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Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change Vol: 20

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08 Mar 1997
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
288 pages - 150 x 230 x 23mm
Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change


This is the 20th volume in a series of research articles in social movements, conflicts and change. The papers are broad in scope and methodologically diverse.
Who makes revolutions? Class, gender, and race in the Mexican, Cuban, and Nicaraguan revolutions, John Foran, Linda Klouzal, and Jean-Pierre Rivera; employee involvement in America - the 1930s and the 1980s, Robert Drago; operation rescue, vocabularies of motive and tactical action - a study of movement framing in the practice of quasi-nonviolence, Victoria Johnson; defining forms of successful state repression of social movement organizations - a case study of the FBI's COINTELPRO and the American Indian movement, Michael Carley; legitimacy and the decline of the 1920s Ku Klux Klan, Michael M. Jessup; can identify theory better explain the rescue of Jews in Nazi Europe than rational actor theory?, Karl-Dieter Opp.

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