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Players and arenas : the interactive dynamics of protest

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  • OCLC: ocn919236490
  • ISBN: 9048524237
  • ISBN: 9789048524235
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (325 pages)
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  • Published: Amsterdam :Amsterdam University Press,[2015]
  • Publisher: Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, [2015]

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Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents: ""Cover""; ""Contents""; "" Introduction""; ""Part 1 -- Insiders and supporters""; ""1. Movement Factions""; ""2. Fractal Arenas""; ""3. Beyond Channeling and Professionalization""; ""4. Mind the Gap!""; ""Part 2 -- Market players""; ""5. Corporations as Players and Arenas""; ""6. Professions, Social Movements, and the Sovereign Corporation""; ""7. The Double Game of Unions and the Labor Movement""; ""Part 3 -- Experts, intellectuals, and media""; ""8. Giving Voice""; ""10. Put Me in, Coach? Referee? Owner? Security?""; ""11. When and Why Religious Groups Become Political Players""
""12. What the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street Illuminate about Bystander Publics as Proto-Players"""" Conclusion""; "" Contributors""; "" Index""
Summary: Players and Arenas brings together a diverse group of experts to examine the interactions between political protestors and the many strategic players they encounter, such as cultural institutions, religious organizations, and the mass media--as well as potential allies, competitors, recruits, and funders. Discussing protestors and players as they interact within the arenas of specific social contexts, the essays show that the main constraints on what protestors can accomplish come not from social and political structures, but from other players with different goals and interests. Through a careful treatment of these situations, this volume offers a new way to approach the role of social protest in national and international politics.
Note: English.
Subject: Political participation
Protest movements
Social movements -- Psychological aspects

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