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The study of electoral alliances in Mexico: vets of research and theoretical and methodological contributions

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Abstract

The growth of the alienist phenomenon in Mexico has drawn the attention of the media, the public and the academy; however, the particularities of its development are still uncomfortable for its various audiences. While work has been carried out on the analysis of electoral alliances, few of them have focused their efforts on detailing the conformation processes and studying the implications of this on other aspects of Mexican political life. Based on this premise, this book has compiled work by various researchers in the country, focusing mainly on two ways, first, proposing theoretical and methodological approaches, analytical structures and addressing new elements in order to gain a better understanding of their origins; and secondly, to explore the impact that the generation of electoral alliances has on the shaping of election results and on the exercise of government. Considering the systematic observation of political parties from different disciplinary perspectives, the importance of candidates in the negotiations, the discursive behaviour of joint political offers, the programmatic content of their proposals and a joint disguess of their specificities, as well as the latest empirical records, this work is of relevance for two different purposes. On the one hand, for readers seeking to broaden their general knowledge of the subject, it provides not only a general overview of the prior knowledge generated but also as a complement, profuse and novel perspectives of analysis; on the other hand, for those who carry out research into this phenomenon — and for those who wish to do so — it puts forward a proposal for a research agenda on which they could base their studies. Introduction................................. 6 Chapter I: Focusing on the causal mechanisms involved in the formation of sub-national electoral alliances Ignacio Daniel Torres Rodríguez..................................................................................................................... 11 Chapter II: The interface perspective in the analysis of electoral alliances. A methodological proposal for Carolina Sthephania Muñoz Canto..................................................... 42 Chapter III: The theory of political exchange as an analytical methodology in the electoral alliances Carlos Ricardo Aguilar Astorga............................................................. 68 Chapter IV: Approximation to the narrative study of anti-hegemonic electoral alliances. The cases of Puebla and Oaxaca Ulises Cruz Valencia Alma Rosa Espinosa Romero...................................................... 96 Chapter V: Speech and consensus on the selection of candidates in electoral alliances in Mexico. Carlos Enrique Ahuactzin Martínez Ignacio Daniel Torres Rodríguez............................................................. 119 Chapter VI: Is there a vision of development in electoral alliances between political parties? Brief analysis of the 2018 federal electoral process in Mexico Daniel Hernández Hernández............................................... 147 Chapter VII: MORENA election alliances for Governor Orlando Espinosa Santiago Jacquelin Camacho Gómez....................................................... 170 conclusions.............................................................................. 187 semblances of collaborators................................................... 195

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