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Globalizations and Social Movements [electronic resource] : Culture, Power and the Transnational Public Sphere

Author/Creator:
Guidry, John.
Publication:
Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, 2009.
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Book
1 online resource (427 p.)
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Social history. (search)
Social movements -- History -- 20th century. (search)
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Electronic books.
Language:
English
Contents:
Contents; Preface and Acknowledgments; Chapter 1. Globalizations and Social Movements; PART I. MOVEMENTS IN GLOBALIZED SPACE; Chapter 2. Historical Precursors to Modern Transnational Social Movements and Networks; Chapter 3. State Terror, Constitutional Traditions, and National Human Rights Movements: A Cross-National Quantitative Comparison; Chapter 4. Distant Issue Movements in Germany: Empirical Description and Theoretical Reflections; PART II. GLOBALIZATIONS AND MOVEMENTS IN NATION-STATES
Chapter 5. The Irrelevance of Nationalism (the Relevance of Globalism)? Cultural Frames of Collective Protest in Postcommunist Poland, 1989 - 93 Chapter 6. Global and Local Framing of Maternal Identity: Obligation and the Mothers of Matagalpa, Nicaragua; Chapter 7. The Useful State? Social Movements and the Citizenship of Children in Brazil; PART III. MOVEMENTS, IDENTITIES, CULTURAL TRANSFORMATIONS; Chapter 8. Refugees, Resistance, and Identity; Chapter 9. Confronting Contradictions and Negotiating Identities: Taiwanese Doctors' Anticolonialism in the 1920's
Chapter 10. Politics and Play: Sport, Social Movements, and Decolonization in Cuba and the British West Indies Chapter 11. Social Memory as Collective Action: The Crimean Tatar National Movement; Chapter 12. The Russian Neo-Cossacks: Militant Provincials in the Geoculture of Clashing Civilizations; Chapter 13. Religious Nationalism in India and Global Fundamentalism; PART IV. REFLECTIONS; Chapter 14. Adjusting the Lens: What Do Globalizations, Transnationalism, and the Anti-apartheid Movement Mean for Social Movement Theory?; Bibliography; Contributors; Index
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Description based upon print version of record.
Contributor:
Kennedy, Michael D.
Zald, Mayer N.
ISBN:
1-282-43771-2
9786612437717
0-472-02341-1
OCLC:
743199516