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Social Movements and Globalization

How Protests, Occupations and Uprisings are Changing the World

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Sociology for Globalizing Societies

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A cutting-edge and original analysis of contemporary social movements in a globalized world, providing a clear and comprehensive grounding in social movement and globalization theory and drawing on a range of case studies...

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A cutting-edge and original analysis of contemporary social movements in a globalized world, providing a clear and comprehensive grounding in social movement and globalization theory and drawing on a range of case studies and examples from around the world, from Anonymous and 15-M/Indignados to the Zapatistas.

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Covers the key areas of social movement and globalization studies
Draws on cutting edge research across a range of disciplines
No other book provides such a comprehensive and uptodate treatment of the dynamics, challenges and opportunities of contemporary social movements
Ideal for students introductory chapters provide a clear, comprehensive grounding in social movement and globalization theory

1. Introduction.- 2. Social Movements and Globalization: Concepts and Debates.- 3. Globalization and Social Movements.- 4. The Global Justice Movement.- 5. Cultural Resistance in a Globalized World.- 6. Social Movements, Media, and Information and Communication Technologies.- 7. Arab Spring, Indignados, Occupy: A Global Wave of Protest?.- 8. Conclusion.


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Cristina Flesher Fominaya is Reader in Social Politics and Media at Loughborough University, UK, and was Senior Marie Curie Fellow at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth from 2013-2015. She is a founding editor of the global social movements journal Interface and an editor of the journal Social Movement Studies. She is also founder of the Council for European Studies Social Movement Research Network.

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Cristina Flesher Fominaya is Reader in Social Politics and Media at Loughborough University, UK, and was Senior Marie Curie Fellow at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth from 2013-2015. She is a founding editor of the global social movements journal Interface and an editor of the journal Social Movement Studies. She is also founder of the Council for European Studies Social Movement Research Network.

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