Number of items: 10.
Cannon, Barry (2014) Electrostatic simulation methodology for capacitive touch-screen panels. Master of Engineering thesis, Dublin City University.
Cannon, Barry (2012) The right in Latin America in the era of the ‘pink tide’: towards democratic consolidation? In: Latin American Studies Association , 29 May - 1 June 2012, San Francisco.
Cannon, Barry and Gonzalez Torres, Ybiskay (2012) As clear as MUD: government and opposition in Bolivarian Venezuela. In: Society of Latin American Studies (SLAS 2012), 18-20 Apr 2012, Sheffield, UK.
Cannon, Barry and Hume , Mo (2012) Central America, civil society and the ‘pink tide’: democratization or de-democratization? Democratization . pp. 1-26. ISSN 1351-0347
Cannon, Barry (2011) The Latin American right in historical perspective: class, race, power. In: Bringing the Right Back In: Exploring the Right and Democracy in Contemporary Latin America , 29-30 July 2011, Berlin.
Cannon, Barry and Hume, Mo (2010) Attitudes to and visions of civil society/state relations in Central America: implications for sustainable development. Working Papers in International Studies Series. (Paper No. 2010-2). Centre for International Studies, Dublin City University, Ireland.
Cannon, Barry (2010) Populism and the 'Pathologies of rational choice theory'. Working Papers in International Studies Series. (Paper No. 2010-5). Centre for International Studies, Dublin City University, Ireland.
Cannon, Barry (2009) Wanted! ‘Strong publics’ for uncertain times. The experience of the Active Citizenship in Central America project. Development in Practice, 20 (6). ISSN 0961-4524
Cannon, Barry (2008) Class/race polarisation in Venezuela and the electoral success of Hugo Chávez: a break with the past or the song remains the same? Working Papers in International Studies Series. (Paper No. 2008-9). Centre for International Studies, Dublin City University, Ireland.
Cannon, Barry (2005) Populist leadership in the context of globalisation: a comparative study of President Chávez of Venezuela and ex-President Fujimori of Peru. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.