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Engaging Social Justice Critical Studies of 21st Century Social Transformation

D. Fasenfest Fasenfest, David Contributor

2009

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  • Title:
    Engaging Social Justice Critical Studies of 21st Century Social Transformation
  • Author: D. Fasenfest
  • Fasenfest, David Contributor
  • Description: CONTENTS; Towards a Progressive Future (David Fasenfest); PART ONE MOBILIZATION FOR CHANGE; Teaching toward Praxis and Political Engagement (Melanie E. L. Bush and Deborah L. Little); Another World is Possible: Mobilizing for Global Justice (Lauren Langman); SMOs, Cyberactivism, and Entertainment as Politics: How MoveOn is Expanding Public Discourse and Political Struggle (Victoria Carty); Extending Theories of NGOs: Committed HIV/AIDS Activists and Neoliberal Reforms in Ukraine (Arseniy Gutnik); PART TWO CHANGING FORMS OF PROTEST
    Stability and Change in the Contours of Alliances Among Movements in the Social Forum Process (Christopher Chase-Dunn and Matheu Kaneshiro)The Globalization Movement and World Social Forum: From Protest to Politics (Heather Gautney); The Technocratization of Protest: Transnational Advocacy Organizations and the WTO (Kristen Hopewell); PART THREE POWER AND RESISTANCE IN LATIN AMERICA; Emerging Emancipatory Processes in Latin America (Ximena de la Barra and R. A. Dello Buono); Migration and Asymmetrical Integration in Latin America (Víctor M. Figueroa Sepúlveda)
    What is the Potential of Latin America's ""third left ""? (Marie Kennedy, Fernando Leiva and Chris Tilly)Resurrected Enterprises and Social Mobilization in Argentina (Laura Collin Harguindeguy); Community Organizing, Rebellion, and the Progressive State: Neighborhood Councils in El Alto, Bolivia (Emily P. Achtenberg); The Zapatistas' Other Politics: The Subjects of Autonomy (Margaret Cerullo); Contributor Information; References Cited; Subject Index; Name Index
    Identifying the causes of and potential for a alternative to neoliberalism, this book offers case studies of new social movements, new forms of autonomy, and new possibilities for a progressive future.
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Publisher: Leiden : BRILL
  • Format: 1 online resource (356 p.).
  • Identifier: ISBN 1-282-40153-X;ISBN 9786612401534;ISBN 90-474-2998-2
  • Subjects: Capitalism; Social change; Social justice; Social justice; Social change; Capitalism; Social Change; Sociology & Social History; Social Sciences; Electronic books
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01DAL UDM ALMA

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