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Global Diffusion of Protest edited by Donatella della Porta. [print]

Contributor(s): Della Porta, Donatella, 1956- [editor] | Project Muse []Material type: TextTextSeries: Protest and social movements ; 11Publication details: Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, [(c)2017. ; Baltimore, Maryland : Project MUSE, 2019. Description: 1 online resource (262 pages) : illustrations, mapsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789048531356; 9048531357Subject(s): Protest movements | NeoliberalismGenre/Form: History. | Cross-cultural studies. LOC classification: HM883HM883.D357.G563 2017Online resources: Click here to access online COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
1. Riding the wave: Protest cascades, and what we can learn from them/ Donatella della Porta 2. The spirit of Gezi: A relational approach to eventful protest and its challenges/ Donatella della Porta and Kivanc Atak 3. Brazil's popular awakening June 2013: Accounting for the onset of a new cycle of contention/ Mariana S. Mendes 4. Making sense of "La Salida": Challenging left-wing control in Venezuela/ Juan Masullo ; 5. The Marikana Massacre and Labor Protest in South Africa/ Francis O'Connor 6. Left in translation: The curious absence of austerity frames in the 2013 Bulgarian protests/ Julia Rone ; 7. "Sow hunger, reap anger": From neoliberal privatization to new collective identities In Bosnia-Herzegovina/ Chiara Milan 8. A spirit of Maidan?: Contentious escalation in Ukraine/ Daniel P. Ritter 9. Riding the wave: Some conclusions/ Donatella della Porta.
Summary: Recent years have seen a new development in the growth and spread of popular protest: protests that began as local, homogeneous events - such as Occupy Wall Street or the protests of the Arab Spring - quickly left their original locations, and local specificity, behind and became global. This book looks at the development of this wave of protests, with a specific eye on protests against austerity and neoliberal economic policies, and offers a global view, covering events in Turkey, Brazil, Venezuela, South Africa, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Ukraine, and other locations.
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1. Riding the wave: Protest cascades, and what we can learn from them/ Donatella della Porta 2. The spirit of Gezi: A relational approach to eventful protest and its challenges/ Donatella della Porta and Kivanc Atak 3. Brazil's popular awakening June 2013: Accounting for the onset of a new cycle of contention/ Mariana S. Mendes 4. Making sense of "La Salida": Challenging left-wing control in Venezuela/ Juan Masullo ; 5. The Marikana Massacre and Labor Protest in South Africa/ Francis O'Connor 6. Left in translation: The curious absence of austerity frames in the 2013 Bulgarian protests/ Julia Rone ; 7. "Sow hunger, reap anger": From neoliberal privatization to new collective identities In Bosnia-Herzegovina/ Chiara Milan 8. A spirit of Maidan?: Contentious escalation in Ukraine/ Daniel P. Ritter 9. Riding the wave: Some conclusions/ Donatella della Porta.

Recent years have seen a new development in the growth and spread of popular protest: protests that began as local, homogeneous events - such as Occupy Wall Street or the protests of the Arab Spring - quickly left their original locations, and local specificity, behind and became global. This book looks at the development of this wave of protests, with a specific eye on protests against austerity and neoliberal economic policies, and offers a global view, covering events in Turkey, Brazil, Venezuela, South Africa, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Ukraine, and other locations.

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