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The Consequences of social movements / edited by Lorenzo Bosi, Marco Giugni, and Katrin Uba.

Contributor(s): Bosi, Lorenzo | Giugni, Marco | Uba, Katrin.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HM881 .C66 2016Publication: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2016Description: xi, 410 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781107539211 (paperback) ; 1107539218 (paperback); 9781107116801 (hardback); 1107116805 (hardback) .Subject(s): Social movements | Social movements -- Political aspects | Social movements -- Economic aspects
Contents:
Introduction: 1. The consequences of social movements: taking stock and looking forward Lorenzo Bosi, Marco Giugni and Katrin Uba; Part I. People: 2. All is not lost: the 1984-85 British miners' strike and mobilization after defeat Karen Beckwith; 3. Personal effects from far-right activism? Kathleen M. Blee; 4. The biographical impact of participation in social movement activities: beyond highly committed new left activism Marco Giugni and Maria Grasso; 5. Examining the intergenerational outcomes of social movements: the case of feminist activists and their children Camille Masclet; 6. Aggregate level biographical outcomes for gay and lesbian movements Nancy Whittier; Part II. Policies: 7. Protest against school closures in Sweden: accepted by politicians? Katrin Uba; 8. Feminist mobilization and the politics of rights Joseph E. Luders; 9. Reputation, risk, and anti-corporate activism: how social movements influence corporate outcomes Brayden G. King; 10. Tactical competition and movement outcomes on markets: the rise of ethical fashion Philip Balsiger; Part III. Institutions: 11. The impact of social movements on political parties Daniela R. Piccio; 12. Watershed events and changes in public order management systems: organizational adaptation as a social movement outcome Mattias Wahlström; 13. The institutionalisation processes of a neo-Nazi movement party: securing social movement outcomes Abby Peterson; 14. Incorporation and democratization: the long-term process of institutionalization of the Northern Ireland civil rights movement Lorenzo Bosi; Conclusion: 15. Protest online: theorizing the consequences of online engagement Jennifer Earl.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: 1. The consequences of social movements: taking stock and looking forward Lorenzo Bosi, Marco Giugni and Katrin Uba; Part I. People: 2. All is not lost: the 1984-85 British miners' strike and mobilization after defeat Karen Beckwith; 3. Personal effects from far-right activism? Kathleen M. Blee; 4. The biographical impact of participation in social movement activities: beyond highly committed new left activism Marco Giugni and Maria Grasso; 5. Examining the intergenerational outcomes of social movements: the case of feminist activists and their children Camille Masclet; 6. Aggregate level biographical outcomes for gay and lesbian movements Nancy Whittier; Part II. Policies: 7. Protest against school closures in Sweden: accepted by politicians? Katrin Uba; 8. Feminist mobilization and the politics of rights Joseph E. Luders; 9. Reputation, risk, and anti-corporate activism: how social movements influence corporate outcomes Brayden G. King; 10. Tactical competition and movement outcomes on markets: the rise of ethical fashion Philip Balsiger; Part III. Institutions: 11. The impact of social movements on political parties Daniela R. Piccio; 12. Watershed events and changes in public order management systems: organizational adaptation as a social movement outcome Mattias Wahlström; 13. The institutionalisation processes of a neo-Nazi movement party: securing social movement outcomes Abby Peterson; 14. Incorporation and democratization: the long-term process of institutionalization of the Northern Ireland civil rights movement Lorenzo Bosi; Conclusion: 15. Protest online: theorizing the consequences of online engagement Jennifer Earl.

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