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Culture, social movements, and protest / edited by Hank Johnston
Farnham, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2009
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 3rd Floor  HM881 .C86 2009    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Social movements -- Cross-cultural studies
Culture
Physical Description x, 317 p. ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [277]-310) and index
Contents Protest cultures: performance, artifacts, and ideations / Hank Johnston -- Storytelling in social movements / Francesca Polletta -- Claiming credit: narratives of social movement influence as outcomes / David S. Meyer -- Notorious support: the America First Committee and the personalization of policy / Gary Allen Fine -- Speech act theory and protest discourse: normative claims in the communicative repertoire of three Russian movements / Sveta Klimova -- Frames, framing, and keying: biographical perspectives on social movement participation / Ingrid Miethe -- Figurative speech and cognition: a metaphoric analysis of a shipyard union dispute / Gabriel Ignatow -- Making the new polis: the practice of deliberative democracy in social forums / Donatella della Porta -- Movement strategizing as developmental learning: perspectives from cultural-historical activity theory / John Krinsky and Colin Barker -- Strategic Islam and the transformational grammar of Chechen nationalism / Hank Johnston -- Scenes and social movements / Darcy K. Leach and Sebastian Haunss
Alternate Author Johnston, Hank, 1947-

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