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Social Movements and Social Classes

The Future of Collective Action

Louis Maheu University of Montreal
© 1995   288 pages   SAGE Publications Ltd   
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Paperback ISBN: 9780803979536 £29.99
Other Titles in: Social Theory  |  Political Sociology
This book assembles an international cast of eminent contributors who focus on issues of social movements and social class from the perspective of collective action. An important addition to current debate, the text discusses such topics as: middle-class radicalism, racism, class, the institutionalization of movements, urban politics, citizenship, education and democracy.

Part One reviews the various analytical approaches used to explain the foundations for collective action. Part Two examines the close links between local power structures, spatial issues and the institutionalization of collective action. Part Three analyzes the ways that social struggles penetrate political life, with further reflections on culture and democracy.

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