Series: Social Movements, Protest, and Contention

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Ecopopulism: Toxic Waste and the Movement for Environmental Justice (Social Movements, Protest, and Contention, Vol 1) by Andrew Szasz1
A Century of Revolution: Social Movements in Iran (Social Movements, Protest, and Contention, Vol 2) by John Foran2
The Politics of Social Protest: Comparative Perspectives on States and Social Movements by J. Craig Jenkins3
Social Movements and Culture by Hank Johnston4
New Social Movements in Western Europe: A Comparative Analysis by Ruud Koopmans5
Policing Protest: The Control of Mass Demonstrations in Western Democracies (Social Movements, Protest, and Contention, by Donatella Della Porta6
Challenging Authority: The Historical Study Of Contentious Politics (Social Movements, Protest and Contention) by Michael P. Hanagan7
Fields of Protest: Women's Movements in India (Social Movements, Protest, and Contention, V. 8) by Raka Ray8
Militant Nationalism: Between Movement and Party in Ireland and the Basque Country by Cynthia L. Irvin9
How Social Movements Matter by Marco Giugni10
Liberation and Democratization: The South African and Palestinian National Movements by Mona N. Younis11
Geography and Social Movements: Comparing Antinuclear Activism in the Boston Area by Byron A. Miller12
Self, Identity, and Social Movements (Social Movements, Protest and Contention) by Sheldon Stryker13
Restructuring World Politics: Transnational Social Movements, Networks, And Norms (Social Movements, Protest and Contention) by Sanjeev Khagram14
Workplace Justice: Organizing Multi-Identity Movements by Sharon Kurtz15
Methods of Social Movement Research by Bert Klandermans16
Union Women: Forging Feminism In The United Steelworkers Of America (Social Movements, Protest and Contention) by Mary Margaret Fonow17
The Voice of Southern Labor: Radio Music and Textile Strikes, 1929-1934 (Social Movements, Protest, and Contention, V. 19) by Vincent J. Roscigno19
Changing Corporate America from Inside Out: Lesbian and Gay Workplace Rights by Nicole C. Raeburn20
Repression and Mobilization by Christian Davenport21
Unarmed Insurrections: People Power Movements In Nondemocracies by Kurt Schock22
Routing the Opposition: Social Movements, Public Policy, and Democracy by David S. Meyer23
Contested Citizenship: Immigration and Cultural Diversity in Europe (Social Movements, Protest and Contention) by Ruud Koopmans25
Globalization From Below: Transnational Activists And Protest Networks by Donatella Della Porta26
Unraveling the Garment Industry: Transnational Organizing and Women's Work (Social Movements, Protest and Contention) by Ethel C. Brooks27
Organizing Urban America: Secular and Faith-based Progressive Movements (Social Movements, Protest and Contention) by Heidi J. Swarts28
Waves of Protest: Popular Struggle in El Salvador, 1925-2005 (Social Movements, Protest and Contention) by Paul D. Almeida29
Identity Work in Social Movements (Social Movements, Protest and Contention) by Jo Reger30
How the Religious Right Shaped Lesbian and Gay Activism (Social Movements, Protest and Contention) by Tina FetnerVolume 31
The Rise of the Ku Klux Klan: Right-Wing Movements and National Politics (Social Movements, Protest and Contention) by Rory McVeigh32

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