. Prestige Among Peasants: A Multidimensional Analysis of Preference Data. American Journal of Sociology 83 (3):632-652.

______; 1978. Agrarian Reform in Costa Rica, 1942-1976. Madison: University of Wisconsin.

Seligson, Mitchell A., and John A. Booth, ed. 1978. Citizen and State: Political Participation in Latin America. Vol. 1. New York: Holmes and Meier Publishers.

Seligson, Mitchell A. 1978. Development and Participation in Costa Rica: The Impact of Context. In Citizen and State: Political Participation in Latin America, edited by J. A. Booth and M. A. Seligson. New York: Holmes and Meier.

Seligson, Mitchell. A., and Susan Berk-Seligson. 1978. Language and Political Behavior: A Methodology for Utilizing the Linguistic Component of Socioeconomic Status. American Journal of Political Science 22 (3):712-741.

Seligson, Mitchell A. 1979. The Impact of Agrarian Reform: A Study of Costa Rica. Journal of Developing Areas 13:161-74.

Seligson, Mitchell A., and John A. Booth., ed. 1979. Politics and the Poor: Political Participation in Latin America. Vol. 2. New York: Holmes and Meier Publishers.

Seligson, Mitchell A. 1979. Public Policies in Conflict: Land Reform and Family Planning in Costa Rica. Comparative Politics 12:49-62.

______; 1979. Public Policies in Conflict: Land Reform and Family Planning in Costa Rica. Comparative Politics 12:49-62.

Seligson, Mitchell A., and José Manuel X. Salazar. 1979. Political and Interpersonal Trust Among Peasants: A Reevaluation. Rural Sociology 44:505-24.

 Seligson, Mitchell A. 1980. Peasants of Costa Rica and the Development of Agrarian Capitalism. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

_______; 1980. A Problem-Solving Approach to Measuring Political Efficacy. Social Science Quarterly 60 (4):630-642.

_______; 1980. Trust, Efficacy and Modes of Political Participation: A Study of Costa Rican Peasants. British Journal of Political Science 10 (1):75-98.

Seligson, Mitchell A., and Edward J. Williams. 1982. Maquiladoras and Migration: Workers in the Mexico-United States Border Industrialization Program. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press Services.

Seligson, Mitchell A., and William Carroll. 1982. The Costa Rican Role in the Sandinist Victory. In Nicaragua in Revolution, edited by T. W. Walker. New York: Praeger.

Seligson, Mitchell A. 1983. On the Measurement of Diffuse Support: Some Evidence from Mexico. Social Indicators Research 12:1-24.

______; 1983. Peasant Participation in Costa Rica's Agrarian Reform: A View From Below. Ithaca: Cornell University Rural Development Committee Monograph Series.

Seligson, Mitchell A., Jones Earl, and Edgar Nesman. 1984. Community and Cooperative Participation Among Land Reform Beneficiaries in Honduras. Journal of Rural Cooperation 12 (1-2):65-87.

Seligson, Mitchell A. 1984. El campesino y el capitalismo agrario de Costa Rica. Second revised edition ed. San José, Costa Rica: Editorial Costa Rica.

______; 1984. Implementing Land Reform: The Case of Costa Rica. Managing International Development 1:29-46.

Seligson, Mitchell A., and James M. Malloy, ed. 1987. Authoritarians and Democrats: Regime Transition in Latin America. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press.

Seligson, Mitchell A., and Miguel Barrantes Gómez. 1987. Elecciones ordinarias en tiempos extraordinarios: la economía política del voto en Costa Rica. Anuario de estudios centroamericanos 13 (1):5-24.

Seligson, Mitchell A., and Edward N. Muller. 1987. Democratic Stability and Economic Crisis: Costa Rica 1978-1983. International Studies Quarterly 31:301-26.

Seligson, Mitchell A., and Miguel B. Gómez. 1989. Ordinary Elections in Extraordinary Times: The Political Economy of Voting in Costa Rica. In Elections and Democracy in Central America, edited by M. A. Seligson. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Seligson, Mitchell A., and John A. Booth, ed. 1989. Elections and Democracy in Central America. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.

______; ed. 1995. Elections and Democracy in Central America, Revised. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.

Seligson, Mitchell A. 1995. La opinión pública salvadoreña frente a la Asamblea Legislativa. Vol. 1, Serie Análisis de la Realidad Nacional. San Salvador: FundaUngo.

______; 1995. Thirty Years of Transformation in the Agrarian Structure of El Salvador. Latin American Research Review 30 (3):43-74.

______; 1997. Los centroamericanos miran a sus gobiernos locales. Vol. 1, Serie Descentralización y Gobierno Municipal. San Salvador, El Salvador: FundaUngo.

Seligson, Mitchell. A., and Maria Pía Scarfó. 1998. El publico y los legisladores: apoyo para la integracion regional Centroamericana. In Centroamérica en Reestructuración: Integración Regional en Centroamérica, edited by V. Bulmer-Thomas. San José, Costa Rica: FLACSO.

Seligson, Mitchell A. 1999. Nicaraguans talk about corruption: A follow-up study of public opinion. Arlington, VA: Casals and Associates.

Seligson, Mitchell. A., and Dinorah Azpuru. 2000. Las dimensiones y el impacto político de la delincuencia en la población guatemalteca. In Población del Istmo 2000: familia, migración, violencia y medio ambiente, edited by L. Rosero. San José, Costa Rica: Universidad de Costa Rica.

Seligson, Mitchell. A., and Lucio Renno. 2000. Mensurando Confiança Interperssoal: Notas acerca de um Conceito Multidimensional. Dados: Revista de Ciências Sociais 43 (4):783-803.

Seligson, Mitchell. A. 2000. Toward a Model of Democratic Stability: Political Culture in Central America. Estudios Interdisciplinarios de America Latina y el Caribe 11 (2):5-29.

Seligson, Mitchell A. 2001. Corruption and Democratization: What is to be Done? Public Integrity 3 (3):221-241.

______; 2001. El reto de la tolerancia política en Bolivia. Reto, Revista especializada de análisis político 8 (Mayo):5-15.

______; 2001. ¿Problemas en el Paraíso? La erosión el apoyo al sistema político en Costa Rica, 1978-1999. In La Democracia de Costa Rica ante el siglo XXI, edited by J. R. Más. San Pedro de Montes de Oca, Costa Rica: Editorial de la Universidad de Costa Rica.

Seligson, Mitchell. A., and Julio Carrión. 2002. Political Support, Political Skepticism and Political Stability in New Democracies: An Empirical Examination of Mass Support for Coups D'etat in Peru. Comparative Political Studies 35 (1):58-82.

Seligson, Mitchell A. 2002. The Renaissance of Political Culture or the Renaissance of the Ecological Fallacy. Comparative Politics 34:273-292.

______; 2002. Trouble in Paradise: The Impact of the Erosion of System Support in Costa Rica, 1978-1999. Latin American Research Review 37 (1):160-185.

______; 2003. Public Support for Due Process Rights: The Case of Guatemala. Journal of the Southwest 45 (4):557-594.

______; 2005. Democracy on Ice: The Multiple Challenges of Guatemala's Peace Process. In The Third Wave of Democratization in Latin America: Advances and Setbacks, edited by F. Hagopian, and Scott P. Mainwaring. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

______; 2006. The measurement and impact of corruption victimization: Survey evidence from latin america. World Development 34 (2):381-404.

Seligson, Mitchell A., John A. Booth, and Miguel Gómez Barrantes. 2006. Os contornos da cidadanía crítica: Explorando a legitimidade democrática. Opinião Pública 12 (1):1-37.

Seligson, Mitchell A. 2007. The rise of populism and the left in Latin America. Journal of Democracy 18 (3):81-95.

Seligson, Mitchell A., and Dominique Zephyr. 2008. The Americas Barometer 2006: Report on Corruption. In Global Corruption Report, edited by T. International. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

Seligson, Mitchell A., and John A. Booth. 2010. Crime, hard times, and discontent. Journal of Democracy 21 (2):123-135.

Seligson, Mitchell A., and Arturo Maldonado. 2014. Trust in Elections in the Americas: 2004 - 2012. In Advancing Electoral Integrity eds. Norris, Frank and Martinez. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press. Forthcoming April 2014.

Serrano-Berthet, Rodrigo, and  Humberto Lopez. 2011. Crime and Violence in Central America: A Development Challenge. World Bank.

Singer, Matthew M. 2007. The Electoral Politics of Vulnerability and the Incentives to Cast an Economic Vote, Duke.

Smith, Amy Erica. 2009. Legitimate grievances. preferences for democracy, system support, and political participation in Bolivia. Latin American Research Review 44 (3):102-126.

Sohnen, Eleanor. 2012. Paying For Crime: A Review of the Relationships between Insecurity and Development in Mexico and Central America. Migration Policy Institute.

Sonnleitner, Willibald. 2007. Electoral participation and human development: Methodological notes for the territorial and multidimensional analysis of voting patterns in Mexico and Central America. Estudios Sociologicos 25 (3):813-835.

Stein, Andrew J. 1998. The Consequences of the Nicaraguan Revolution for Political Tolerance: Explaining Differences among the Mass Public, Catholic Priests, and Secular Elites. Comparative Politics 30 (3):335-353.

______; 1999. El Salvador. In Religious Freedom and Evangelization in Latin America: the challenge of religious pluralism, edited by P. E. Sigmund. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Book.

______; 2000. Religion, Political Preferences, and Protest Action in Central America: Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Guatemala. In The Church at the grassroots in Latin America: perspectives in thirty years of activism, edited by J. Burdick, and W.E. Hewitt. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers.

Telles, Edward, and René Flores. 2012. Social Stratification in Mexico: Disentangling Color, Ethnicity, and Class. American Sociological Review 77(3): 486 – 494. (DOI: 10.1177/0003122412444720)

Telles, Edward and Stanley Bailey. 2013. Understanding Latin American Beliefs about Racial Inequality. American Journal of Sociology 118(6): 1559-1595.

Telles, Edward and René Flores. 2013. Not Just Color: Whiteness, Nation, and Status in Latin America. Hispanic American Historical Review 93(3): 411-449.

Telles, Edward and Denia Garcia. 2013. “Mestizaje  and Public Opinion in Latin America.” Latin American Research Review 48 (3):130-152

Toro, Sergio. 2008. De lo épico a lo cotidiano: jóvenes y generaciones políticas en Chile. Revista de Ciencia Politica 28 (3):143-160.

Tummino, Alana. 2013. Affirmative Action and Public Opinion. AmericasQuarterly: The Policy Journal for Our Hemisphere 7(3): 31.

Vairo, Daniela. 2012. El consenso de los perdedores y la legitimidad de la democracia en América del Sur. Política y Gobierno 19 (1): 41 - 69.

Zechmeister, Elizabeth J., and Daniel Zizumbo-Colunga. Forthcoming. The Varying Political Toll of Concerns about Corruption in Good versus Bad Economic Times. Comparative Political Studies.

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