By Kurt Schock
In the previous region century the realm has witnessed dramatic social and political alterations, due partially to an upsurge in civil resistance. there were major uprisings around the world, together with the toppling of communist regimes in jap Europe, the colour Revolutions, the Arab Spring, protests opposed to conflict and monetary inequality, numerous struggles opposed to corruption, and calls for for extra equitable distribution of land. those activities have attracted immense scholarly cognizance, mirrored within the progress of literature on social hobbies and revolution in addition to literature on nonviolent resistance. before, in spite of the fact that, the 2 our bodies of literature have principally constructed in parallel—with rather little acknowledgment of the life of the other.
In this beneficial assortment, a world and interdisciplinary crew of students takes inventory of the present kingdom of the theoretical and empirical literature on civil resistance. individuals study key strategies of nonviolent fight and establish either frictions and issues of synthesis among the narrower literature on civil resistance and the wider literature on social events and revolution. by way of doing so, Civil Resistance: Comparative views on Nonviolent fight pushes the limits of the examine of civil resistance and generates social medical wisdom that may be precious for all students and activists focused on democracy, human rights, and social justice.
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Civil Resistance: Comparative Perspectives on Nonviolent Struggle (Social Movements, Protest and Contention) by Kurt Schock