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Política e Desenvolvimento de Portugal Contemporâneo (1 º Sem 2018/2019)

Bibliografia

Básica

    Almeida, Pedro Tavares, & Pinto, António Costa (2002), «Portuguese Ministers, 1851-1999: Social Background and Paths to Power», South European Society & Politics, Volume 7, Number 2, pp. 5-40.    
    Bruneau, Tom, et al (2001), "Democracy, southern European style", in Diamandouros, Nikiforos, & Gunther, Richard (eds.), Parties, Politics, and Democracy in New Southern Europe, Baltimore, The John Hopkins University Press, pp. 16-82.
    Freire, André (2007), "Minority Representation in Portuguese Democracy", 
    Portuguese Journal of Social Science, Volume 6 (3), pp. 193-211.
    Freire, André, Lisi, Marco, Andreadis, Ioannis, & Viegas, José Manuel Leite (2014), Special Issue "Political Representation in times of Bailout: Evidence from Portugal and Greece", South European Society and Politics, Vol. 19, nº 4, pp. 413-559.  
    Teixeira, Nuno, and Pinto, António Costa (eds.) (2012), The Europeanization of Portuguese Democracy, New York, Boulder - Social Science Monographs.
    

Complementar

    Magone, José (2000), "Political recruitment and elite transformation in modern Portugal 1870-1999: The late arrival of mass representation", in Best, Heinrich, & Cotta, Maurizio (eds.) (2000), Parliamentary Representatives in Europe, 1848-2000, Oxford, Oxford University Press, pp. 341-370.
    Almeida, Pedro Tavares, & Pinto, António Costa (2002), «Portuguese Ministers, 1851-1999: Social Background and Paths to Power», South European Society & Politics, Volume 7, Number 2, pp. 5-40.    
    Pinto, António Costa (2002), «Twentieth Century Portugal: An Introduction», in Pinto, António Costa (ed.), Contemporary Portugal. Politics, Society and Culture, New York, Boulder - Social Science Monographs, pp. 1-46.
    Loff, Manuel (1998), "Electoral proccedings in Salazarist Portugal (1926-1974): Formalism and Fraud", in Romanelli, Raffaele (ed.), How Did They Become Voters? The History of Franchise in Modern Europena Representation, The Hague, Kluwer Law International, pp. 227-250.
    Bruneau, Tom, et al (2001), "Democracy, southern European style", in Diamandouros, Nikiforos, & Gunther, Richard (eds.), Parties, Politics, and Democracy in New Southern Europe, Baltimore, The John Hopkins University Press, pp. 16-45 & 78-82.
    Freire, André (2007), "Minority Representation in Portuguese Democracy", 
    Portuguese Journal of Social Science, Volume 6 (3), pp. 193-211.
    Lobo, Marina Costa, & Neto, Octávio Amorin (2009), «Portugal's semi-presidentialism (re)considered: An Assessment of the President's role in the policy process, 1976-2009», European Journal of Political Research, Volume 48, pp. 234-255.
    Pinto, António Costa, & Teixeira, Nuno Severiano (2002), «From Africa to Europe: Portugal and European Integration», Pinto, António Costa, & Teixeira, Nuno Severiano (eds.), Southern Europe and the Making of The European Union, New York, Boulder - Social Science Monographs, pp. 1-40.
    Freire, André, Teperoglou, Eftichia & Moury, Catherine (2014), «Awakening the Sleeping Giant in Greece and Portugal? Elites' and Voters' Attitudes towards EU Integration in Difficult Economic Times», South European Society and Politics, vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 477-499. 
    Accornero, Guya & Pinto, Pedro Ramos (2014), «'Mild Mannered'?
    Protest and Mobilisation in Portugal under Austerity, 2010-2013», West European Politics, Volume 38, Number 3, pp. 491-515.