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Book cover: Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change

Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change

ISSN: 0163-786X
Series editor(s): Dr Patrick G. Coy

Subject Area: Sociology and Public Policy

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Volume 30 - Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change


ISBN: 978-0-85724-036-1
eISBN: 978-0-85724-037-8
Edited by: Patrick G. Coy
Published: 2010

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1846437 Introduction
Patrick G. Coy (pp. ix - xvii)
Article type: Editorial
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1846434 Research in social movements, conflicts and change
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1846435 Research in social movements, conflicts and change
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1846423 List of contributors
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1846436 Copyright page
Article type: Miscellaneous
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1846424

Section I: Spotlights on the Academy

“It's part of my being”: Demand-making and discursive protest by feminist sociologists inside academia
Heather Laube (pp. 3 - 41)
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1846425 Risks and ethics of social movement research in a changing political climate
Kathleen M. Blee, Tim Vining (pp. 43 - 71)
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1846426

Section II: The Politics of Public Protest

The Impacts of Repression: The Effect of Police Presence and Action on Subsequent Protest Rates
Jennifer Earl, Sarah A. Soule (pp. 75 - 113)
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1846427 On social networks and social protest: Understanding the role of organizational and personal ties in large-scale protest events
Dana R. Fisher (pp. 115 - 140)
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1846428 Legal dissent: constitutional proposals for “cambio” in Cuba
Ana Cristina Maldonado (pp. 141 - 169)
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1846429 Bridging contentious and electoral politics: MoveOn and the digital revolution
Victoria Carty (pp. 171 - 196)
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1846430

Section III: Extending Framing Theory in Multiple Directions

Framing illegal immigration at the U.S.–Mexican border: anti-illegal immigration groups and the importance of place in framing
April Lee Dove (pp. 199 - 237)
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1846431 The dilemma of differential mobilization: Framing strategies and shaping engagement in the occupation of Alcatraz
Christopher Wetzel (pp. 239 - 270)
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1846432 Movement publications as data: An assessment of an underutilized resource
Andrew W. Martin (pp. 271 - 299)
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1846433 About the authors
(pp. 301 - 304)
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