Edited by Shinichi Shigetomi and Kumiko Makino
In this insightful book, the contributors focus on the impact of contextual factors on social movements in the developing world, pushing major existing theories beyond their traditional focus.
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- Protest and Social Movements in the Developing World
- Chapter 1: Rethinking Theories on Social Movements and Development
- Chapter 2: Community-based Local Development and the Peace Initiative of the PDPMM in Colombia: Resource Mobilization under Extreme Conditions
- Chapter 3: Institutional Readiness and Resource Dependence of Social Movements: The Case of Provincial Development Forums in Thailand
- Chapter 4: Strategies for Fragmentary Opportunities and Limited Resources: The Environmental Protest Movement under Communist China in Transition
- Chapter 5: Institutional Conditions for Social Movements to Engage in Formal Politics: The Case of AIDS Activism in Post-Apartheid South Africa
- Chapter 6: Rethinking Political Opportunity Structure in the Argentine Unemployed and Poor People’s Movement
- Chapter 7: Dynamics of Ideal Values and Social Movement in a Corporatist State: Mexican Indigenous Peoples’ Movements and a Village’s Challenge
- Chapter 8: Competition and Framing in the Women’s Movement in India
- Chapter 9: Opposition Movements and the Youth in Nigeria’s Oil-Producing Area: An Inquiry into Framing
- Chapter 10: Resources, Organizations and Institutions: Intermediaries for Social Movements in Development Context
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