1.Theoretical Argument And Hypotheses.. The Indigenous

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1. Theoretical Argument and Hypotheses. The indigenous mobilization and the populist authorities incorporate to the democracy the inclusion of sector that have been historically excluded of the system because their communities are generally poor and lack the resources necessary to participate—indigenous communities have lower levels of education when compared to non-indigenous people (Yashar, 2005; Stahler-Sholk, Vanden & Becker, 2014; Boulding & Holzner, 2015), but also include substantial new ideas that enrich the concept: the well-being as a new non-capitalist paramount where the human being and the nature can co-exist, so this new approach is related to the collectives rights (Stahler-Sholk, Vanden & Becker, 2014). This approach…show more content…
Populism Indigenous social movements Strong Weak Presence Largest changes Moderated changes Absent Marginal changes Thus, with this theory the second hypothesis is: With these hypotheses, I cover the two research questions regarding the impact of the two factor in the quality of democracy and the conditional relationship between indigenous social movements and populism, changing the score of index like V-Dem and Polity IV project because the standards for the state become complex, including mechanisms that before it does not exist. Finally, in a study like this, that want to address a research question only in one region of the world,
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