The Social Movements Reader: Cases and Concepts
The Social Movements Reader, Second Edition, provides the most important and readable articles and book selections on recent social movements from around the world.
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When and Why Do Social Movements Occur?
The 1960s Freedom Struggle
A Chronology of the U S Civil Rights Movement
List of Activist Biographies
The Womens Movement
The Iranian Revolution from Structural and Perceived
Transnational Environmental Activism
Tactical Innovation in the Civil Rights
Armed Struggle in the South African AntiApartheid
A Chronology of the South African AntiApartheid Movement
Moral Shocks and SelfRecruitment
Recruits to Civil Rights Activism from Freedom Summer
MiddleClass Radicalism and Environmentalism
Who Are the Radical Islamists?
What Do Movement Participants Think and Feel?
Are Frames Enough? from The Art of Reframing
The Emotions of Protest from The Emotions of Protest
A List from Contexts magazine
Suicide Bombing from Six Lessons of Suicide Bombing
Everyday Life Routine Politics and Protest
How Do Institutions Influence Movements?
Contexts from Insurgency of the Powerless
New Social Movements
Counterinsurgency from Contexts magazine
What Changes Do Movements Bring About?
Radical Flank Effects
References from Part IntroductionsKey Concepts
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