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Nonviolent Resistances in the Contemporary World
Nonviolent Resistances in the Contemporary World
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Nonviolent Resistances in the Contemporary World

Case Studies from India, Poland, and Turkey
Nalanda Roy
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Nonviolent Resistances in the Contemporary World

Case Studies from India, Poland, and Turkey
Nalanda Roy
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This volume studies nonviolent movements as instruments of change in contemporary global politics. It presents case studies of civilian-led nonviolent efforts in India, Poland, and Turkey and analyzes how they have enabled people's voices, influenced popular resistance cultures, and pushed for change across the world.

The book discusses complex sociopolitical scenarios that challenge democracy, patriotism, and the question of identity across the world. It examines how popular resistance movements have been received by the media, subverted governments across the world, and how they have contributed to the development of new "protest paradigms." The volume brings together leading experts who explore the significant wave of nonviolent mass movements in contemporary global affairs to understand how these discourses can be leveraged to study peace and conflict today. The authors involve extensive pedagogical discussions, new tools, and techniques to map emerging political discourses to identify and explain how contemporary peace>conflict research can study nonviolent resistance and facilitate the development of new narratives in the future.

An invaluable guide to understanding social movements, this book will be a must-read for scholars and researchers of politics, governance and public policy, gender, and human rights.

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Publisher
Taylor and Francis
Year
2021
ISBN
9781000555370
Topic
Social Sciences
Subtopic
Sociology
Edition
1

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