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The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements [electronic resource]

edited by David A. Snow ... [et al.]
Format
EBook; Book; Online
Published
Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, c2014.
Language
English
Variant Title
Encyclopedia of social and political movements
At head of title: Wiley Online Library
Series
Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedias in Social Science
ISBN
9781405197731 (hardback : alk. paper), 1405197730 (hardback : alk. paper), 9780470674871 (electronic bk.), 0470674873 (electronic bk.)
Contents
  • Abeyance
  • Abolitionist Movement
  • Aboriginal Peoples' Movements (Australia)
  • ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power)
  • Activism
  • Advocacy Networks
  • Age and Social Movements
  • Agents Provocateurs
  • Agrarian Movements (United States)
  • AIDS Activism
  • Ainu Indigenous Rights Movement (Japan)
  • Al-Qaeda
  • Alienation and Social Movements
  • Alinsky, Saul (1909-1972)
  • Altruism and Social Movements
  • American Revolution
  • Amnesty International
  • Anarchism
  • Animal Rights Movement
  • Anti-Japanese Colonization Resistance (Taiwan)
  • Anti-World Bank and IMF Riots
  • Antiapartheid Movement (South Africa)
  • Anticolonial Movements
  • Anticrime Movements in Latin America
  • Antifeminist Movements (United States)
  • Antiglobalization Movements
  • Antinuclear Movement in Japan
  • Antinuclear Power Movements (In General)
  • Antiracist Movements in Europe
  • Antislavery Movement
  • Antiwar and Peace Movements
  • -- Antiwitchcraft Movements in Africa
  • ANUC (Colombian Peasant Movement)
  • Apocalyptic and Millenarian Movements
  • April Revolution (Korea)
  • Arab Spring
  • Artistic Currents and Milieus and Social Movements
  • Asylum Rights Protest Campaigns
  • Asylum, Refugee, and Immigration Movements in Australia
  • Attac
  • Barricades
  • Biographical Availability
  • Biographical Consequences of Activism
  • Bisexual Movement
  • Black Power Movement (United States)
  • Bloc Recruitment
  • Bolivarian Revolution (Venezuela)
  • Boycotts
  • Brokerage
  • Buraku Liberation Movement (Japan)
  • Bureaucratization and Social Movements
  • Bystander Publics
  • -- Case Studies and Social Movements
  • Catnets
  • Cause Lawyering
  • Central America Solidarity Movement
  • Charisma
  • Chávez, César Estrada (1937-1992)
  • Chinese Communist Revolution
  • Christian Identity Movement
  • Citizen Peacebuilding Movements
  • Civil Disobedience
  • -- You have free access to this content
  • Civil Rights Movement (United States)
  • Civil Society
  • Claims-Making
  • Class Consciousness: The Marxist Conception
  • Co-Operative Movement
  • Co-Optation
  • Coalitions
  • Cognitive Liberation
  • Collective (Public) Goods
  • Collective Action (Collective Behavior)
  • Collective Efficacy
  • Collective Identity
  • Collective Memory and Social Movements
  • Commitment
  • Communication Rights
  • -- Community Organizing (United States)
  • Comparative Research
  • Competition Theory of Ethnic/Racial Conflict and Protest
  • Confessional Protest
  • Consciousness, Conscience, and Social Movements
  • Consensual Decision-Making
  • Consensus and Action Mobilization
  • Consumer Movements
  • Contagion Theory
  • Contemporary Social and Political Movements in Russia
  • Contentious Politics
  • Contentious Politics in Current China
  • Convergence/Dispositional Theory
  • Conversion and New Religious Movements
  • -- Countercultures
  • Critical Mass Theory
  • Crowds (Gatherings) and Collective Behavior (Action)
  • Cuban Revolution
  • Cults
  • Cultural Revolution (China)
  • Culture and Social Movements
  • Culture Jamming
  • Decolonization and Social Movements
  • Defending Diaoyutai Islands Movement and Pan-Chinese Nationalism (Taiwan)
  • Demand and Supply of Protest
  • Demobilization
  • Democracy and Social Movements
  • Democracy Inside Social Movements
  • Democratization and Democratic Transition
  • Demography and Social Movements and Revolutions
  • Demonstrations
  • Diffusion and Scale Shift
  • Direct Action
  • Direct Democracy
  • Disability Rights Movement (United States)
  • Discourse Analysis and Social Movements
  • Discursive Fields
  • Discursive Opportunity Structure
  • Disengagement in Social Movements
  • Dramaturgy and Social Movements
  • Dual Identity
  • -- Earth's Color March (Mexico)
  • Eastern European Social Movements
  • -- Ecological Conditions/Determinants
  • Elections and Social Movements
  • Electronic Protest
  • Emergent Norm Theory
  • Emotion and Social Movements
  • Emotion Work
  • Employers' Collective Action
  • Entrepreneurs, Movement
  • Environmental Movements
  • Equal Rights Amendment (United States)
  • ETA: Basque Nationalist and Separatist Organization
  • Ethnic Movements
  • Ethnography and Social Movements
  • Europeanization and Social Movements
  • Event History Analysis
  • Everyday Activism
  • Experimental Methods
  • Extremism
  • Factions/Factionalism
  • Falun Gong (China)
  • Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (El Salvador)
  • FARC (The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia)
  • Fascist Movements
  • Feminism and Social Movements
  • Fields of Contention
  • First Nation Sovereignty Movements (Canada)
  • Formal Models and Computer Simulations
  • Frame Disputes
  • Framing and Social Movements
  • Free Rider Problem
  • Free Spaces
  • -- Free Speech Movement
  • Freedom Summer (United States)
  • French Revolution
  • Friedan, Betty (1921-2006)
  • Friends of the Earth
  • Frustration-Aggression
  • -- Gandhi, Mahatma (1869-1948)
  • Gay and Lesbian Movement
  • Gender and Social Movements
  • Generational and Cohort Analysis
  • Genocide and Social Movements
  • Geography and Social Movements
  • Global Justice Movement
  • Global Justice Movement in Europe
  • Globalization and Movements
  • Grassroots Movements
  • Gray Zone of Politics and Social Movements
  • Green Movement in Iran
  • Greenpeace
  • Grievances, Individual and Mobilizing
  • Guerrilla Movements
  • Guevara, Ernesto "Che" (1928-1967)
  • -- Hackers
  • Hamas (Palestine)
  • Health Movements (United States)
  • High and Low Risk/Cost Activism
  • Historical Research and Social Movements
  • Hizb Ut-Tahrir
  • Homeless Protest Movements (United States)
  • Hooliganism
  • -- Human Rights Movements
  • Hunger Strikes
  • "Iron Law of Oligarchy"
  • Islamic Movements
  • Islamic Women's Movements
  • Israeli Social Movements
  • Identity Fields
  • Identity Politics
  • Identity Work Processes
  • Ideology
  • Immigration, Protest, and Social Movements
  • Indian Independence Movement
  • Indigenous Movements in Latin America
  • Industrial Workers of the World (IWW)
  • Indymedia (The Independent Media Center)
  • Initiator and Spin-Off Movements
  • Injustice Frames
  • Institutional Theory and Social Movements
  • Institutionalization of Social Movements
  • Instrumental Versus Expressive Action
  • Interest Groups and Social Movements
  • Internet and Social Movements
  • Interviewing Activists
  • Iranian Islamic Revolution of 1979
  • Irish Republican Movement
  • Japanese "New" Religious Movements (1930-present)
  • Journalism and Social Movements
  • King, Martin Luther, Jr (1928-1968)
  • Korean Residents Movement in Japan
  • -- Kwang-Ju Uprising (Korea)
  • Labor Movement
  • Labor Movement in Latin America
  • Labor Protest in the European Union
  • Land Movements in Africa
  • Landless Workers Movement (MST) Brazil
  • Law and Social Movements
  • Leadership
  • Lenin (V.I. Ylianov) (1870-1924)
  • Liberation Theology/Base Communities (South America)
  • Life History Research and Social Movements
  • Lukang Anti-DuPont Movement (Taiwan)
  • Mandate of Heaven (China)
  • Mandela, Nelson (1918-)
  • Mao Zedong (1893-1976)
  • March First Movement of 1919 (Korea)
  • Marches
  • Marxism and Social Movements
  • Mass Society Theory
  • Master Frame
  • Mau Mau Revolt (Africa)
  • May Fourth Movement (China)
  • Mechanisms
  • Media Activism
  • Media and Social Movements
  • Media Framing and Social Movements
  • Meetings
  • Mexican Revolution
  • Micro-Meso Mobilization
  • Modernity of Nationalism
  • Modular Protest Forms
  • -- Molly Maguires (United States)
  • Moral Economy Theory and Peasant Movements in Latin America
  • Moral Incentives
  • Moral Panics
  • Moral Shocks/Outrage
  • Motivation and Types of Motives (Instrumental; Identity, Ideological Motives)
  • Movement Society
  • Movement Toward Socialism (MAS-IPSP) (Bolivia)
  • Movement/Countermovement Dynamics
  • Movements within Institutions/Organizations
  • Movies and Movements
  • Multiculturalism and Social Movements
  • Multiorganizational Fields
  • Music and Social Movements
  • Muslim Activism in Europe
  • Narratives
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) (United States)
  • National Liberation Sandinist Front (Nicaragua)
  • National Organization for Women (NOW) (United States)
  • Nationalist Movements
  • Native American Movements (United States)
  • Nazi Movement (Germany)
  • -- Neo-Nazi Movements in Europe and the United States
  • Networks and Social Movements
  • New Left and Social Movements
  • New Left and Social Movements in Europe
  • New Social Movements and New Social Movement Theory
  • NIMBY Movements
  • Nongovernmental Organizations
  • Nonviolence/Nonviolent Action
  • Northern Ireland Civil Rights Movement
  • Nuclear Freeze Movement
  • Occupy Wall Street Movement
  • "Orange" and "Colored" Revolutions in Former Soviet Union
  • Organizations and Movements
  • Organizations, Community-Based
  • Organizations, Congregation-Based
  • Otpor
  • Outcomes, Cultural
  • Outcomes, Political
  • Pacifism
  • Paris Commune
  • Participation in Social Movements
  • Participatory Budgeting
  • Participatory Democracy in Social Movements
  • Patriot/Militia Movement in the United States
  • Peasant Movements
  • Peasant Rebellions of Imperial China
  • Penal Abolitionist Movement
  • Peronism
  • Petitions
  • -- Piqueteros (Workers/Unemployment Movement in Argentina)
  • Plowshares Movement
  • Police Autonomy
  • Police Riots
  • Policing Protest
  • Political Alignments and Cleavages
  • Political Economy and Social Movements
  • Political Generation
  • Political Mediation Model
  • Political Opportunity/Political Opportunity Structure
  • Political Process Theory
  • Political Science and the Study of Social Movements
  • Political Socialization and Social Movements
  • Politicized Identity
  • Politics of Grief and Grieving "Mothers" Movements
  • Poor People's Movements
  • Popular Assembly of the Towns of Oaxaca (Mexico)
  • Population Ecology and Social Movements
  • Populism/Populist Movements
  • Postcommunism and Social Movements
  • Postmaterialism and Social Movements
  • Precipitating Events and Flashpoints
  • Prefigurative Politics
  • Pro-Democracy of 1987 (Korea)
  • Pro-Life/Pro-Choice Movements
  • Protest Cycles and Waves
  • Protest Event Research
  • -- Public Opinion and Movements
  • Public Order Management Systems
  • Public Sphere
  • QCA and Fuzzy Set Applications to Social Movement Research
  • Quebec Nationalist Movement (Canada)
  • Quotidian Disruption
  • Racist Social Movements
  • Radical Flank Effects
  • Radicalism
  • Rational Choice Theory and Social Movements
  • Recruitment
  • Recyclable Materials Collectors Movement in Brazil and South America
  • Red Army Faction/Baader-Meinhof Group (Germany)
  • Red Brigades (Italy)
  • Red Shirt Anticorruption Movement (Taiwan)
  • Regionalist Movements
  • Relative Deprivation
  • Religion and social movements
  • Repertoires of Contention
  • Repression and Social Movements
  • Republican Revolution of 1911 (China)
  • Resistance
  • Resonance, Frame
  • Resource Mobilization Theory
  • Revolutions
  • Right-Wing Movements
  • Rights and Rights Movements
  • Riots
  • Rumor in Collective Behavior and Social Movements
  • Russian Revolution
  • -- San Salvador Atenco Farmers' Movement (Mexico)
  • Satyagraha
  • Science and Social Movements
  • Selective Incentives
  • Self-Help Movements
  • Sendero Luminoso/Shining Path (Peru)
  • Separatist Movements
  • Situational Analysis and Social Movements
  • Slave Rebellions
  • Slow Food Movement
  • Social and Solidary Incentives
  • Social Capital and Social Movements
  • Social Change and Social Movements
  • Social Class and Social Movements
  • Social Control
  • Social Control Errors
  • Social Forum, World
  • Social Media
  • Social Movement Industry
  • Social Movement Organization (SMO)
  • Social Movement Sector
  • Social Movements
  • Social Movements and the State in Singapore
  • Social Movements in India
  • Social Problems and Social Movements
  • Social Psychology of Movement Participation
  • Solidarity (Poland)
  • Solidarity and Movements
  • South Korean Transnational Fatherhood Movement
  • -- Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) (United States)
  • Spillover, Social Movement
  • Squatters' Movements
  • State Breakdown and Social Movements
  • State Building and Social Movements
  • State-Sponsored Social Movements
  • Stonewall Riots (United States)
  • Strain and Breakdown Theories
  • Strategies of the Chinese Communist Revolution
  • Strategy
  • Strikes in US History
  • Strikes within the European Context
  • Student Movements
  • Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) (United States)
  • Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) (United States)
  • Subcultures and Social Movements
  • Suffrage Movement, International
  • Survey Research
  • Symbolic Crusades
  • Syndicalism
  • System Exiting and Social Movements
  • Tactical Interaction and Innovation
  • Tactics
  • Taiping Rebellion (China)
  • Taiwan Independent Movement
  • Targets
  • Tea Party Movement (United States)
  • -- Technology and Social Movements
  • Temperance Movements
  • Terrorist Movements
  • Threat
  • Tiananmen Student Movement (China)
  • Transgender Movement
  • Transnational Social Movements
  • Transnational Zapatism
  • Unemployment Movements
  • Urban Movements
  • Urban Riots in Europe, Post-2000
  • Velvet Revolution of 1989
  • Victim Movements
  • Violence Against Oneself
  • Violence and Social Movements
  • Visual Analysis of Social Movements
  • Voluntary Associations and Social Movements
  • War and Social Movements
  • War Crime Movements in Japan
  • Weatherman (United States)
  • Women's Movement in Australia
  • Women's Movement in Japan
  • Women's Movement in Spain
  • Women's Movements
  • Women's Movements in Africa
  • Women's Movements in Europe
  • Women's Movements in India
  • World-System and Social Movements
  • Zapatista Movement (Mexico)
  • Zionist Movement.
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    t| Countercultures -- t| Critical Mass Theory -- t| Crowds (Gatherings) and Collective Behavior (Action) -- t| Cuban Revolution -- t| Cults -- t| Cultural Revolution (China) -- t| Culture and Social Movements -- t| Culture Jamming -- t| Decolonization and Social Movements -- t| Defending Diaoyutai Islands Movement and Pan-Chinese Nationalism (Taiwan) -- t| Demand and Supply of Protest -- t| Demobilization -- t| Democracy and Social Movements -- t| Democracy Inside Social Movements -- t| Democratization and Democratic Transition -- t| Demography and Social Movements and Revolutions -- t| Demonstrations -- t| Diffusion and Scale Shift -- t| Direct Action -- t| Direct Democracy -- t| Disability Rights Movement (United States) -- t| Discourse Analysis and Social Movements -- t| Discursive Fields -- t| Discursive Opportunity Structure -- t| Disengagement in Social Movements -- t| Dramaturgy and Social Movements -- t| Dual Identity -- t| -- t| Earth's Color March (Mexico) -- t| Eastern European Social Movements --
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    t| Neo-Nazi Movements in Europe and the United States -- t| Networks and Social Movements -- t| New Left and Social Movements -- t| New Left and Social Movements in Europe -- t| New Social Movements and New Social Movement Theory -- t| NIMBY Movements -- t| Nongovernmental Organizations -- t| Nonviolence/Nonviolent Action -- t| Northern Ireland Civil Rights Movement -- t| Nuclear Freeze Movement -- t| Occupy Wall Street Movement -- t| "Orange" and "Colored" Revolutions in Former Soviet Union -- t| Organizations and Movements -- t| Organizations, Community-Based -- t| Organizations, Congregation-Based -- t| Otpor -- t| Outcomes, Cultural -- t| Outcomes, Political -- t| Pacifism -- t| Paris Commune -- t| Participation in Social Movements -- t| Participatory Budgeting -- t| Participatory Democracy in Social Movements -- t| Patriot/Militia Movement in the United States -- t| Peasant Movements -- t| Peasant Rebellions of Imperial China -- t| Penal Abolitionist Movement -- t| Peronism -- t| Petitions --
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    t| Piqueteros (Workers/Unemployment Movement in Argentina) -- t| Plowshares Movement -- t| Police Autonomy -- t| Police Riots -- t| Policing Protest -- t| Political Alignments and Cleavages -- t| Political Economy and Social Movements -- t| Political Generation -- t| Political Mediation Model -- t| Political Opportunity/Political Opportunity Structure -- t| Political Process Theory -- t| Political Science and the Study of Social Movements -- t| Political Socialization and Social Movements -- t| Politicized Identity -- t| Politics of Grief and Grieving "Mothers" Movements -- t| Poor People's Movements -- t| Popular Assembly of the Towns of Oaxaca (Mexico) -- t| Population Ecology and Social Movements -- t| Populism/Populist Movements -- t| Postcommunism and Social Movements -- t| Postmaterialism and Social Movements -- t| Precipitating Events and Flashpoints -- t| Prefigurative Politics -- t| Pro-Democracy of 1987 (Korea) -- t| Pro-Life/Pro-Choice Movements -- t| Protest Cycles and Waves -- t| Protest Event Research --
    505
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    t| Public Opinion and Movements -- t| Public Order Management Systems -- t| Public Sphere -- t| QCA and Fuzzy Set Applications to Social Movement Research -- t| Quebec Nationalist Movement (Canada) -- t| Quotidian Disruption -- t| Racist Social Movements -- t| Radical Flank Effects -- t| Radicalism -- t| Rational Choice Theory and Social Movements -- t| Recruitment -- t| Recyclable Materials Collectors Movement in Brazil and South America -- t| Red Army Faction/Baader-Meinhof Group (Germany) -- t| Red Brigades (Italy) -- t| Red Shirt Anticorruption Movement (Taiwan) -- t| Regionalist Movements -- t| Relative Deprivation -- t| Religion and social movements -- t| Repertoires of Contention -- t| Repression and Social Movements -- t| Republican Revolution of 1911 (China) -- t| Resistance -- t| Resonance, Frame -- t| Resource Mobilization Theory -- t| Revolutions -- t| Right-Wing Movements -- t| Rights and Rights Movements -- t| Riots -- t| Rumor in Collective Behavior and Social Movements -- t| Russian Revolution --
    505
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    t| San Salvador Atenco Farmers' Movement (Mexico) -- t| Satyagraha -- t| Science and Social Movements -- t| Selective Incentives -- t| Self-Help Movements -- t| Sendero Luminoso/Shining Path (Peru) -- t| Separatist Movements -- t| Situational Analysis and Social Movements -- t| Slave Rebellions -- t| Slow Food Movement -- t| Social and Solidary Incentives -- t| Social Capital and Social Movements -- t| Social Change and Social Movements -- t| Social Class and Social Movements -- t| Social Control -- t| Social Control Errors -- t| Social Forum, World -- t| Social Media -- t| Social Movement Industry -- t| Social Movement Organization (SMO) -- t| Social Movement Sector -- t| Social Movements -- t| Social Movements and the State in Singapore -- t| Social Movements in India -- t| Social Problems and Social Movements -- t| Social Psychology of Movement Participation -- t| Solidarity (Poland) -- t| Solidarity and Movements -- t| South Korean Transnational Fatherhood Movement --
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    t| Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) (United States) -- t| Spillover, Social Movement -- t| Squatters' Movements -- t| State Breakdown and Social Movements -- t| State Building and Social Movements -- t| State-Sponsored Social Movements -- t| Stonewall Riots (United States) -- t| Strain and Breakdown Theories -- t| Strategies of the Chinese Communist Revolution -- t| Strategy -- t| Strikes in US History -- t| Strikes within the European Context -- t| Student Movements -- t| Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) (United States) -- t| Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) (United States) -- t| Subcultures and Social Movements -- t| Suffrage Movement, International -- t| Survey Research -- t| Symbolic Crusades -- t| Syndicalism -- t| System Exiting and Social Movements -- t| Tactical Interaction and Innovation -- t| Tactics -- t| Taiping Rebellion (China) -- t| Taiwan Independent Movement -- t| Targets -- t| Tea Party Movement (United States) --
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    t| Technology and Social Movements -- t| Temperance Movements -- t| Terrorist Movements -- t| Threat -- t| Tiananmen Student Movement (China) -- t| Transgender Movement -- t| Transnational Social Movements -- t| Transnational Zapatism -- t| Unemployment Movements -- t| Urban Movements -- t| Urban Riots in Europe, Post-2000 -- t| Velvet Revolution of 1989 -- t| Victim Movements -- t| Violence Against Oneself -- t| Violence and Social Movements -- t| Visual Analysis of Social Movements -- t| Voluntary Associations and Social Movements -- t| War and Social Movements -- t| War Crime Movements in Japan -- t| Weatherman (United States) -- t| Women's Movement in Australia -- t| Women's Movement in Japan -- t| Women's Movement in Spain -- t| Women's Movements -- t| Women's Movements in Africa -- t| Women's Movements in Europe -- t| Women's Movements in India -- t| World-System and Social Movements -- t| Zapatista Movement (Mexico) -- t| Zionist Movement.
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