Non-Western Social Movements and Participatory Democracy: Protest in the Age of Transnationalism

Non-Western Social Movements and Participatory Democracy: Protest in the Age of Transnationalism

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783319846552
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Publication date: 07/20/2018
Series: Societies and Political Orders in Transition
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2017
Pages: 200
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

About the Author


Ekim Arbatli is an assistant professor of political science in the Higher School of Economics, Moscow. She received her MA and PhD degrees in Political Science from University of Connecticut. Her current research focuses on regime transitions and political instability, with a specific focus on Russia and Turkey. She recently published her work in Communist & Postcommunist Studies and Conflict Management & Peace Science.


Dina Rosenberg is an assistant professor of political science in the Higher School of Economics, Moscow. She earned her MA and PhD degrees in Political Science from Binghamton University. Her current research focuses on political institutions and comparative political economy, with a specific focus on innovations. She published her most recent work in Review of Policy Research.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Non-Western Social Movements and Participatory Democracy in the Age of Transnationalism.- The 'Colorless' Protests in Russia: Mixed Messages and an Uncertain Future.- Palestinian Youth Movements and 'the Arab Spring'.- Brazilian Protests: Actors and Demands for Political Change.- The Multitudes of the Invisibles and the Revitalization of the Indian Democratic Space.- Queering Gezi and Maidan: Instrumentalization and Negotiation of Sexuality Within the Protest Movement.- From Social Forums Period to June Resistance: Tension Between Mass Mobilization and Political Strategy in Turkey.- Citizen Plenums in Bosnia Protests: Creating a Post-Ethnic Identity.- The Rise and Demise of the Iranian Green Revolution: Collective Action Framing in Social Media.- Egyptian Women in the Arab Spring: Emotions, Political Participation, and the Internet.- Cyberspace Attacks and Social Media Momentum: Building Blocks from Syria to Ukraine.- Conclusion: The Changing Face of Social Movements and Emerging Patterns Across the Non-Western World.

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