g) Social movements and political protest

Introductions and overviews

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Andrain, Charles F., and David E. Apter. (1996). Political Protest and Social Change: Analyzing Politics. Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Berberoglu, B. (2019). The Palgrave handbook of social movements, revolution, and social transformation. Palgrave Macmillan.

Bosi, L., Giugni, M., & Uba, K. (Eds.). (2016). The consequences of social movements. Cambridge University Press.

Chesters, G., & Welsh, I. (2010). Social movements: The key concepts. Routledge.

Capeheart, L., & Milovanovic, D. (2007). Social justice: Theories, issues, and movements. Rutgers University Press.

Crutchfield, L. R. (2018). How Change Happens: Why Some Social Movements Succeed While Others Don't. John Wiley & Sons.

Della Porta, D., & Diani, M. (2020). Social movements: An introduction. John Wiley & Sons.

Earl, J. (2004). The cultural consequences of social movements. The Blackwell companion to social movements, 508-530.

Gillion, D. Q. (2013). The political power of protest: minority activism and shifts in public policy. Cambridge University Press.

Goodwin, J., & Jasper, J. M. (Eds.). (2014). The social movements reader: Cases and concepts. John Wiley & Sons.

Jasper, J. M. (2014). Protest: A cultural introduction to social movements. John Wiley & Sons.

Jobin-Leeds, G. (2016). When we fight, we win: Twenty-first-century social movements and the activists that are transforming our world. New Press, The.

Markoff, J. (2014). Waves of democracy: Social movements and political change. Routledge.

Opp, K. D. (2009). Theories of political protest and social movements: A multidisciplinary introduction, critique, and synthesis. Routledge.

Pickard, S. (2019). Politics, protest and young people: Political participation and dissent in 21st century Britain. Springer.

Roggeband, C., & Klandermans, B. (Eds.). (2017). Handbook of social movements across disciplines. Springer.

Roose, J., & Dietz, H. (2016). Social Theory and Social Movements: Mutual inspirations. Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden:.

Schaeffer, R. K. (2014). Social movements and global social change: The rising tide. Rowman & Littlefield.

Snow, D. A., Soule, S. A., Kriesi, H., & McCammon, H. J. (Eds.). (2018). The Wiley Blackwell companion to social movements. John Wiley & Sons.

 

Further works

Amenta, E., Caren, N., Chiarello, E., & Su, Y. (2010). The political consequences of social movements. Annual Review of Sociology, 36, 287-307.

Chovanec, D. M. (2006). Between finding ourselves and losing ourselves: The consequences of social movement participation. In Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, York University, Toronto.

Della Porta, D. (2013). Can democracy be saved?: participation, deliberation and social movements. John Wiley & Sons.

Farro, A. L., Lustiger-Thaler, H., & Toscano, E. (Eds.). (2014). Reimagining social movements: from collectives to individuals. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd..

Ferree, M. M., Ganz, M., Flacks, R., Gould, D. B., Koopmans, R., Kurzman, C., ... & Steinberg, M. W. (2004). Rethinking social movements: Structure, meaning, and emotion. Rowman & Littlefield.

Freelon, D., McIlwain, C., & Clark, M. (2018). Quantifying the power and consequences of social media protest. New Media & Society, 20(3), 990-1011.

Hall, B. L., Clover, D. E., Crowther, J., & Scandrett, E. (Eds.). (2013). Learning and education for a better world: The role of social movements (Vol. 10). Springer Science & Business Media.

Keck, M. E., and Sikkink, K. (1998) Activists Beyond Borders: Advocacy networks in international politics. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Mason, D. J., Leavitt, J. K., and Chaffee, M. W. (2007). Policy and politics in nursing and health care. St. Louis, MO.: Saunders Elsevier.

McCaughey, M., and Ayers, M. D. (Eds.) (2003) Cyberactivism: Online activism in theory and practice. New York: Routledge.

McGarry, A., & Jasper, J. (2015). The identity dilemma: Social movements and collective identity. Temple University Press.

Naples, N. A., & Mendez, J. B. (Eds.). (2015). Border politics: social movements, collective identities, and globalization. NYU Press.

Neveu, E., & Fillieule, O. (Eds.). (2019). Activists Forever?: Long-term Impacts of Political Activism. Cambridge University Press.

Quaranta, M. (2015). Political Protest in Western Europe. Exploring the Role of Context in Political Action. Cham: Springer International Publishing Switzerland.

van de Donk, W., B. D. Loader, P. G. Nixon, and D. Rucht. (eds.) (2004) Cyberprotest: New media, citizens and social movements. London: Routledge.
1. Introduction 2. New Media, Citizenship and Social Movements Part One: Changing the levels and the domains of political action 3. Gobal-protesters: Virtual or Real? The Role of the Internet in Shaping the Anti-globalisation Movement 4. Is the Market the New Battle Ground for Political Campaigning? Part two: Changing strategies and stratagems: action and activism in the information age 6. Meta-movements: New Technologies and New Forms of Coalition, Co-operation and Co-ordination in the Social Movement ‘Industry’ 7. “‘Times are Changing’: Media Strategies of Protest Groups since the 1960s” 8. The Internet, Global Mobilization, and Movement Message Frames: Organizational Similarities and Communicational Differences between Protest Events and Issue Campaigns The activists in between: New Media, Social Movements and Change 9. The Activists in Between: New Media, Social Movements and Change 10. Social Movements and the Media. September 1999, from Portugal to East-Timor 11. The Expert Always Knows Best? ATTAC’s Use of the Internet as a Tool to Facilitate New Virtual Forms of Protest 12. Tales from Italy Part Three: Citizenship, Identity, and Virtual Movements 13. Citizenship, Democracy and New States of Welfare 14. The Woman’s Movement Online: A Study into the Uses of Internet by Women’s Organizations in the Netherlands 15. The Grey Panthers wants Political Influence - Democratic Effects of Utilising ICTs 16. Disembodied Citizenship? Re-@ccessing Disabled People’s Voices in Portugal 17. Conclusion.

Woodly, D. R. (2015). The politics of common sense: How social movements use public discourse to change politics and win acceptance. Oxford University Press.