O que é o populismo punitivista? Uma tipologia baseada na comunicação midiática

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https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1982-8160.v15i1p77-102

Palavras-chave:

Populismo punitivista, Mídia, Ideologia política, Populismo penal, Punitivismo

Resumo

O populismo punitivista se refere ao uso, por parte de líderes políticos, de uma retórica e políticas rígidas contra o crime para ganhar as eleições e o apoio popular. No entanto, esta definição básica não captura o leque de modos pelos quais a prática se manifesta. Refinando o conceito, este artigo identifica três tipos principais de populismo punitivista: autoritário, conflitante e responsável (accountable). A tipologia destaca a importância da interseção dos sistemas de mídia e da ideologia política para a definição de cada tipo. Refletindo sobre mais de quinze anos de pesquisas sobre o tema, o artigo é centrado no desenvolvimento de conceitos, com exemplos ilustrativos da Argentina e do Chile.

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Biografia do Autor

Michelle Bonner, University of Victoria

Professora do Departamento de Ciências Políticas da University of Victoria. Orcid: https://orcid. org/0000-0003-4942-0367. 

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2021-06-08

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Bonner, M. (2021). O que é o populismo punitivista? Uma tipologia baseada na comunicação midiática. MATRIZes, 15(1), 77-102. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1982-8160.v15i1p77-102

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