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新たなグローバル政治:21世紀の社会運動

The New Global Politics : Global Social Movements in the Twenty-First Century

(Rethinking Globalizations)

Vanden, Harry E. (EDT)   Funke, Peter N. (EDT)   Prevost, Gary (EDT)

Taylor & Francis 2017/03
288 p. 24 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138697249
KCN: 1025632219
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KDC: D230 国際関係・国際社会
C123 政治・国家・社会運動
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Over the past decade, there has been an unprecedented mobilization of street protests worldwide, from the demonstrations that helped bring progressive governments to power in Latin America, to the Arab Spring, to Occupy movements in the United States and Europe, to democracy protests in China. This edited volume investigates the current status, nature and dynamics of the new politics that characterizes social movements from around the world that are part of this revolutionary wave. Spanning case studies from Latin America, North and South Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Europe, and North America, this volume examines the varied manifestations of the current cycle of protest, which emerged from the Global South and spread to the North and highlights their interconnections - the globalized nature of these social movements. Analytically converging around Sidney Tarrow's emphasis on protest cycles, political opportunity structures and identity, the individual chapters investigate processes such as global framing, internationalization, diffusion, scale shifts, externalizations and transnational coalition building to provide an analytic cartography of the current state of social movements as they are simultaneously globalizing while still being embedded in their respective localities. Looking at new ways of thinking and new forms of challenging power, this comprehensive volume will be of great interest to graduates and scholars in the fields of globalization, social movements and international politics.

Table of Contents

1.Introduction I. Latin America: Introduction 2. Constructing Autonomy: Comparing Zapatista Strategies of Indigenous Resistance in Mexico Richard Stahler-Sholk 3. Social Movement Governance in Bolivia: Contention in a multi-ethnic Democracy Waltraud Q. Morales and Annabelle Conroy 4. Cycles of Protest and Social Movements in Brazil Harry E. Vanden 5. Resource Extraction, Sumak Kawsay and Social Movement Resistance in Ecuador under Rafael Correa Marc Becker II. Africa and the Middle East: Introduction 6. Transition of Governance in Egypt in the Post Arab Spring Jamil Jreisat 7. The Role of Social Movements inTunesia's Jasmine Revolution Hiba Heichsche 8. Iranian Women and Their Strategic Role during the Green Movement, Raheleh Dayerizadeh 9. Sisterhood in the Age of Imperialism: Consequences of Transnational Activism for Women's Movements in Post-colonial Muslim Societies Fae Chubin 10. Revolution or Retaliation: Contested Meaning in the Syrian Uprising, Abla Khalil 11. South African Social Movements: Between Confrontation and Cooptation Gary Prevost III. North America & Europe: Introduction 12. The Global Justice Movement and its Subterranean Afterlife in Europe: From the Zapatistas to Occupy and Austerity Protests Peter N. Funke 13. Occupy: Prehistories and Continuities Samantha L. Bowden 14. The Promise and Pitfalls of Horizontalism in the Occupy Movement Kara Zugman Dellacioppa IV. Asia: Introduction 15. Social Movements in India Arun Abraham 16. Demanding State Intervention: New opportunities for popular protest in China Shih-Diing Liu