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100 1  Coy, Patrick G 
245 10 Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change 
264  1 Bingley :|bEmerald Publishing Limited,|c2011 
264  4 |c©2011 
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490 1  Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change Ser. ;
       |vv.31 
505 0  Front cover -- Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and
       Change -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of 
       contributors -- Introduction -- Section I: Social 
       Movements and the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict -- Chapter 
       1. Emotion maps of participation in protest: The case of 
       women in black against the occupation in Israel -- The 
       study of emotional dynamics of protest events -- Data and 
       methodology -- Women in black: A descriptive account -- 
       Emotion maps of the vigils of WIB -- Concluding remarks --
       Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 2. 
       Learning from failures: why and how ''scale shift'' failed
       to launch - evidence from the case of the Israeli-Arab 
       land day -- Introduction -- Scale shift of contention -- 
       The sociopolitical context of the Arab minority -- 
       Diffusion: Relational -- Diffusion: Non-relational -- 
       Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgment -- References -- 
       Section II: Gender Issues and Gay Rights -- Chapter 3. The
       pitfalls of winning: a comparison of two first-wave 
       feminist organizations -- Introduction -- Theoretical 
       considerations -- Historical sketch of first-wave feminism
       -- Data and measures -- Results -- Discussion and 
       Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgment -- References -- 
       Chapter 4. Implicit politics in a free and open space: 
       belly dance, leisure activity, and gender identity -- Free
       space and the subjective roots of social protest -- 
       Leisure identity and gendered leisure -- Belly dance as 
       gendered leisure -- Data, methods, and analytic strategy -
       - Community structure and collective values -- Discussion:
       significance of free and open spaces -- Notes -- 
       Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 5. Dominant 
       tactics in social movement tactical repertoires: Anti-gay 
       ballot measures, 1974-2008 -- Introduction -- Dominant 
       tactics -- Methods -- Gay rights at the ballot box -- 
       Discussion -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- References 
505 8  Chapter 6. Mobilizing in the shadow of the law: lesbian 
       and gay rights in the aftermath of Bowers v. Hardwick -- 
       Introduction -- Law and social movements -- Threat and 
       opportunity -- Data and methods -- Legal elites and early 
       attempts to repeal sodomy -- The lesbian and gay rights 
       movement and Bowers v. Hardwick -- Movement reaction -- 
       Discussion -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- 
       References -- Section III: Identity, Mobilization, and 
       Press Coverage -- Chapter 7. Freedom summer abroad: 
       Biographical pathways and cosmopolitanism among 
       international human rights workers -- High-risk activism 
       and accompaniment work -- Theoretical context -- Method --
       Results -- Unique factors shaping commitments to the ISM -
       - Conditions shared by the pathways -- Conclusion -- Notes
       -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Appendix A. Truth table
       with 11 causal conditions (1, presence -- blank, absence) 
       -- Appendix B. Biographical factors and steps toward HRW -
       - Chapter 8. The making of organic indigenous-campesino 
       intellectuals: catechist training in the diocese of San 
       Cristóbal and the roots of the Zapatista uprising -- 
       Theorizing revolution, theorizing Zapatismo -- Methods -- 
       Roots of Zapatismo -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- 
       References -- Chapter 9. All the news that's fit to print?
       Silence and voice in mainstream and ethnic press accounts 
       of African American protest -- Introduction -- Literature 
       review -- Research question and hypotheses -- Data and 
       methods -- Case summary: The Harlem 9 -- Results -- 
       Discussion -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References 
       -- About the authors 
520    Part of the "Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and 
       Change" series, this title contains three sections of data
       -driven articles that address topics central to 
       scholarship on social movements and conflict resolution. 
       It also showcases research on a variety of movements, 
       organizations and conflicts in ways that contribute to 
       theory-building 
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       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Social movements.;Social conflict.;Social change 
655  4 Electronic books 
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