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    • Tesis de grado, posgrado y doctorado 

      Anuario Centro de Investigación y Estudios Políticos, Revista (2011-02-01)
      En esta sección se puede observar los resumenes de las tesis  de grado, posgrado y doctorados de Ciencias Políticas.
    • THE ELECTORAL JUDGE AS POLITICAL COMMUNICATOR 

      Brenes Villalobos, Luis Diego (2014-12-06)
      This study pretends to examine the Costa Rican electoral judge’s behavior as a political communicator. Precisely, it looks at which measures this judge has adopted in order to contribute to a better exposition, circulation ...
    • THE ELECTORAL LAW AND ITS IMPACT ON PARTY COMPETITION IN CENTRAL AMERICA 

      Cascante Matamoros, María José (2014-05-26)
      This article explains the influence of the electoral law on decentralization of competition in Central America. To achieve this objective, first there is a description of multilevel competition Guatemala, Honduras, El ...
    • THE HABIT OF VOTING: A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR UNDERSTANDING ELECTORAL CHANGE AND STABILITY 

      Alfaro Redondo, Ronald (2014-12-06)
      Under circumstances of substantial turnout reductions, like those in the Costa Rican case in the last decade, the possibility that many more voters cultivate ‘habitual voting’ may constitute a key factor to revert such ...
    • UNIDAS POR SUS DERECHOS: FEMINISTAS Y MAESTRAS EN 1924 

      Solano Arias, Marta (2012-12-01)
      A retrospective about some of the battles for women's rights, allows us to reconsider the strategies for the present, leaving a great lesson on the importance of articulating efforts and the creation of alliances which ...
    • VIOLENCE AND CRIMINALIZATION OF CENTROAMERICAN MIGRATION: RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES 

      Salazar Araya, Sergio (2014-05-26)
      Introduces the recent context (2000-2011) of Central American migration transiting Mexico: flows and border securitization, legal control; detention of inmigrants, and the situation of abuse, violence and identity.The ...