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I. The New Chilean Democracy Since 1990
II. Chilean Political Culture
III. The Institutional Dimension
IV. Elections and Political Parties
The Political Parties
I. General Profile ofthe Party System in the New Democracy
II. The Parties ofthe New Democracy
The Decentralization Process
I. The Context ofChange
II. Authoritarian and Democratic Types ofDecentralization
IV. A Balanced View ofOptions for the Future
Final Remarks
Chile’s International Integration
I. A Complex Legacy
II. Economic Diplomacy: The Quest for Open Regionalism
III. Policy Toward Chile’s Neighbors: The Two Agendas
IV. Latin American Policy: Renewed Regionalism
VIII. Multilateralism: Chile’s Global Responsibilities
National Defense and the Armed Forces
I. “It depends upon the lens you are looking through.”
II. Snapshots ofTwo Moments: 1990 and 1997
I. Chile in the 1990s: A Clear Case ofEconomic Success
II. Development Strategies and Society
III. Constructing the Society We Deserve
I. Principal Traits ofChile’s Economic Development
II. Exports and Competitiveness
III. Employment
IV. The History ofChilean Productivity
V. Macroeconomic Impacts on Production and Employment
The State of Economic Processes
The Economic Role of the State
I. The State’s Search for Equity
III. The State Seeks E∑ciency by Regulating Monopolies and Fostering Competition
IV. The State Seeks Internal E∑ciency
Modernization, Development, and the Environment
I. Theoretical Considerations
II. Progress and Achievements
III. Expectations and Frustrations
IV. Tension and Conflict
V. Major Challenges
Social Stratification in Chile at the Close of the 20th Century
I. The Social Category Matrix
II. The General Content ofthe Transformations: A Reexamination
Appendix: Description ofSocial Categories and Actions
II. Social Policies between 1990 and 1997
III. Social Policies and the Quality ofLife
IV. Challenges for Social Policy
I. The Heart ofEducation Reform: Quality-Equity Improvement Programs
II. Reform Politics
Union Organization and Labor Relations
I. Labor’s Perception ofthe Transition to Democracy
II. Labor Policies and Strategies under the Concertación Governments
III. Labor Today: A Long-Term Vision
IV. Outlook for the Construction ofa New Labor Model
I. The New Background ofthe Social Contract
II. Motivations and Expectations Associated with Collective Action
III. Strategies and Spheres ofAction
I. Women’s Changing Roles: Advances, Resistance, and New Challenges
II. Women as Social Protagonists
III. Chilean Families in the 1990s
IV. Everyday Life in the Family
V. Late 20th-Century Dilemmas
Changes in Public Opinion
III. Perception and Evaluation ofPolitical Activity
IV. Psycho-Social Aspects
II. Magazines: A Segmented Market
III. Radio in Chile: Public and Private Voices
IV. The Dizzying Change in Chilean Television
I. The Impact ofDeregulation
II. The Diversification ofthe System
III. The Quality Issue
IV. Regulating for Quality
V. Public Financing: Growth by Aggregation
VI. Policy Options for Higher Education
Religion and Culture
I.Globalization and Pluralization ofthe Religious Field in Chile
II. The Churches in the Democratization Period
Culture Microclimates
I. Deaths and Survivors
II. Forms and Symbols
III. Prose and Poetry
IV. The Present
V. Omissions
Assessment and Outlook
I. Evaluations ofthe Coalition’s Achievements
II. Sensibilities Within the Coalition
III. The Concertación and Its Strategic Outlook
IV. Toward New Public Policies
V. Creating Opportunities for Political and Social Dialogue
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