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The Politics of Local Participatory Democracy In Latin AmericaInstitutions, Actors, and Interactions$
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Françoise Montambeault

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780804795166

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: May 2016

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9780804795166.001.0001

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Why Do Cases Vary?

Why Do Cases Vary?

A Comparative Approach

(p.42) Three Why Do Cases Vary?
The Politics of Local Participatory Democracy In Latin America

Françoise Montambeault

Stanford University Press

Chapter 3 presents the four cities selected in greater detail, exploring existing explanations for variations in success by emphasizing the cases’ historical and institutional similarities. It offers a framework for explaining the various state-society relationship outcomes; defining the indicators for a series of cultural, institutional, and agency-related factors that, combined and in interaction with one another, can explain variation along both the mobilization and the autonomy dimensions of state-society relationships across and within cases.

Keywords:   comparison, history of associationalism, institutions, political competitiveness

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