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German Unification, Democratization and the Role of Social Movements: A Missed Opportunity? [Abstract] Dieter Rucht Anxiety and the Successful Oppositional Construction of Social Reality: The Case of the KOR [Abstract] Helena Flam The Moral Issue in Collective Behavior and Collective Action [Abstract] Ralph H. Turner To Map Contentious Politics [Abstract] Doug McAdam, Sidney Tarrow, and Charles Tilly Identity and Action [Abstract] Anthony Oberschall and Hyojoung Kim "If I Had A Hammer": The Changing Methodological Repertoire of Collective Behavior and Social Movements Research [Abstract] John T. Crist and John D. McCarthy
Volume 1, Number 2: September 1996
Women's Self-Help and the Reconstruction of Gender: The Postpartum Support and Breast Cancer Movements [Abstract] Verta Taylor and Marieke Van Willigen The Survival of the Women's Movement: Turnover and Continuity in Bloomington, Indiana Suzanne Staggenborg Informal Organizations as Agents of Change: Notes from the Contemporary Women's Movement in India [Abstract] Manisha Desai State, Civil Society and Market in India: The Context of Mobilization [Abstract] T.K. Oommen The Sociopolitical Context of Mobilization: The Case of the Anti-Military Movement in the Basque Country [Abstract] Jesús Casquette Northern Theory, Southern Protest: Opportunity Structure Analysis in Cross-National Perspective [Abstract] Vincent Boudreau
Volume 2, Number 1: March 1997
Structural Tensions in the Nineteenth Century Women's Movement [Abstract] Naomi Rosenthal, David McDonald, Michele Ethier, Meryl Fingrutd, and Roberta Karant Mobilizing Interracial Solidarity: A Comparison of the 1919 and 1937 Steel Industry Labor Organizing Drives [Abstract] Cliff Brown and John Brueggemann Elite Identification in Collectiv’’ e Protest Movements: A Reconsideration of the Reputational Method With Application to the Palestinian Intifada [Abstract] Arild Schou Systematizing Research Findings on Collective Behavior and Social Movements [Abstract] John Lofland Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner
Volume 2, Number 2: September 1997
Dynamics of Repression and Mobilization: The German Extreme Right in the 1990s [Abstract] Ruud Koopmans The Media Politics of Social Protest [Abstract] Victor Sampedro Collective Life and Social Change in the GDR [Abstract] E. Pierre Deess Framing Puerto Rican Identity: Political Opportunity Structures and Neighborhood Organizing in New York City [Abstract] Cathy Schneider Social Movements and Social Capital: A Network Perspective on Movement Outcomes [Abstract] Mario Diani Media Measurement Models of Protest Event Data [Abstract] Carol Mueller Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner
and Glenn Deane Between Old and New: Social Movements and Cultural Change [Abstract] Leo d'Anjou and John Van Male Dreadlocks: The Hair Aesthetics of Cultural Resistance and Collective Identity Formation [Abstract] M. Number 2: October 1998 Corrections for Selection Bias in Social Movement Research [Abstract] Simon Hug and Dominique Wisler Union Responses to NAFTA in the US and Canada: Explaining Intra. and the State System: The Last One Hundred and Forty Years [Abstract] Michael Hannagan Protest Intentions on the Eve of South Africa's First Nonracial Elections: Optimists Look Beyond Injustice [Abstract] Marlene Roefs.Volume 3. Class Formation. Number 1: March 1998 Irish Transnational Social Movements. and the New Institutionalism [Abstract] Jeffrey Haydu Organizational Opportunity and Social Movement Mobilization: A Comparative Analysis of Four Religious Movements [Abstract] Charles Kurzman Disrupting the "Quotidian": Reconceptualizing the Relationship Between Breakdown and the Emergence of Collective Action [Abstract] David A. and Johan Olivier The Other Side of the Coin: Explaining Crossnational Similarities Between Social Movements [Abstract] Marco G. Bahati Kuumba and Femi Ajanaku The Complexity of Decline: Explaining the Marginalization of the East German Women's Movement [Abstract] Lynn Kamenitsa Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner . Pichardo Almanzar. Cress. Giugni Workplace Governance. Heather Sullivan-Catlin. Daniel M. Deterritorialized Migrants. and Andrew W. Snow. Liam Downey. Jones Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner Volume 3. Bert Klandermans.and International Variation [Abstract] Michael Dreiling and Ian Robinson Is the Political Personal? Everyday Behaviors as Forms of Environmental Movement Participation [Abstract] Nelson A.
S. John McCarthy and Yang Su Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner . Number 2: Fall 1999 Dieter Rucht and Ruud Koopmans. 1956-1979 [Abstract] Sarah Soule. Drew Halfmann. 1979-1992 [Abstract] Franklin Daniel Rothman and Pamela E. 1919-1922) [Abstract] Roberto Franzosi Linking Organization and Mobilization: Michel's Iron Law of Oligarchy Reconsidered [Abstract] Dieter Rucht Under the Spotlight: The Impact of Media Attention On Protest Policing [Abstract] Dominique Wisler and Marco Giugni Comparing State Repression of Pro-State Vigilantes and Anti-State Insurgents: Northern Ireland. Number 1: April 1999 The Strategies and Contexts of Political Protest: Political Mediation and the Impact of the Townsend Movement in California [Abstract] Edwin Amenta. White Political Claims Analysis: Integrating Protest Event And Political Discourse Approaches [Abstract] Ruud Koopmans and Paul Statham Protest Events: Cause or Consequence of State Action? The U. 1969-1973 [Abstract] Steve Valocchi Manufactured Vunerability: Eco-Activist Tactics in Britain [Abstract] Brian Doherty Taking Ownership of Environmental Problems: How Local NIMBY Groups Expand Their Goals [Abstract] Ronit Shemtov Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner Volume 4. and Michael P. Doug McAdam. 1972-1975 [Abstract] Robert W. Guest Editors Special Issue on Protest Event Analysis The Return of the Actor: Interaction Networks Among Social Actors During Periods of High Mobilization (Italy. Women's Movement and Federal Congressional Activities.Volume 4. Oliver Riding the Crest of a Protest Wave? Collective Action Frames in the Gay Liberation Movement. Young Rethinking Recruitment to High-Risk/Cost Activism: The Case of Nicaragua Exchange [Abstract] Sharon Erickson Nepstad and Christian Smith From Local to Global: The Anti-Dam Movement in Southern Brazil.
Germany. James M. Issue 2: Fall 2001 The Making of the White March: The Mass Media as a Mobilizing Alternative to Movement Organizations [Abstract] Stefaan Walgrave and Jan Manssens Transnational Diffusion and the African American Reinvention of Gandhian Repertoire [Abstract] Sean Chabot Hinges in Collective Action: Strategic Innovation in the Pittston Coal Strike [Abstract] Karen Beckwith Gendered Outcomes: Gender Differences in the Biographical Consequences of Activism [Abstract] Nella Van Dyke. Brenda Wilhelm Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner .S. Doug McAdam. Zald What A Good Idea! Ideology and Frames in Social Movement Research [Abstract] Pamela Oliver and Hank Johnston The Return of the Repressed: The Fall and Rise of Emotions In Social Movement Theory [Abstract] Jeff Goodwin.. Patricia G.Volume 5. Japan. Steinhoff and Donatella della Porta Transnational Conservation Movement Organizations: Shaping the Protected Area Systems of Less Developed Countries [Abstract] Tammy L. Lewis Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner Volume 5. Jasper and Francesca Polletta Disappearing Social Movements: Clandestinity in the Cycle of New Left Protest in the U. and Italy [Abstract] Gilda Zwerman. Issue 1: Spring 2000 Special Issue on Ideological Frames Ideologically Structured Action: An Enlarged Agenda For Social Movement Research [Abstract] Mayer N.
Reimann Transnational Structures and Protest: Linking Theories and Assessing Evidence [Abstract] George M. Institutional Ties: The Effect of Elite Alliances on Environmental TSMO Networks Beth Schaefer Caniglia Transnational Political Processes and Contention Against the Global Economy [Abstract] Jefrrey M. Japanese NGOs and the Kyoto Climate Change Conference Kim D./Central America Peace Movement [Abstract] Sharon Erickson Nepstad Informal Alliances vs.S. 1: Spring 2001 Jackie Smith. Maney Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner [Abstract] [Abstract] .Volume 6. No. Guest Editor Special Issue on Globalization and Resistance Globalizing Resistance: The Battle of Seattle and the Future of Social Movements [Abstract] Jackie Smith Creating Transnational Solidarity: The Use of Narrative in the U. Ayres Building Networks From the Outside In: International Movements.
John D. Clark McPhail and Boguslaw Augustyn Cued to Coerce or Coercing Cues?: An Exploration of Dissident Rhetoric and Its Relationship to Political Repression [Abstract] [PDF] Christian Davenport and Marci Eads Framing. 1943-2001 Guerrillas In Their Midst: Armed Struggle and the South African Anti-Apartheid Movement [Abstract] [PDF] Gay Seidman The Interaction of State Repression. 1990-1995 [Abstract] [PDF] Larissa Titarenko. Protest Form and Protest Sponsor Strength During the Transition From Communism in Belarus. 2: Fall 2001 In Memoriam: Albert Melucci. No.Volume 6. Political Opportunities and Civic Mobilization in the Eastern European Revolutions: A Case Study in Poland's Freedom and Peace Movement [Abstract] [PDF] Padraic Kenney Mobilizing Structures and Cycles of Protest: Post-Stalinist Contention in Poland. 19541959 [Abstract] [PDF] Maryjane Osa Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner . McCarthy.
M. 3: October 2002 Allies on the Road to Victory: Coalition Formation between the Suffragists and the Women’s Christian Temperance Union [Abstract] Holly J. 2: Summer 2002 Ron Aminzade and Doug McAdam. Guest Editors Special Issue on Emotions and Contentious Politics Emotions and Contentious Politics [Abstract] Ron Aminzade and Doug McAdam Moving the Masses: Emotion work in the Chinese Revolution [Abstract] Elizabeth J. 1991 [Abstract] Hyojoung Kim Emotions and the Development of ACT UP [Abstract] Deborah B. 1888–1945 [Abstract] Verta Taylor and Leila J.Volume 7. Perry Secret Voting and Political Emotions [Abstract] J. Anger. No. McCammon and Karen E. Rupp Shame. Gould Strategic Framing. and Love in Collective Action: Emotional consequences of Suicide Protest in South Korea. No. Campbell Bringing Outsiders In: Opponents Claims and the Construction of Animal Rights Activists’ Identity [Abstract] . No. Mikalsen Environmental Campaigns against Mining in Australia and the Philippines [Abstract] Timothy Doyle An Alliance of Interest and Identity? Explaining the Campaign against Manchester Airport’s Second Runway [Abstract] Steven Griggs and David Howarth Changing Forms of Environmentalism in Italy: The Protest Campaigns against the HighSpeed Railway System [Abstract] Donatella della Porta and Massimiliano Andretta Mobilization against Large Techno-Industrial Projects: A Comparative Perspective [Abstract] Dieter Rucht Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner Volume 7. Emotions and Superbarrio – Mexico City’s Masked Crusader [Abstract] Jorge Cadena-Roa Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner Volume 7. Barbalet The Emotion Culture of Transnational Women’s Organizations. 1: Spring 2002 The Dynamics of Environmental Campaigns [Abstract] Donatella della Porta and Dieter Rucht From Protest to Participation? Environmental Groups and the Management of Marine Fisheries [Abstract] Hans-Kristian Hernes and Knut H.
Einwohner The Labor of Diffusion: The Peace Pledge Union and the Adaptation of the Gandhian Repertoire [Abstract] Sean Scalmer Strategic Imperative. and the Development of Czech and Polish Environmental Movements [Abstract] JoAnn Carmin and Barbara Hicks Trend Report: The Contentious French [Abstract] Erik Neveu Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner . Ideology.Rachel L. and Frame [Abstract] David L. Transnational Networks. Westby International Triggering Events.
Volume 8. Territory. Oliver: Mechanisms of Contention Verta Taylor: Plus ça change. Olivier Neither Transgressive nor Contained: Boundary-Spanning Contention in China [Abstract] Kevin J. What’s Up (with) DOC? Clarifying the Paradigm Sidney Tarrow: Confessions of a Recovering Structuralist Volume 8. Guest Editors Special Issue: Space. 2: June 2003 Byron Miller and Deborah G. Fields. No. Martin and Byron Miller Families. Maya Beasley. plus c’est la même chose Doug McAdam: Eehh. and Charles Tilly Mario Diani: The Terrestrial Emporium of Contentious Knowledge Dieter Rucht: Overcoming the ―Classical Model?‖ Ruud Koopmans: A Failed Revolution—But a Worthy Cause Pamela E. O’Brien Space. and Contentious Politics Space and Contentious Politics [Abstract] Deborah G. 1: February 2003 The Coevolution of Social Movements [Abstract] Pamela E. No. and Johan L. Strategies. Martin. Marston Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner . Oliver and Daniel J. Sidney Tarrow. and Institutional Change: The Case of Belgium [Abstract] Neal Alan Carter Contention Over Space and Place [Abstract] Charles Tilly Mobilizing Geography: Locating Space in Social Movement Theory [Abstract] Sallie A. Place. The 1960 Metalworkers’ and Coalminers’ Strikes in Chile [Abstract] Joel Stillerman Social Movement Organizations beyond the Beltway: Understanding the Diversity of One Social Movement Industry [Abstract] Bob Edwards and Michael Foley Book Symposium on: Dynamics of Contention by Doug McAdam. and Fighting for Land: The Spatial Dynamics of Contention in Rural Brazil [Abstract] Wendy Wolford A Place of Their Own? Women Organizers in the Maquilas of Nicaragua and Mexico [Abstract] Joe Bandy and Jennifer Bickham Mendez Trial by Space: The Spatial Politcs of Citizenship and Social Movements in Urban Brazil [Abstract] John Guidry Political Identity. and Alliances in Mobilization. Myers The Impact of State Reforms on Protest against Apartheid in South Africa [Abstract] Susan Olzak.
and France: Comparing Opportunity Environments of Rescue Tactics [Abstract] Leslie King and Ginna Husting Social Movement Policy Success: Decriminalizing State Sodomy Laws.Volume 8. and Debarashmi Mitra Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner . Kane Local to Global: Transnational Networks and Indian Women’s Grassroots Organizing [Abstract] Mangala Subramaniam. 3: October 2003 To the Internet. from the Internet: Comparative Press Coverage of Transnational Protest Events [Abstract] Paul D. Manjusha Gupte. Fallon Anti-Abortion Activism in the U. No. Almeida and Mark Irving Lichbach Getting Out the Vote: Women’s Democratic Political Mobilization in Ghana [Abstract] Kathleen M.S. 19691998 [Abstract] Melinda D.
Guest Editor Special Focus Issue on Latin America: Democracy. Globalization. and Stefaan Walgrave Joining the Cocktail Circuit: Social Movement Organizations at the European Union [Abstract] Christian Lahusen Operationalizing Melucci: Metamorphosis and Passion in the Negotiation of Activists’ Multiple Identities [Abstract] Debra King Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner Volume 9. and Protest Culture Introduction Current Trends in Latin American Social Movements Jon Shefner Democratization The End of Clientelism? Strong and Weak Networks in a Mexican Squatter Movement [Abstract] . and Range in Collective Action Frames. 1987-1995 [Abstract] Doowon Suh Limitations and Possibilities of Transnational Mobilization: The Case of EU Summit Protesters in Brussels. 1: February 2004 A Strategic Approach to Collective Action: Looking for Agency in Social Movement Choices [Abstract] James M. McCammon Constructing Conservative Identity: Peasant Mobilization against Revolution in Nicaragua [Abstract] Lynn R. No. Jasper Outcome Framing and Movement Dynamics: Korean White-Collar Unions’ Political Mobilization and Interunion Solidarity. 2001 [Abstract] Isabelle Bédoyan. 1892-1919 [Abstract] Lyndi Hewitt and Holly J. 3: October 2004 Jon Shefner. No.S. Peter Van Aelst. Strategic Voting and the 2000 U. Horton Cease and Desist: Repression. Francisco How Does Postcommunist Transformation Affect Political Protest? The Example of East Germany [Abstract] Karl-Dieter Opp Explaining Suffrage Mobilization: Balance. 2: June 2004 After the Massacre: Mobilization in the Wake of Harsh Repression [Abstract] Ronald A.Volume 9. No. Presidential Election [Abstract] Jennifer Earl and Alan Schussman Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner Volume 9. Neutralization.
Holzner Event Analysis of Claim Making in Mexico: How Are Social Protests Transformed into Political Protests [Abstract] Takeshi Wada Globalization When Local Troubles Become Transnational: The Transformation of a Guatemalan Indigenous Rights Movement [Abstract] Julie Stewart Social Movements in the Mexico City Airport Controversy: Globalization. Democracy.Claudio A. Davis and Christina A. and the Power of Distance [Abstract] Diane E. Rosan Transnational Labor Mobilizing in Two Mexican Maquiladoras: The Struggle for Democratic Globalization [Abstract] Victoria Carty Protest Culture The Moral Politics of Argentine Crowds [Abstract] Javier Auyero Cultural Opportunity and Tactical Choice in the Argentine and Chilean Reproductive Rights Movements [Abstract] Elizabeth Borland Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner .
Blee and Ashley Currier Institutional and Discursive Opportunities for Extreme-Right Mobilization in Five Countries [Abstract] Marco Giugni. Build Big: Negotiating Opportunities in Media Markets [Abstract] Charlotte Ryan. and Press Resonance: Comparing Mayday Protests in London and Berlin [Abstract] Dieter Rucht Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner Volume 10.Volume 10. Michael Anastario. 2: June 2005 Scholarship on Social Movement Organziations: Classic Views and Emerging Trends [Abstract] Beth Schaefer Caniglia and JoAnn Carmin The Organizational Structure of Local Environmentalism [Abstract] Kenneth Andrews and Bob Edwards Coalitions and the Development of the Global Environmental Movement: A Double-Edged Sword [Abstract] Gillian Murphy Building Bridges or Building Walls? Explaining Regionalization Among Transnational Social Movement Organizations [Abstract] Jackie Smith How Participatory Democracy Became White: Culture and Organizational Choice [Abstract] Francesca Polletta Reinvigorating the Study of Organizational Processes in Social Movements [Abstract] Debra C. and Paul Statham Appeal. Threat. Minkoff and John D. Ruud Koopmans. Florence Passy. No. 1: February 2005 Tenth Anniversary Issue The Missing Link Between Structure and Agency: Outline of an Evolutionary Approach to Social Movements [Abstract] Ruud Koopmans Whatever Happened to the Women’s Movement? [Abstract] Suzanne Staggenborg and Verta Taylor The Dualities of Transnational Contention: ―Two Activist Solitudes‖ or a New World Altogether? [Abstract] Sidney Tarrow Making the Polis: Social Forums and Democracy in the Global Justice Movement [Abstract] Donatella della Porta Transnational Protest and the Public Sphere [Abstract] Michelle Beyeler and Hanspeter Kriesi Start Small. and Karen Jeffreys Character Building: the Dynamics of Emerging Social Movement Groups [Abstract] Kathleen M. McCarthy Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner . No.
Stern Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner . 1990-2003 [Abstract] Katrin Uba Where Do We Stand With Newspaper Data? [Abstract] David G.Volume 10. Myers. Ortiz. 19601986 [Abstract] Sarah A. Dirk Oegema. and Maria-Elena D. Soule and Jennifer Earl Media Coverage and Organizational Support in the Dutch Environmental Movement [Abstract] Rens Vliegenthart. N. Eugene Walls. Daniel J. No. 3: October 2005 Coalitions and Political Context: U. Diaz Unpacking Adaptation: The Female Inheritance Movement in Hong Kong [Abstract] Rachel E. and Bert Klandermans Political Protest and Policy Change: The Direct Impacts of Indian Anti-Privatization Mobilizations.S. Meyer and Catherine Corrigall-Brown A Movement Society Evaluated: Collective Protest in the United States. Movements Against Wars in Iraq [Abstract] David S.
and the Theory of Transformative Events [Abstract] David Hess and Brian Martin Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner Volume 11. 2: June 2006 Seeing Blue: A Police-Centered Explanation of Protest Policing [Abstract] Jennifer Earl and Sarah A. Backfire. and Sweden [Abstract] Fredrik Uggla Constructing Political Opportunity: 1987—The Palestinian Year of Discontent [Abstract] Eitan Y. Alimi Master Frames and Political Opportunities in Northern Ireland's Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s [Abstract] Lorenzo Bosi Islamic "New Social Movements"? Radical Islam. No. No. Germany. 3: October 2006 Claiming Credit: Stories of Movement Influence as Outcomes [Abstract] David S. Meyer A Two-Stage Model for a Two-Stage Process: How Biographical Availability Matters for Social Movement Mobilization [Abstract] Kraig Beyerlein and John R. Soule Who Dominates the Social Control of Protest? Variability In the State-Countermovement Relationship [Abstract] Jenny Irons Criminal Prosecution and the Legal Control of Protest [Abstract] Steven E. 1: February 2006 When Do Leaders Matter? Hypotheses on Leadership Dynamics in Social Movements [Abstract] Sharon Erickson Nepstad and Clifford Bob Explaining Social Movement Outcomes: Multiorganizational Fields and Hate Crime Reporting [Abstract] Rory McVeigh. Hipp Who Joined the Sit-Ins and Why: Southern Black Students in the Early 1960s [Abstract] Michael Biggs . Al-Qaida. McCarthy and Clark McPhail Repression.Volume 11. Carl Neblett. Barkan ―Let’s Get Small‖: The Dynamics of (Small) Contention In Repressive States [Abstract] Hank Johnston Stigmatization and Repression of Extreme-Right Activism in the Netherlands [Abstract] Annette Linden and Bert Klandermans Places of Protest: The Public Forum In Principle and Practice [Abstract] John D. No. and Social Movement Theory [Abstract] Philip W. Sutton and Stephen Vertigans Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner Volume 11. and Sarah Shafiq Between Globalism and Pragmatism: Attac in France.
Gender. No.Elaborating Consensus: Strategic Orientations and Rationales in Wartime Intergroup Relations [Abstract] Dennis J. and Collective Identity in Revolutionary Nicaragua [Abstract] Lorraine Bayard de Volo Mobilization Forum: Awkward Movements [Abstract] Francesca Pollett Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner . the United States. Downey Social Movements and Citizenship: Conscientious Objection in France. and Israel [Abstract] Dan Lainer-Vos Protest Avoidance: Labor Mobilization and Social Policy Reform in France [Abstract] Daniel B�land and Patrik Marier Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner Volume 11. 4: December 2006 Notorious Support: The America First Committee and The Personalization of Policy [Abstract] Gary Alan Fine The Broken Promises of Democracy: Protest-Repression Dynamics in Korea 19901991 [Abstract] Taehyun Nam Explaining The Outcomes of Antisuperstore Movements: A Comparative Analysis of Six Communities [Abstract] Stephen Halebsky The Dynamics of Emotion and Activism: Grief.
and Middle Eastern Extremist Groups [Abstract] Edna Reid and Hsinchen Chen "The Struggle Made Me a Nonracialist": Why There was so Little Terrorism in the Antiapartheid Struggle [Abstract] Jeff Goodwin Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner Volume 12. Measuring Social Movement Organization Populations: A Comprehensive Census of U. 2: June 2007 Introduction: Researching Terrorism Albert J. Military Infrastructure and Dissident Repression [Abstract] David G. Snow and Scott C. Liesel Hall Turner. et al. Framing Processes. 3: September 2007 Confronting Oppression with Violence: Inequality. Elizabeth M. Bergesen Ideology. 1977-1995 [Abstract] Marco Giugni Attraction Without Networks: Recruiting Strangers to Unregistered Protestantism in China [Abstract] Carsten T. et al. Byrd A Story of Two Transnationalisms: Global Salafi Jihad and Transnational Human Rights Mobilization in the Middle East and North Africa [Abstract] Dawn Wiest On the Radical Cusp: Ecoterrorism in the United States. Beck Internet-Savvy U. Legerski.S.Volume 12. 1: February 2007 Europeanization From Below? Social Movements and Europe [Abstract] Donatella della Porta and Manuela Caiani Benefits and Burdens of Transnational Campaigns: A Comparison Of Four Oil Struggles In Ecuador [Abstract] Patricia Widener Contentious Cartoons: Elite and Media-Driven Mobilization [Abstract] Thomas Olesen Useless Protest? A Time-Series Analysis of the Policy Outcomes of Ecology.S. and Peace Movements in the United States. No. Bergesen Three-Step Model of Terrorist Violence [Abstract] Albert J. No. Antinuclear. Environmental Movement Organizations [Abstract] Robert Brulle. and Islamic Terrorist Movements [Abstract] David A. 1998-2005 [Abstract] Colin J. . No. Brayden G King. Jason Carmichael. Vala and Kevin J. O'Brien Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner Volume 12. Ortiz Signals or Mixed Signals: Why Opportunities for Mobilization are not Opportunities for Policy Reform [Abstract] Marie Cornwall.
4: December 2007 Police and Protester Innovation Since Seattle John Noakes and Patrick F. Levitsky "I'm Not Too Sure what I Told you the Last Time": Methological Notes on Accounts from High-Risk Activists in the Irish Republican Movement [Abstract] Robert W. Vitale The Impact of the Local: Police Public-Order Strategies During the G8 Justice and Home Affairs Ministerial Meetings [Abstract] David Waddington and Mike King Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner . White The Continuity of Transnational Solidarities in the World March of Women.Niche Activism: Constructing a Unified Movement Identity in a Heterogeneous Organizational Field [Abstract] Sandra R. Gillham and John A. Identity. No. Wood Forestalling Violence: Police Knowledge of Interaction with Political Activists [Abstract] Mattias Wahlström The Command and Control and Miami Models at the 2004 Republican National Convention: New Forms of Policing Protests [Abstract] Alex S. 2000 and 2005: A Collective Identity-Building Approach [Abstract] Pascale Dufour and Isabelle Giraud Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner Volume 12. Noakes Spillover or Spillout? The Global Justice Movement in the United States After 9/11 [Abstract] Jennifer Hadden and Sidney Tarrow Breaking the Wave: Repression. and Seattle Tactics [Abstract] Lesley J. Gillham "More Than A March in a Circle": Transgressive Protests and the Limits of Negotiated Management [Abstract] Patrick F.
McCarthy. Validity and Media-Derived Protest Event Data: Examining Relative Coverage Tendencies in Mexican News Media [Abstract] Kelley D. Larissa Titarenko. 1: February 2008 Repression and Crime Control: Why Social Movement Scholars Should Pay Attention to Mass Incarceration as a Form of Repression [Abstract] Pamela E. Strategy and Conflict in a Social Movement Organization: The Sierra Club Immigration Wars [Abstract] Leslie King Situating Movements Historically: May 1968. Alain Touraine. 3: September 2008 Marco Giugni. Guest Editor Special Issue: The Contentious Politics of European Unemployment The Contentious Politics of Unemployment in Europe: An Introduction Marco Giugni . Lindekilde Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner Volume 13. No. No. 2: June 2008 Assessing Stability in the Patterns of Selection Bias in Newspaper Coverage of Protest During the Transition from Communism in Belarus [Abstract] John D. Oliver Borrowing from the Women's Movement "for Reasons of Public Security": A Study of Social Movement Outcomes and Judicial Activism in the European Union [Abstract] Elizabeth Holzer Ideology.Volume 13. and New Social Movement Theory [Abstract] Sarah Waters The Spatial Dynamics of the May 1968 French Demonstrations [Abstract] Lilian Mathieu Forming Coalitions: A Network-Theoretic Approach to the Contemporary South Korean Environmental Movement [Abstract] Hyung Sam Park Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner Volume 13. Strawn The Sequencing of Success: Organizing Templates and Neoliberal Policy Outcomes [Abstract] Paul Almeida The Individual and Contextual Determinants of Protest Among Latinos [Abstract] Lisa M. Clark McPhail. et al. Martinez A Theory of Practice for Social Movements: Environmentalism and Ecological Habitus [Abstract] Randolph Haluza-DeLay In the Name of the Prophet? Danish Muslim Mobilization During the Muhammad Caricatures Controversy [Abstract] Lasse E. No.
Germany. and the Mobilization of the Unemployed: A CrossNational Analysis [Abstract] Marco Giugni When the Unemployed Challenge the European Union: The European Marches as a Mode of Externalization of Protest [Abstract] Didier Chabanet Transcending Marginalization: The Mobilization of the Unemployed in France. Britta Baumgarten. Germany. Koda. No. Social Forum in Context [Abstract] Jackie Smith. Political Opportunities. and the Social Forum Research Collective Deliberative Discussion.Networks and Political Contention over Unemployment: A Comparison of Britain. Class and Horizontality at the United States Social Forum [Abstract] Jeffrey Juris "We Are the Ones We Have Been Waiting For": The U. Matheu Kaneshiro. Ashkey N.S. and Efficiency in the World Social Forum Process [Abstract] Nicole Doerr Core-Periphery Divisions Among Labor Activists at the World Social Forum [Abstract] Roy Kwon. and Italy in Comparative Perspective [Abstract] Simone Baglioni. 4: December 2008 Jackie Smith and Ellen Reese. Roy Kwon. Kadambari Anantram. Didier Chabanet. Gary Coyne. and Preeta Saxena Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner . Christopher Chase-Dunn. Jeffrey Juris. Ellen Reese. and Christian Lahusen Book Review Section Edited by Rachel Einwohner Volume 13. and Switzerland [Abstract] Manlio Cinalli and Katharina Füglister Protest on Unemployment: Forms and Opportunities [Abstract] Donatella della Porta Welfare States. Guest Editors Special Focus Issue: The World Social Forum Process Editors' Introduction Jackie Smith and Ellen Reese Spaces of Intentionality: Race. and Kadambari Anantram Research Note: Surveys of World Social Forum Participants Show Influence of Place and Base in the Global Public Sphere [Abstract] Ellen Reese. Language.
19601990 [Abstract] Sarah A. 1965-1975 [Abstract] . No.S. Alimi Density Matters: The Union Density Bias and its Implications for Labor Movement Revitalization [Abstract] Richard Sullivan Book Review Section Edited by Jo Reger Volume 14. Fitzgerald External Pressure and Local Mobilization: Transnational Activism and the Emergence of the Chinese Labor Movement [Abstract] Eli Friedman Mobilizing Under the Gun: Theorizing Political Opportunity Structure in a Highly Repressive Setting [Abstract] Eitan Y. No. Women's Jury Rights Frames [Abstract] Holly McCammon The Importance of Being "We": Collective Identity and the Mobilizing Work of Progressive Activists in Hartford. Connecticut [Abstract] Stephen Valocchi Sliding Doors of Opportunity: Zapatistas and Their Cycle of Protest [Abstract] María Inclán Organization and Place in the Anti-U. 2: June 2009 The Other Ride of Paul Revere: The Brokerage Role in the Making of the American Revolution [Abstract] Shin-Kap Han Social Movement Campaigns: Mobilization and Outcomes in the Montreal Women's Movement Community [Abstract] Suzanne Staggenborg and Josée Lecomte Cooperative Collective Action: Framing Faith-Based Community Development [Abstract] Scott T. or Even Hand? Protest Policing in the United States. Iron Fist. Chinese Student Protests after the 1999 Belgrade Embassy Bombing [Abstract] Dingxin Zhao Book Review Section Edited by Jo Reger Volume 14. No. 3: September 2009 Do-It-Yourself Mobilization: Punk and Social Movements [Abstract] Ryan Moore and Michael Roberts Sector-Level Dynamics and Collective Action in the United States.Volume 14. 1: March 2009 Velvet Glove.S. Soule and Christian Davenport Violent Fan Fluctuations: A Diffusion Perspective to Explain Supporters' Violence [Abstract] Robert Braun and Rens Vliegenthart Beyond Frame Resonance: The Argumentative Structure and Persuasive Capacity of Twentieth-Century U.
No. and Germany [Abstract] Lori Poloni-Staudinger Book Review Section Edited by Jo Reger Volume 14. and the Rise of Protests Against Aircraft Noise [Abstract] Christian Broer and Jan Willem Duyvendak The Politics of Borders and the Borders of Politics: Sovereignty and Autonomy Around Israel's Human Rights Abuses in the Separation Barrier Project [Abstract] Uri Ben-Eliezer and Yuval Feinstein Why Cooperate? Cooperation Among Environmental Groups in the United Kingdom. Feeling Rules. Larson and Sarah A.Jeff A. France. Soule Social Movements and Industry Development: The Environmental Movement's Impact on the Wind Energy Industry [Abstract] Ion Bogdan Vasi Discursive Opportunities. 4: December 2009 Introduction: The Outcomes of Social Movements [Abstract] Lorenzo Bosi and Katrin Uba The Power of Incremental Outcomes: How Small Victories and Defeats Affect Social Movement Organizations [Abstract] Devashree Gupta The Contextual Dependence of Movement Outcomes: A Simplified MetaAnalysis [Abstract] Katrin Uba Cultural Context and Social Movement Outcomes: Conscientious Objection and Draft Resistance Movement Organizations in Israel [Abstract] Yulia Zemlinskaya The Policy Impact of Social Movements: A Replication Through Qualitative Comparative Analysis [Abstract] Marco Giugni and Sakura Yamasaki A Boolean Analysis of Movement Impact on Nuclear Energy Policy [Abstract] Sakura Yamasaki Book Review Section Edited by Jo Reger .
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