Research in social movements, conflicts and change. /

Material type: Computer fileComputer fileLanguage: English Publication details: Bingley, UK : Emerald Group , 2008Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (xv, 354 p.) : ill Media type: HardDisk Carrier type: ElektronikISBN: 9781846638930 (electronic bk.) : £57.99 ; € 82.95 ; $99.95 1846638933 (electronic bk.) : £57.99 ; € 82.95 ; $99.95 9781846638923 (hbk.) 1846638925 (hbk.)Subject(s): Social movements | Social conflict | Social change | Social issues & processes | bicssc | Social Science | Sociology | General | bisacshDDC classification: Online Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references.<br>Pt. I: Coalition dynamics in social movements -- Linking strategic choice with macro-organizational dynamics: strategy and social movement articulation / Dennis J. Downey and Deana A. Rohlinger -- Coalition dissolution, mobilization, and network dynamics in the U.S. antiwar movement / Michael T. Heaney and Fabio Rojas -- Social movement organizations and coaltions: comparisons from the women's movement in Buenos Aires, Argentina / Elizabeth Borland -- Mesomobilization and fragile coalitions: aboriginal politics and treaty-making in British Columbia / R. S. Ratner and Andrew Woolford -- The living wag movement and the economics of morality: frames, ideology and the discursive field / Shehzad Nadeem -- Pt. II: Strategic alliances and strategic decision-making in social movements -- Professional and political alliances, legitimating authority and the longevity of health movement organizations / Matthew E. Archibald and Kendralin J. Freeman -- Opposing movement strategies in U.S. abortion politics / David S. Meyer and Suzanne Staggenborg -- What we talk about when we talk about decline: competing narratives in the Amsterdam squatters' movement / Lynn Owens -- Pt. III: Political opportunities and political inequalities -- Starving for change: the hunger strike and nonviolent action, 1906-2004 / Stephen J. Scanlon, Laurie Cooper Stoll and Kimberly Lumm -- Restricting public life, creating deadly strife: how political discrimination impacts interethnic conflict / Clayton D. Peoples and Tina Hsu Schweizer.

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