Citizenship Rights and Social Movements: A Comparative and Statistical Analysis

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3.1.Rights-in-principle measures53
3.2.Gastil's checklist for political and civil liberties56
3.3.Duff and McCamant repression criteria58
3.4.Political rights from Charles Humana60
3.5.Rights-in-practice measures61
4.1.Descriptive summaries and correlations of rights-in-principle indicators83
4.2.Correlation matrix of rights-in-practice measures for Brazil86
4.3.Correlation matrix of rights-in-practice measures for Chile90
4.4.Correlation matrix of rights-in-practice measures for Mexico95
5.1.Critical years of social mobilization141
5.2.Demand patterns in Brazil143
5.3.Demand patterns in Chile147
5.4.Demands patterns in Mexico150
5.5.Demand patterns in Spain153
6.1.1.Bivariate correlations between citizenship rights and social movements in Brazil167
6.1.2.Bivariate correlations between citizenship rights and social movements in Chile168
6.1.3.Bivariate correlations between citizenship rights and social movements in Mexico169
6.1.4.Bivariate correlations between citizenship rights and social movements in Spain170
6.2.1.Parameter estimates for model [1] in Brazil176
6.2.2.Parameter estimates for model [2] in Brazil177
6.2.3.Parameter estimates for model [1] in Chile178
6.2.4.Parameter estimates for model [2] in Chile180
6.2.5.Parameter estimates for model [1] in Mexico182
6.2.6.Parameter estimates for model [1] in Mexico (w/SMASR)183
6.2.7.Parameter estimates for model [2] in Mexico184
6.2.8.Parameter estimates for model [2] in Mexico (w/SMASR)185

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