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

Código: 02283
Acrónimo: 02283
Nível: 1º Ciclo
Estruturante: Não
Língua(s) de Ensino: Inglês
Língua(s) amigável(is):
Ser English-friendly ou qualquer outra língua-friendly, significa que a UC é leccionada numa língua mas que se pode verificar qualquer uma das seguintes condições:
1. Existem materiais de apoio em língua inglesa/outra língua;
2. Existem exercícios, testes e exames em língua inglesa/outra língua;
3. Existe a possibilidade de se apresentar trabalhos escritos ou orais em língua inglesa/outra língua.
1 6.0 36.0 h/sem 4.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 2.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 42.0 h/sem 108.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 150.0 h/sem
Em vigor desde o ano letivo 2015/2016
Pré-requisitos N.a.
Objectivos This course will broadly survey the major political (and socially embedded) developments in Portugal since the liberal revolution, 1820, until the present day democratic regime, 1974-present date. The four modern political regimes (Constitutional Monarchy, 1820-1910; First Republic, 1910-1926; Dictatorship, 1926-1974; Democracy, 1974-present date) will be surveyed and framed within the major political developments worldwide, especially in the West, namely within the waves of democratization. Although we survey the above mentioned four regimes, the major focus will be on the democratic period (type of democracy, system of government, elections and electoral system, party system, dimensions of conflict) and on the impact of European integration on the Portuguese political system.
Programa 1.Liberal and Liberal-Democratic Regimes: Basic Definitions.
2.Authoritarian and Totalitarian Regimes: Basic Definitions.
3.Modern Political Regimes in Portugal and Waves of Democratization
4.Types of Elections and Modern Political Regimes in Portugal
5.Government and Political Representation in Portugal, 1820-present date
6.Models of Democracy and the Portuguese Democracy
7.The system of government in the Portuguese Democracy
8.The electoral and party systems the Portuguese Democracy
9.Parties and dimensions of conflict in the Portuguese Democracy
10.The impact of European Integration the Portuguese Democracy
Processo de avaliação One Presentation of Text and One Commentary of another text presented in the class(by students) (25% for Presentation; 15% for Commentary):40%; Term Research Paper(10-12 pages plus bibliography):45%;
Class Attendance and Readings Discussion Participation: 15%.
Note that the instructor considers personal participation in and attendance to each lecture as essential to your education.  
These will be taken into consideration when calculating final grades.

Processo de ensino-aprendizagem Activities involving lessons (theoretical and practical, theoretical seminars), fieldwork, orientation tutorial (contact time with the teacher) and students ' work. Additionally, the last two classes will consist on, first, a visit to the Portuguese Parliament and, second, a visit to the Portuguese Presidency of the Republic - previous registration is mandatory to attend this two visits.
Observações This syllabus outlines the course goals and requirements.  You are responsible for understanding the information contained here, meeting all deadlines, and keeping up with the assigned readings and exercises.  Students will be expected to attend and participate actively in each and every one of the weekly lectures (one session of around 3 hours by week).  In addition, each student will produce a term research paper (8-10 pages; around a maximum of 3500 words) that addresses a topic pertinent to the Political Regimes in Modern Portugal.
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.
Bibliografia 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.