MAKING SENSE OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS (Paperback)Nick Crossley (author)
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This new approach transcends the barriers which still often divide European and North American perspectives of social movements, and also those which divide recent approaches from the older 'collective behaviour' approach. The result is a theoretical framework which is uniquely equipped for the demands of modern social movement analysis.
The clear and concise style of the text, as well as its neat summaries of key concepts and approaches, will make this book invaluable for undergraduate courses. It will also be an essential reference for researchers.
Publisher: Open University Press
Number of pages: 224
Dimensions: 230 x 152 x 14 mm
...a well written book that makes a persuasive case for revisiting the work of classical social movement theorists, and a stimulating reflection on the applicability of Bourdieu theory of practice within social movement research.
...an important and thought-provoking contribution to the to the social movements literature' - Robert Gibb
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