Perception of corruption and voting behavior in Culiacan

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Title Perception of corruption and voting behavior in Culiacan
Percepción de la corrupción y comportamiento electoral en culiacán
Percepção da corrupção e comportamento eleitoral em Culiacán
 
Creator Soto Zazueta, Irvin Mikhail
 
Subject Electoral participation, corruption, elections, electoral behavior, political institutions
participación electoral, corrupción, elecciones, comportamiento electoral, instituciones políticas
participação eleitoral, corrupção, eleições, comportamento eleitoral, instituições políticas
 
Description After several decades with scarce information about the relationship between corruption and electoral participation, recently some literature has emerged on this subject. There are several hypotheses that try to explain this phenomenon; one of them considers corruption as a mobilizing agent and another one as a paralyzing agent in electoral activities. In this paper, we study the role played by corruption over electoral participation in the municipality of Culiacán, with information obtained through a survey on political culture and electoral behavior. The statistical results suggest that the probability of voting is negatively related to higher levels of perceived corruption.
Después de varias décadas de escasa información sobre la relación entre corrupción y participación electoral, hay una creciente atención a este tema. Diversas hipótesis intentan de explicar este fenómeno, entre ellas que la corrupción es un agente movilizador y, la contraria, que lleva a la abstención. Este artículo analiza el papel de la corrupción en la participación electoral en el municipio de Culiacán, con información recogida mediante una encuesta sobre cultura política y comportamiento electoral. Los resultados sugieren que la probabilidad de votar tiene una relación negativa con el grado de percepción de la corrupción.
Após várias décadas de escassa informação sobre a relação entre corrupção e participação eleitoral, há uma crescente atenção a essa questão. Várias hipóteses tentam explicar esse fenômeno, incluindo que a corrupção é um agente mobilizador e o oposto, que leva à abstenção. Este artigo analisa o papel da corrupção na participação eleitoral no município de Culiacán (México), com informações coletadas por meio de uma pesquisa sobre cultura política e comportamento eleitoral. Os resultados sugerem que a probabilidade de votar tem uma relação negativa com o grau de percepção da corrupção.
 
Publisher Universidad Externado de Colombia
 
Date 2019-05-28
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://revistas.uexternado.edu.co/index.php/ecoins/article/view/5976
10.18601/01245996.v21n41.10
 
Source Revista de Economía Institucional; Vol. 21 Núm. 41 (2019): Julio-Diciembre; 235-258
Revista de Economía Institucional; Vol 21 No 41 (2019): Julio-Diciembre; 235-258
Revista de Economía Institucional; v. 21 n. 41 (2019): Julio-Diciembre; 235-258
2346-2450
0124-5996
 
Language spa
 
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