Polarização Partidária e Política Externa no Reino Unido pré-Brexit

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Pedro Feliú
Fernanda Bárbara Lessa Cordeiro
Natália Dus Poiatti

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No artigo, analisamos o comportamento dos partidos britânicos nas votações de política externa da legislatura anterior à aprovação do referendo do Brexit. Por meio de um modelo geral linear, mostramos que as votações sobre temas relacionados à União Europeia possuem baixa propensão à divergência partidária, enquanto as notícias veiculadas à votação, o desemprego e a relevância da imigração para a opinião pública afetam positivamente o grau de divergência entre os partidos políticos britânicos.

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Feliú, Pedro, Fernanda Bárbara Lessa Cordeiro, e Natália Dus Poiatti. 2020. “Polarização Partidária E Política Externa No Reino Unido Pré-Brexit”. Meridiano 47 - Journal of Global Studies 21 (maio). https://doi.org/10.20889/M47e21002.
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Pedro Feliú, Universidade de São Paulo

Universidade de São Paulo, Instituto de Relações Internacionais

Fernanda Bárbara Lessa Cordeiro, Universidade de São Paulo

Universidade de São Paulo, Instituto de Relações Internacionais

Natália Dus Poiatti , Universidade de São Paulo

Universidade de São Paulo, Instituto de Relações Internacionais

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