Social Movements in Politics: A Comparative Study / Edition 2by C. Zirakzadeh
Pub. Date: 06/22/2007
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan US
In this book, Zirakzadeh examines different types of social movements, from the Greens in Germany to the Shining Path in Peru. The book concludes with a juxtaposition of the three major theoretical approaches and historical findings and proposes a fourth theoretical approach emphasizing factional conflict and reconciliation.
Table of ContentsDedication Preface to the Expanded Edition Acronyms PART I: HOW WE THINK ABOUT SOCIAL MOVEMENTS Chapter 1: Recent Traditions in Social-Movement Theorizing PART II: WEST GERMANY'S GREENS AND THE POLITICS OF PARTY MOVEMENTS Chapter 2: A World to Be Remade: Sociopolitical Circumstances of Green Politics Chapter 3: Political Antedents Chapter 4: Clashing Shades of Green PART III: POLAND'S SOLIDARITY AND MOVEMENTS AGAINST DICTATORIAL REGIMES Chapter 5: A World to Be Remade: Sociopolitical Circumstances of Solidarity Chapter 6: Political Antecendents Chapter 7: Discord within Solidarity PART IV: PERU'S SHINING PATH AND AGARIAN-BASED MOVEMENTS Chapter 8: A World to Be Remade: Sociopolitical Circumstances of Shining Path Chapter 9: Political Antecedents Chapter 10: Diverse Directions along the Shining Path PART V: MEXICO'S ZAPATISTAS AND THE GLOBALIZATION OF PROTEST Chapter 11: A World to Be Remade: Sociopolitical Circumstances of the Zapatista National Liberation Army Chapter 12: Political Antecedents Chapter 13: Wanderings of Zapata's Ghost PART VI: CONCLUSIONS Chapter 14: From History to Theory References
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