Broadbent, Jeffrey

East Asian Social Movements

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: East Asian Social Movements
Jeffrey Broadbent

2. The Duality of Social Systems and the Environmental Movement in Japan
Harutoshi Funabashi

3. A Comparative Study of Social Movements for a Post-nuclear Energy Era in Japan and the USA
Koichi Hasegawa

4. Collective Recognition and Shared Identity: Factors Behind the Emergence and Mobilization Process in a Referendum Movement1

Yuko Hirabayashi

5. The Long-Term Effects of Political Socialization During Late-1960s Student Protest
Nobuyoshi Kurita

6. Young Koreans Against Ethnic Discrimination in Japan: A Case Study of a Grassroots and Networking-Style Movement (Mintôren)
Yasunori Fukuoka, Yukiko Tsujiyama

7. Democratization and Social Movements in South Korea: A Civil Society Perspective*

Sunhyuk Kim

8. Mesomobilization and the June Uprising: Strategic and Cultural Integration in Pro-democracy Movements in South Korea
Chulhee Chung

9. Mapping South Korean Women’s Movements During and After Democratization: Shifting Identities
Song-Woo Hur

10. The Korean Environmental Movement: Green Politics Through Social Movement
Dowan Ku

11. Social Movements in Taiwan: A Typological Analysis
Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao

12. “Rosy Periwinkle”: The Politics of the Licensed Prostitutes Movement in Taiwan
Mau-Kuei Chang, Yufen Chang

13. Environmental Movement in Democratizing Taiwan (1980–2004): A Political Opportunity Structure Perspective
Ming-sho Ho

14. The Reign of Market: Institutional Setting, Business Cycle, and Strikes in Hong Kong
Stephen Chiu

15. Social Movement as Cognitive Praxis: The Case of the Student Movement and the Labor Movement in Hong Kong
Benjamin K.P. Leung

16. The Development of Post-Modernist Social Movements in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
Alvin Y. So

17. State Legitimacy and Dynamics of the 1989 Pro-democracy Movement in Beijing
Dingxin Zhao

18. Institutionalized Official Hostility and Protest Leader Logic: A Long-Term Chinese Peasants Collective Protest at Dahe Dam in the 1980s
Jun Jin

19. The Routinization of Liminality: The Persistence of Activism Among China’s Red Guard Generation
Guobin Yang

20. Solidarity from Above: State Ideology, Religion, and the Absence of Social Movements in Contemporary Singapore
John Clammer

21. Conclusion: Learning About Social Movements from East Asia
Jeffrey Broadbent

Keywords: Social Sciences, Sociology, Political Science, Regional and Cultural Studies

Publication year
Nonprofit and Civil Society Studies
Page amount
14 pages

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