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The Art of moral protest: culture, biography, and creativity in social movements

Author: Jasper, James M. Publisher: University of Chicago Press, 1997.Language: EnglishDescription: 514 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0226394808Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Print HN50 .J37 1997
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Includes bibliographical references and index


The Art of Moral Protest Culture, Biography, and Creativity in Social Movements Contents List of Tables Preface 1 The Art of Protest ix xi 1 17 19 43 69 101 103 130 152 181 183 210 229 251 267 269 293 322 PART ONE BASIC APPROACHES 2 The Classical Paradigms 3 Basic Dimensions of Protest 4 Cultural Approaches PART TWO BIOGRAPHY, CULTURE, AND WILLINGNESS 5 Not in Our Backyards: Emotion, Threat, and Blame 6 Whistleblowers: Moral Principles in Action 7 Recruiting Animal Protectors: Cognitive Dimensions PART THREE MOVEMENT CULTURE 8 Rituals and Emotions at Diablo Canyon: Sustaining Activist Identities 9 Culture and Biography: The Pleasures of Protest 10 Tastes in Tactics 11 Direct and Indirect Action: Boycotts and Moral Voice PART FOUR PROTEST AND THE BROADER CULTURE 12 Culture and Resources: The Arts of Persuasion 13 Culture and Strategy: States, Audiences, and Success 14 Toward a Balanced Approach PART FIVE A NORMATIVE VIEW 15 Lives Worth Living 16 The Risks of Protest 17 The Necessity of Protest Appendix on Evidence Notes Bibliography Index 335 337 344 367 381 387 449 485

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