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The Judicialization of Politics in Latin America (Studies of the Americas)

by Rachel Sieder

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Political structure & processes,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Government - Judicial Branch,
  • Contemporary Politics - Latin America,
  • Courts,
  • Law,
  • General,
  • Latin America,
  • Latin America - Central America,
  • Latin America - General,
  • History-Latin America - General,
  • Law-General,
  • Political Science / Government / Judicial Branch,
  • Courts - General,
  • Latin America - South America,
  • Political aspects,
  • Politisering.,
  • Rechterlijke macht.,
  • gtt

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8400649M
    ISBN 101403970866
    ISBN 109781403970862

    Cultures of Legality: Judicialization and Political Activism in Latin America. Edited by Javier A. Couso, Alexandra Huneeus, and Rachel Sieder. New York: Cambridge Author: David Landau. The Judicialization Of Politics In Latin America è un libro di A. Angell, L. Schjolden, R. Sieder edito da Palgrave Macmillan a febbraio - EAN puoi acquistarlo sul sito , la grande libreria online.

      This article examines the judicialization of politics in Latin America with particular reference to Mexico and Argentina. It surveys several inter-connected processes with regard to the democratic aspiration of building the rule of law and enhancing by: Alan Angell is Emeritus Fellow of St Antony’s College, Oxford and was formerly University Lecturer in Latin American Politics and Director of the Latin American Centre. His first published work was a study of the union movement in Chile published during the Allende government.

    The best books on Latin American Politics recommended by Patricio Navia. Political scientist Patricio Navia discusses how the identity of Latin America is inextricably bound up with its colonial history, why Latin American voters elect left-wing leaders, and how social inclusion is necessary for Latin America to realise its full potential. The rise in judicialization research recognizes the influence of politics on the judicial branch. Judicialization is the acceptance and trial of traditional political quandaries by national courts that result in landmark cases and leads to the creation of new legislation.


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'This book eloquently maps the judicialization of politics in contemporary Latin America and its consequences. It weaves politics, law and society together into a rich and sophisticated analysis of the inter-relationship between judicialization and Latin American democracy in the s and : Paperback.

'This book eloquently maps the judicialization of politics in contemporary Latin America and its consequences. It weaves politics, law and society together into a rich and sophisticated analysis of the inter-relationship between judicialization and Latin American democracy in the s and cturer: Palgrave Macmillan.

Sieder has published articles in numerous journals, including Democratization, The Bulletin of Latin American Research, and Citizenship Studies. Her most recent volume (ed.) is Multiculturalism in Latin America: Indigenous Rights, Diversity and Democracy ().

She is editor of the Journal of Latin American Studies. 'This book eloquently maps the judicialization of politics in contemporary Latin America and its consequences. It weaves politics, law and society together into a rich and sophisticated analysis of the inter-relationship between judicialization and Latin American /5(2).

With individual chapters exploring Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela, it advances a comparative framework for thinking about the nature of the judicialization of politics within contemporary Latin American democracies.

- Michael Shifter, Vice President for Policy, Inter-American Dialogue 'This book eloquently maps the judicialization of politics in contemporary Latin America and its consequences. It weaves politics, law and society together into a rich and sophisticated analysis of the inter-relationship between judicialization and Latin American democracy in the s and s.

In the intervening decade and a half since the publication of our edited volume on the judicialization of politics in Latin America, 1 courts in Latin America have, inter alia, supported the impeachment of sitting presidents, convicted former presidents of genocide and gross violations of human rights, upheld rights to same sex marriage and women’s sexual and reproductive rights.

The Judicialization of Politics in Latin America. Bruce Wilson and Camila Gianella. Society, the State, and Recognition of the Right to a Self-Perceived Gender Identity. Laura Saldivia Menajovsky.

Law, Gender and Social movements in Latin America: Moral Negotiations and Uneven Victories in Feminist Legal Mobilization. The Judicialization of Politics in Latin America Edited by: Rachel Sieder, Line Schjolden and Alan Angell Description During the last two decades the judiciary has come to play an increasingly important political role in Latin America.

Constitutional courts and supreme courts are more active in. But the clearest manifestation of the wholesale judicialization of core political controversies—arguably, the type of judicialization of politics that is the hardest to reconcile with canonical constitutional theory concerning the role of courts in a democracy—is the growing reliance on courts for contemplating the very definition, or raison d'être, of the polity as such.

This type of judicialized “mega-politics” is common in fragmented polities Cited by: Law has become a core focus of political movements and policy-making. This volume explores the changing legal ideas and practices that accompany, cause, and are a consequence of the judicialization of politics in Latin America.

Get this from a library. The judicialization of politics in Latin America. [Rachel Sieder; Line Schjolden; Alan Angell;] -- "During the last two decades the judiciary has come to play an increasingly important political role in Latin America.

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During the last two decades the judiciary has come to play an increasingly important political role in Latin America. His work focuses on the study of Chilean and Latin American constitutional law and processes of judicialization of politics in the region.

He has published extensively on such matters, in journals such as Democratization; Verfassung und Recht in Übersee (VRÜ) (Law and Politics in Africa, Asia and Latin America); Griffith Law Review; and the Revista de Ciencia Política.

The judicialization of politics is in general terms a feature of the modern democratic state. In systems which have less than adequate rule of law and where the state is weakly embedded in society it is likely to take a different form in contrast to its impact in more established and developed by: Judicialization of Politics in Latin America (Rachel Sieder et al.

eds., ); Martin Shapiro & Alec Stone Sweet, On Law, Politics, and Judicialization (); John Ferejohn, Judicializing Politics, Politicizing Law, 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 41 (); Ran Hirschl, Resituating the Judicialization of Politics: Bush v.

La Judicialización de la Política en América Latina During the last two decades the judiciary has come to play an increasingly important political role in Latin America. Constitutional courts and supreme courts are more active in counterbalancing executive and legislative power than ever before.

In Cultures of Legality: Judicialization and Political Activism in Latin America, edited by Couso, Javier A., Huneeas, Alexandra, and Seider, Rachel, 51 – Cambridge Studies in Law and Society.

Cambridge Studies in Law and by: 2. *FREE E-PUB ↠ The Judicialization of Politics in Latin America (Studies of the Americas) ↠ During The Last Two Decades The Judiciary Has Come To Play An Increasingly Important Political Role In Latin America Constitutional Courts And Supreme Courts Are Active In Counterbalancing Executive And Legislative Power Than Ever Before At The Same Time, The Lack.

Sikkink, Kathryn. “The Transnational Dimension of the Judicialization of Politics in Latin America.” The Judicialization of Politics in Latin America, edited by Rachel Sieder, Line Schjolden, and Alan Angell, – New York: Palgrave Macmillan.Cultures of legality: Judicialization and political activism in Latin America Couso, Javier A., Alexandra Huneeus and Rachel Sieder (Eds.) Also in this volume: Legal cultures in the (un)rule of law: Indigenous rights and juridification in Guatemala Sieder, Rachel.Description.

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