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Schock, Kurt

Civil Resistance Today

Schock, Kurt - Civil Resistance Today, ebook

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From Gandhi's salt march to the US civil rights movement and Occupy Wall Street, nonviolent campaigns to promote democracy, human rights and social justice have long played an important transformative role in local, national and global politics. Some have succeeded, some have failed; but nonviolent action remains a very effective means of achieving significant social and political change.

In this authoritative book Kurt Schock expertly guides readers through the changing terrain of nonviolent struggle, exploring the historical roots and development of modern civil resistance and its proliferation in recent decades. Discussing movements against economic and social injustice as well as political oppression, he explains how resistance happens and unpacks the complex interactions between state and non-state actors that affect the trajectories and outcomes of nonviolent campaigns. Drawing on a wealth of empirical data and comparative research, Civil Resistance Today will be an essential "one stop shop" for anyone keen to learn more about the methods, objectives and outcomes of civil resistance in the contemporary world.

Keywords: civil resistance, nonviolence, non-violence, occupation, protest, politics, democracy, dictatorship, violence, civil war, Arab Spring, civil resistance, nonviolence, non-violence, occupation, protest, politics, democracy, dictatorship, violence, civil war, Arab Spring, Social Movements / Activism

Author(s)
Publisher
John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
Publication year
2015
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
232 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (ePUB)
9780745682709
Printed ISBN
9780745682679

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