He is an Instructor Professor at the Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Universidad Nacional Andrés Bello and Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile. His fields of interest are Social Movement, Nationalism, Ideology and Populism. He is undertaking a DPhil in Sociology at the University Alberto Hurtado, Chile and has been working on his thesis. His topic of research is Populism in Chile. As it is well known, populism is one of the most important political issues in Latin America. On the one hand, the purpose of my thesis is to clear up highly ideological and general perceptions of populism, which hinder a full understanding of its real dimension. On the other, to empirically enquire if in Chilean history it is possible to recognize populist regimes or, alternatively, populist moments or populist phenomena. In fact, the aim of his research is to demonstrate that in Chile there have not been populist regimes but only populist moments or populist phenomena. He focused on trying to establish why this did not occur and, at the same time, which are its consequences. His hypothesis is that Chile has not developed populist regimes because oligarchy, political parties and, in the last stance, the Army Forces, blocked the populist moments or phenomena.