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Power and Protest: How Marginalized Groups Oppose the State and Other Institutions

Publisher: Emerald
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Format: Book- Hardback
ISBN-13: 9781839098352
Author: Ed: Lisa Leitz
Publication Date: 02-Mar-2021
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Number of Pages: 276

Table of Contents: Introduction; Lisa Leitz and Paige N. Gulley 

Section I. Theorizing the Power of Protestors 
Chapter 1. The Reclamation Master Frame: A Visual Study of the Arab Uprisings; Mounira M. Charrad, Amina Zarrugh and Hyun Jeong Ha 
Chapter 2. Understanding Strikes in the 21st Century: Perspectives from the USA; Chris Rhomberg and Steven H. Lopez 
Chapter 3. Group Size and the Use of Violence by Resistance Campaigns: A Multi-level Study of Resistance Method; Christopher J. Cyr and Michael Widmeier  
Chapter 4. Marginalization and Mobilizing Power in Nonviolent Social Movements; Selina Gallo-Cruz 
Section II. Power of Institutions and Tradition 
Chapter 5. Illegitimacy, Political Stability, and the Erosion of Alliances: Lessons from the End of Apartheid in South Africa; Eric W. Schoon and Robert J. VandenBerg 
Chapter 6: Whaling in Korea: Heritage, Framing and Contention against International Norms; Bradley Tatar 
Chapter 7. Mobilizing for Religious Freedom: Educational Opportunity Structures and Outcomes of Conservative Christian Campus Activism; Jonathan S. Coley 
Epilogue: Updates to Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change

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