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Fred R. Dallmayr

#20
June 1984
"Life-World and Communicative Action"

#195
June 1993
"Modernization and Postmodernization: Theoretical Comments on India"



Roberto DaMatta

#10 (Democracy and Social Policy Series)
Spring 1995
"On the Brazilian Urban Poor: An Anthropological Report"

#79
September 1986
"Carnaval as a Cultural Problem: Towards a Theory of Formal Events and Their Magic"



Alain de Janvry

#38
March 1984
"Social Disarticulation in Latin American History"



Carmen Diana Deere

#31
December 1984
"Agrarian Reform and the Peasantry in the Transition to Socialism in the Third World"



Ralph Della Cava

#114
November 1988
"The Church and the Abertura in Brazil, 1974-1985"



Anthony DePalma

#313
July 2004
"Myths of the Enemy: Castro, Cuba and Herbert L. Matthews of The New York Times"



Leo A. Despres

#45
July 1985
"Industrialization, Migration and the Informal Sector in Manaus"

#110
September 1988
"Macrotheories, Microcontexts, and the Informal Sector: Case Studies from Brazil"



Robert Devlin

#90
January 1987
"The Structure and Performance of International Banking during the 1970s and Its Impact on the Crisis of Latin America"



Larry Diamond

#236
March 1997
"Is the Third Wave of Democratization Over? An Empirical Assessment"

#237
March 1997
"Is the Third Wave of Democratization Over? The Imperative of Consolidation"



Carlos F. Días-Alejandro

#24
August 1984
"Good-Bye Financial Repression, Hello Financial Crash"



Michael G. Donovan

#291
January 2002
"Fujimori's Financiers: How Japan Became the Largest Aid Donor in Latin America and Its Implications for Future Economic Development"
(w/Kwan S. Kim)



Sônia Miriam Draibe

#3 (Democracy and Social Policy Series)
Spring 1995
"The System of Social Protection in Brazil"
(w/Beatriz Azeredo, Maria Helena Guimarães de Castro)



Carol Ann Drogus

#205
March 1994
"Religious Change and Women's Status in Latin America: A Comparison of Catholic Base Communities and Pentecostal Churches"



James Dunkerley

#54
December 1985
"The Crisis in Bolivia"
(w/Rolando Morales)



Rafael Durán

#277
September 2002
"Reshaping State-Society Relations Democratization in Southern and Eastern Europe"



Francisco Durand

#170
January 1992
"The Political Formation and Consolidation of Peak Business Associations: The Case of Peru"



Amitava Krishna Dutt

#180
August 1992
"The NICs, Global Accumulation and Uneven Development: Implications of a Simple Three-Region Model"


 

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