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作者 Bonner, Michelle D
書名 Policing Protest in Argentina and Chile
出版項 Boulder, CO : Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2013
©2013
國際標準書號 9781626374140 (electronic bk.)
9781935049869
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版本 1st ed
說明 1 online resource (263 pages)
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附註 Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright page -- Contents -- Tables -- Table 2.1: Discursive Accountability -- Table 3.1: Insecurity in Argentina, 1999-2003 -- Table 6.1: Clarín Coverage of the 2002 Pueyrrédon Bridge Protest, June 27 to July 3, 2002 (64 articles) -- Table 10.1: El Mercurio Coverage of the 2006 Chilean Student Protest, May 30 to June 13, 2006 (35 articles) -- Table 11.1: Repression of Protests in Post-Authoritarian Latin America (1980-2011) -- Acronyms and Abbreviations -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1- Policing Protest -- Who Is Responsible for Repressive Protest Policing? What Did They Do Wrong? -- How Should Wrongdoers Be Held Accountable? -- Comparing Argentina and Chile -- The Structure of the Book -- Chapter 2- Rethinking Accountability -- Protest Policing in the Latin American Political Context -- Discursive Accountability -- Discursive Accountability and Police Knowledge -- Methodology: Discursive Accountability and the Framing of Political Narratives -- Chapter 3- Police and Protest in Argentina: A History -- Independence to 1880 -- Professionalization and Politicization: 1880-1946 -- Peronism, Anti-Peronism and Military Rule: 1946-1976 -- The Dirty War: 1976-1983 -- Democratization: 1983-present -- The Kirchners: 2003-present -- Conclusion -- Chapter 4- Discourses on Protest Policing in Argentina -- Political Leadership and Repressive Protest Policing -- Police and Repressive Protest Policing -- The Judiciary and Repressive Protest Policing -- Conclusion -- Chapter 5- Media and Protest Policing in Argentina -- The Media Context -- Media Bias against Protesters -- Journalists’ Authoritative Sources -- Police Stage-Managing Media Coverage of Protests -- Conclusion -- Chapter 6- Case Study: The Pueyrredón Bridge Protest -- Who Is Responsible for What Happened? -- What Are They Responsible For?
Framing Institutional Accountability -- Conclusion -- Chapter 7- Police and Protest in Chile: A History -- Colonialism and Independence to Ibañez del Campo -- Ibáñez del Campo and the Founding of the Carabineros de Chile -- Pinochet Regime, 1973-1990 -- Post-Dictatorship, 1990-2011 -- Conclusion -- Chapter 8- Discourses on Protest Policing in Chile -- Maintaining Public Order (or Criminalizing Protest) -- Targeted Repression -- Violent Protesters -- Conclusion -- Chapter 9- Media and Protest Policing in Chile -- The Media Context -- Promotion of Self-Censorship -- The Disappearance of the Alternative Press -- Legal Constraints and Changes -- Media Bias against Protesters -- Journalists’ Authoritative Sources -- Police Stage-Managing Media Coverage of Protests -- Conclusion -- Chapter 10- Case Study: The 2006 Student Protest -- Who Is Responsible for What Happened? -- What Are They Responsible For? -- How Should They Be Held Accountable? -- Conclusion -- Chapter 11- Comparing Argentina and Chile -- Comparing Discursive Accountability in Argentina and Chile -- Appendix 1: Repressive Protest Policing in Post-Authoritarian Latin America -- Table 11.1: Repression of Protests in Post-Authoritarian Latin America (1980-2011) -- Appendix 2:Interviews -- Argentina -- Chile -- Bibliography -- Index -- About the Book
Despite the pervasiveness of electoral democracy in Latin America, the police continue to repress political protests. Why? Does the majority of the public support the repression of protests? If not, whom do they hold accountable, and how? Michelle Bonner offers a new perspective on police reform and democratic accountability by analyzing how people talk about the policing of protests in Argentina and Chile. Tracing the history of policing protests in the two countries and exploring current discourses, practices, and media coverage, she finds that talk most definitely does matter
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Bonner, Michelle D. Policing Protest in Argentina and Chile Boulder, CO : Lynne Rienner Publishers,c2013 9781935049869
主題 Crowd control - Chile
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