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Waves of Protest

Social Movements Since the Sixties

by Jo Freeman(ed.) ; Victoria Johnson(ed.) ; David G. Bromley(contrib.) ; Diana Gay Cutchin(contrib.) ; Luther P. Gerlach(contrib.) ; John C. Green(contrib.) ; Abigail Halcli(contrib.) ; Eric L. Hirsch(contrib.) ; James M. Jasper(contrib.) ; J Craig Jenkins(contrib.) ; Roberta Ann Johnson(contrib.) ; Doug McAdam(contrib.) ; David S. Meyer(contrib.) ; Frederick D. Miller(contrib.) ; Suzanne Staggenborg(contrib.) ; Emily Stoper(contrib.) ; Verta Taylor(contrib.) ; Nancy E. Whittier(contrib.)
Waves of Protest by Jo Freeman
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This book updates and adds to the classic Social Movements of the Sixties and Seventies, showing how social movement theory has grown and changed_from an earlier emphasis on collective behavior, to the resource mobilization approach, and currently to analyses that emphasize culture, ideology, and collective identity. Top social scientists combine insiders' insights with critical analyses to examine a wide variety of social movements active in the most recent U.S. cycle of protest. Waves of Protest is a must-read for students of social movements, social change, political sociology, and American studies.
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; March 1999
400 pages; ISBN 9781461646877
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Title: Waves of Protest
Author: Jo Freeman; Victoria Johnson; David G. Bromley; Diana Gay Cutchin; Luther P. Gerlach; John C. Green; Abigail Halcli; Eric L. Hirsch; James M. Jasper; J Craig Jenkins; Roberta Ann Johnson; Doug McAdam; David S. Meyer; Frederick D. Miller; Suzanne Staggenborg; Emily Stoper; Verta Taylor; Nancy E. Whittier
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