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This highly praised book undertakes an in-depth case study of contemporary protests to illustrate not only the challenges to building civil society in Jamaica but also the requirement for the current scholarship to reconcile its moral and thematic ambivalence. It is an important book for collections in political science, sociology, anthropology, and media studies/communications, especially given the increasing interest in understanding popular protests, violent social movements, resistance cultures as well as radical political culture, democracy and civil society across the developing and developed world. The book will also hold wide appeal among policy makers, political actors, activists, civil society practitioners, and specialists in international development as a result of its strong focus on civil society. This will also be an excellent text for undergraduate students and above, particular those studying international relations.
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Challenges to Civil Society: Protest and Governance in Jamaica based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This book is meticulous in its analysis of rebellion in Jamaica. It takes a very intriguing approach to the study of civil society in the Third World. Although its focus is Jamaica, this book holds relevance to societies in the throes of civil unrest and belligerent social movements.