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Available in time for your Fall Courses-Preorder your exam copy today! The updated and expanded third edition of Tilly's widely acclaimed book brings this analytical history of social movements fully up to date. Tilly and Wood cover such recent topics as the economic crisis and related protest actions around the globe while maintaining their attention to perennially important issues such as immigrants' rights, new media technologies, and the role of bloggers and Facebook in social movement activities. With new coverage of colonialism and its impact on movement formation as well as coverage and analysis of the 2011 Arab Spring, this new edition of Social Movementsadds more historical depth while capturing a new cycle of contention today. New to the Third Edition
Charles Tilly, until his death, was Joseph L. Buttenwieser Professor of Social Science at Columbia University and author of fifty earlier books, many of them award winners. Lesley J. Wood is Associate Professor of Sociology at York University. She recently published a monography, Direct Action, Deliberation, and Diffusion: Collective Action after the WTO Protests in Seattle (Cambridge University Press 2012).
Table of Contents
|Preface to First Edition||p. ix|
|Preface to Second and Third Editions||p. xi|
|Social Movements as Politics||p. 1|
|Inventions of the Social Movement||p. 16|
|Nineteenth-Century Adventures||p. 38|
|Twentieth-Century Expansion and Transformation||p. 65|
|Social Movements Enter the Twenty-First Century||p. 95|
|Democratization and Social Movements||p. 124|
|Futures of Social Movements||p. 145|
|Discussion Questions||p. 160|
|Publications on Social Movements by Charles Tilly, 1977-2010||p. 184|
|About the Authors||p. 204|
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