Comparative Perspectives on Social Movements (Broché)

Doug McAdam

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  • POLITICAL OPPORTUNITIES
    • Conceptual origins, current problemes, future directions
    • States and opportunities : the political structuring of social movements
    • Social movements and the state: thoughts on the policing of protest
    • Opportunities and framing in the Eastern European revolts of 1989
    • Opportunities and framing in the transition to democracy: the case of Russia
  • MOBILIZING STRUCTURES
    • Constraints and opportunities in adopting, adapting, and inventing
    • The organizational structure of new social movements in a political context
    • The impact of national contexts on social movement structures: a cross-movement and cross-national comparison
    • Organizational form as frame: collective identity and political strategy in the American labor movement, 1880-1920
    • The collapse of a social movement: the interplay of mobilizing structures, framing, and political opportunities in the Knights of Labor
  • FRAMING PROCESSES
    • Culture, ideology, and strategic framing
    • Framing political opportunity
    • Accessing public, media, electoral and governmental agendas
    • Media discourse, movement publicity, and the generation of collective action frames: theoretical and empirical exercises in meaning construction
    • The framing function of movement tactics: strategic dramaturgy in the American civil rights movement

Biographie de Doug McAdam

Doug McAdam is Professor of Sociology at the University of Arizona. His previous books include Political Process and the Development of Black Insurgency, 1930-1970; Freedom Summer; and Collective Behavior and Social Movements (coauthored with Gary Marx). John D. McCarthy is Ordinary Professor of Sociology and a Member of the Life Cycle Research Institute at The Catholic University of America. He has published widely on theoretical issues in social movement analysis and is currently organizing an international group of researchers who will collaborate on a project to study public protest in the United States. Mayer N. Zald is Professor of Sociology, Social Work, and Business Administration at the University of Michigan and the author of Social Movements in an Organizational Society and coeditor of Nations and Organizations: New Perspectives on Conflict and Cooperation.

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