Bull, Benedicte (2013): "Social Movements and the 'Pink Tide' Governments in Latin America: Transformation, Inclusion and Rejection" in "Democratization in the Global South"
In Bull's chapter she discusses the extent to which the participation of social movements representing previously excluded groups has contributed to the transformation of current Latin American democracies.
Cover: "Democratization in the Global South" (2013)
In this diverse collection, the authors examine the political dynamics of democratization in the Global South, and the potential and problems of transformative strategies in new growth economies, as well as the benefits for post-clientelist transformations. If the contemporary challenge for democratization in the Global South is to substantiate formal and minimalist democracy, the contribution of this book is to point to the centrality of transformative democratic politics.