Modeling State Repression in Argentina and Chile: A Time Series Analysis

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This study is an attempt to contribute to the emerging theoretical literature on state repression. A time-series model was developed to test the hypothesis that state violence in Argentina and Chile is largely a function of four internal political factors and their interactions: 1) the inertial influence of past restrictive policies on the formulation of current policies, 2) the annual incidence of political protest demonstrations, 3) the perceived effectiveness of repressive measures on unrest, 4) and the institutionalization of military rule.

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King, John Christopher December 1993.

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This study is an attempt to contribute to the emerging theoretical literature on state repression. A time-series model was developed to test the hypothesis that state violence in Argentina and Chile is largely a function of four internal political factors and their interactions: 1) the inertial influence of past restrictive policies on the formulation of current policies, 2) the annual incidence of political protest demonstrations, 3) the perceived effectiveness of repressive measures on unrest, 4) and the institutionalization of military rule.

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King, John Christopher. Modeling State Repression in Argentina and Chile: A Time Series Analysis, dissertation, December 1993; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc278861/: accessed October 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .