Juan José Linz (24 December 1926 – 1 October 2013) was a Spanish sociologist and political scientist. He was Sterling Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Political Science at Yale University and an honorary member of the Scientific Council at the Juan March Institute. He is best known for his theories on totalitarian and authoritarian systems of government.

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  • Juan José Linz Storch de Gracia (Bonn, Alemania, 24 de diciembre de 1926 - New Haven, 1 de octubre de 2013) fue profesor de ciencia política en la Universidad de Yale. (es)
  • Juan José Linz (* 24. Dezember 1926 in Bonn; † 1. Oktober 2013 in New Haven, Connecticut) war ein deutsch-spanischer Politikwissenschaftler. Er war emeritierter Sterling Professor für Politikwissenschaft an der Yale University und Ehrenmitglied des Wissenschaftlichen Rates am Juan March Institute. (de)
  • Juan José Linz (24 December 1926 – 1 October 2013) was a Spanish sociologist and political scientist. He was Sterling Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Political Science at Yale University and an honorary member of the Scientific Council at the Juan March Institute. He is best known for his theories on totalitarian and authoritarian systems of government. Linz was born in Bonn, Germany. In addition to his work on systems of government, he did extensive research on the breakdowns of democracy and the transition back to a democratic regime. He is the author of many works on the subject, including Problems of Democratic Transition and Consolidation: Southern Europe, South America, and Post-Communist Europe (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996, co-authored with Alfred Stepan), his crowning work Totalitarian and Authoritarian Regimes (Rienner, 2000) and his influential essay 'The Perils of Presidentialism'. (en)
  • ホアン・リンス(Juan José Linz、1926年12月24日 - 2013年10月1日)は、アメリカ合衆国に在住していた政治学者で、イェール大学名誉教授。 (ja)
  • Di padre tedesco di madre spagnola, si trasferì con la propria famiglia dalla Germania alla Spagna nel 1926. Studiò a Madrid e si laureò in Diritto e Scienze Politiche alla Università Complutense di Madrid; completò gli studi con il diploma in Sociologia alla Columbia University degli Stati Uniti. Linz è noto per le proprie teorie sui sistemi politici totalitaristici e autoritaristici e per le ricerche sugli sviluppi delle democrazie e sui ritorni ai regimi democratici. Poco dopo la sua morte la rivista quadrimestrale di cultura politica "Trasgressioni" gli ha dedicato un numero monografico, il n. 57 (Settembre-Dicembre 2013) del suo ventottesimo anno di vita ("Trasgressioni", Casella postale n. 1292 - 50122 Firenze 7,): "Omaggio a Juan José Linz" contenente un approfondito saggio del prof. Marco Tarchi, ordinario di Scienza politica nella Facoltà di Scienze Politiche dell'Università di Firenze ("Juan J. Linz: La difficile arte di conciliare sapere enciclopedico e passione per la ricerca"); un importante saggio di 72 pagine, del prof. Juan Linz, ("Dalla Falange all'organizzazione del Movimiento: Il partito unico spagnolo e il regime di Franco, 1936-1968"); e la bibliografia completa degli scritti del prof. Linz dal 1949 al 2005 e delle opere su Linz, curata da Houchang E. Chehabi. (it)
  • Juan José Linz (ur. 24 grudnia 1926 w Bonn, zm. 1 października 2013) – hiszpański socjolog i politolog. Profesor na Uniwersytecie w Yale i honorowy członek Scientific Council w The Juan March Institute. Najbardziej znany z teorii rozróżniającej totalitaryzm od autorytaryzmu. (pl)
  • Хуан Линц, Хуан Хосе Линц (нем. Juan Linz, Juan José Linz, полное имя — исп. Juan José Linz Storch de Gracia; 24 декабря 1926, Бонн — 1 октября 2013, Нью-Хейвен) — американский политолог, профессор политических наук в Йельском университете, автор классических трудов по теории тоталитарных и авторитарных политических режимов, различным формам перехода к демократии. (ru)
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  • Juan José Linz Storch de Gracia (Bonn, Alemania, 24 de diciembre de 1926 - New Haven, 1 de octubre de 2013) fue profesor de ciencia política en la Universidad de Yale. (es)
  • Juan José Linz (* 24. Dezember 1926 in Bonn; † 1. Oktober 2013 in New Haven, Connecticut) war ein deutsch-spanischer Politikwissenschaftler. Er war emeritierter Sterling Professor für Politikwissenschaft an der Yale University und Ehrenmitglied des Wissenschaftlichen Rates am Juan March Institute. (de)
  • ホアン・リンス(Juan José Linz、1926年12月24日 - 2013年10月1日)は、アメリカ合衆国に在住していた政治学者で、イェール大学名誉教授。 (ja)
  • Juan José Linz (ur. 24 grudnia 1926 w Bonn, zm. 1 października 2013) – hiszpański socjolog i politolog. Profesor na Uniwersytecie w Yale i honorowy członek Scientific Council w The Juan March Institute. Najbardziej znany z teorii rozróżniającej totalitaryzm od autorytaryzmu. (pl)
  • Хуан Линц, Хуан Хосе Линц (нем. Juan Linz, Juan José Linz, полное имя — исп. Juan José Linz Storch de Gracia; 24 декабря 1926, Бонн — 1 октября 2013, Нью-Хейвен) — американский политолог, профессор политических наук в Йельском университете, автор классических трудов по теории тоталитарных и авторитарных политических режимов, различным формам перехода к демократии. (ru)
  • Juan José Linz (24 December 1926 – 1 October 2013) was a Spanish sociologist and political scientist. He was Sterling Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Political Science at Yale University and an honorary member of the Scientific Council at the Juan March Institute. He is best known for his theories on totalitarian and authoritarian systems of government. (en)
  • Di padre tedesco di madre spagnola, si trasferì con la propria famiglia dalla Germania alla Spagna nel 1926. Studiò a Madrid e si laureò in Diritto e Scienze Politiche alla Università Complutense di Madrid; completò gli studi con il diploma in Sociologia alla Columbia University degli Stati Uniti. Linz è noto per le proprie teorie sui sistemi politici totalitaristici e autoritaristici e per le ricerche sugli sviluppi delle democrazie e sui ritorni ai regimi democratici. (it)
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