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Citizens and the State: Public Opinion, Democracy, and Development in Brazil

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Joint Conference

Held simultaneously via videoconferencing at:

Kellogg Institute for International Studies, University of Notre Dame

Graduate Program in Political Science, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)

Conference Schedule

Times shown below are noted with the time at the University of Notre Dame (US) listed first and the time at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil) following.

8:00 am (9h) Welcoming Remarks

Amy Erica Smith
Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow
Department of Political Science
Iowa State University
Henrique Carlos de Castro

Brazilian Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Democracy and Human Development
Department of Economy and International Relations, Political Science Graduate Program
Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)

8:10-9:00 am (9h-10h10min)

US Chair: Juan Albarracin
Brazil Chair: Giovani Roggia
US discussant: Juan Albarracin

Women in Politics: A Comparison between Public Opinion and Evidence from a List Experiment
Julian Borba
Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Renata A. de Oliveira

Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina

Norms versus Action: Voting Against Malfeasance in Brazil
F. Daniel Hidalgo
MIT
Mariana Batista

Universidade Federal de Pernambuco

9:10-10:00 am (10h10min-11h)

US Chair: Maggie Shum
Brazil chair: Adriana Albanus

US discussant: Gladys Mitchell-Walthour

An Intersectional Analysis of Bolsa Família Recipients’ Presidential Approval of Dilma Rousseff in 2012 and 2014
Gladys Mitchell-Walthour
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Political Values, Human Development and Social Support for the State in Brazil
Daniel Capistrano
National Institute for Education Research and Studies (INEP) and World Values Survey–Brazil

10:10-10:40am (11h10min-11h40min) Book Lecture and Discussion from Brazil

Marcello Baquero
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

10:45-11:15am (11h45min-12h15min) Book Lecture from Notre Dame

Partisans, Anti-Partisans, and Non-Partisans: Voting Behavior in Brazil
David Samuels

University of Minnesota

11:20-11:50am Book Discussion (Notre Dame only)

Partisans, Anti-Partisans, and Non-Partisans: Voting Behavior in Brazil
David Samuels

University of Minnesota

11:50am-1:00pm Lunch Break at Notre Dame

12h15min-13h45min Lunch Break at UFRGS

1:00-1:50pm (14h-14h50min)

US Chair: Chonghyun Choi
Brazil Chair: Roberta Preussler
US Discussant: Amanda Fidalgo

Brazilian Foreign Policy during the 2000s: Reinforcing a ‘Hybrid’ Political Culture?
Tiago Vier
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul and World Values Survey–Brazil
Henrique Carlos de Castro
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul and World Values Survey–Brazil
Sonia Ranincheski

Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul and World Values Survey–Brazil

Low Trust in Others and Democratic Attitudes in Brazil
Marika Csapo
Vanderbilt University

2:00-2:50pm (15h-15h50min)

US Chair: Juan Pablo Pinilla
Brazil Chair: Enio Cardoso
US Discussant: Marika Csapo

Does Partisanship Matter in a Weak Party Federal System? Partisan Cues and Federalism in Brazil
Amanda Fidalgo
Penn State University

“The Effect of Exposure to Democratic Institutions on Tolerance: Brazil Compared with Other Latin American Countries
Jakson Alves de Aquino
Universidade Federal do Ceará

3:00-3:15pm (16h-16h15min) Closing Remarks

Amy Erica Smith
Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow
Department of Political Science
Iowa State University
Henrique Carlos de Castro

Brazilian Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Democracy and Human Development
Department of Economy and International Relations, Political Science Graduate Program
Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)


 

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