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Repression and mobilization

Author: Christian Davenport; Hank Johnston; Carol McClurg Mueller
Publisher: Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, ©2005.
Series: Social movements, protest, and contention, v. 21.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Christian Davenport; Hank Johnston; Carol McClurg Mueller
ISBN: 081664425X 9780816644254 0816644268 9780816644261
OCLC Number: 56058085
Description: xli, 258 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction: repression and mobilization : insights from political science and sociology / Christian Davenport --
Protest mobilization, protest repression, and their interaction / Clark McPhail and John D. McCarthy --
Precarious regimes and matchup problems in the explanation of repressive policy / Vince Boudreau --
The dictator's dilemma / Ronald A. Francisco --
When activists ask for trouble : state-dissident interactions and the New Left cycle of resistance in the United States and Japan / Gilda Zwerman and Patricia Steinhoff --
Talking the walk : speech acts and resistance in authoritarian regimes / Hank Johnston --
Soft repression : ridicule, stigma, and silencing in gender-based movements / Myra Marx Ferree --
Repression and the public sphere : discursive opportunities for repression against the extreme right in Germany in the 1990s / Ruud Koopmans --
On the quantification of horror : notes from the field / Patrick Ball --
Repression, mobilization, and explanation / Charles Tilly --
How to organize your mechanisms : research programs, stylized facts, and historical narratives / Mark Lichbach.
Series Title: Social movements, protest, and contention, v. 21.
Responsibility: Christian Davenport, Hank Johnston, and Carol Mueller, editors.
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