2009
DOI: 10.1080/01436590802681132
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Gender, Sexuality and the Latin American Left: testing the transformation

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“…Para la ciencia política, el kirchnerismo se caracteriza por su tradición peronista, muchas veces ligada a la noción de populismo, que lo diferencia de los partidos de izquierda de otros países de la región, que conforman el "pink tide" (Friedman, 2009). El peronismo se destaca por ser una "realidad histórica mutante" (Acha, 2013:9) de gran amplitud ideológica, por interpelar a los sectores populares, y por oscilar entre períodos de resistencia y de integración (James, 2010).…”
Section: Kirchnerismo Feminismos Y Movimientos Lgbtunclassified
“…Para la ciencia política, el kirchnerismo se caracteriza por su tradición peronista, muchas veces ligada a la noción de populismo, que lo diferencia de los partidos de izquierda de otros países de la región, que conforman el "pink tide" (Friedman, 2009). El peronismo se destaca por ser una "realidad histórica mutante" (Acha, 2013:9) de gran amplitud ideológica, por interpelar a los sectores populares, y por oscilar entre períodos de resistencia y de integración (James, 2010).…”
Section: Kirchnerismo Feminismos Y Movimientos Lgbtunclassified
“…Achieving this order can involve both some more or less violent suppression of alternatives coupled with ‘“encouragement” by state agencies and activities of preferred forms’ (Corrigan and Sayer, : 199). The use of overtly violent means is seen as particularly pertinent to Nicaragua in relation to other ‘pink‐tide’ governments (Friedman, ). Together, these analytical elements facilitate understanding of recent Nicaraguan history between Sandinistas and feminists.…”
Section: Analytical Frameworkmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Despite the FSLN's international support through the Alianza Bolivariana para los Pueblos de Nuestra América (ALBA; Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America), it was forced to change its tactics because the attacks were so severe that they backfired. The FSLN's anti‐feminist repression was much worse than other ALBA governments' mixed record on women's rights (Friedman, ). ‘The intention was to demonise feminism and we feel the opposite happened.…”
Section: Sandinistas Battle Feminists: From Open Conflict To Cold Warmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The apparent victories of indigenous movements likewise are limited (Escobar, 2010;Hale, 2011;Puig, 2010a). Even recognizing path dependence (Molyneux, 2008) and distinct modes of governance (de la Torre, 2013), similar problems occur across wide-ranging contexts, including the persistence of clientelism and undemocratic processes of decision making (Bebbington & Bebbington, 2011;B ed ecarrats, Bastiaensen, & Doligez, 2012;Escobar, 2010;Radcliffe, 2012;Sieder, 2002a), uneven land distribution (Bebbington & Bebbington, 2011;Enríquez, 2013), and patriarchy (Friedman, 2009;Sieder, 2002a) and post-colonial racial hierarchies (Sieder, 2002a;Yashar, 2005). The social sectors that were meant to be protected often have been the first to be hurt (Panizza, 2009).…”
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confidence: 97%