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Resource Mobilization and Social Movements: A Partial Theory
Past analysis of social movements and social movement organizations has normally assumed a close link between the frustrations or grievances of a collectivity of actors and the growth and decline ofExpand
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The use of newspaper data in the study of collective action
Studying collective action with newspaper accounts of protest events, rare only 20 years ago, has become commonplace in the past decade. A critical literature has accompanied the growth of protestExpand
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Comparative perspectives on social movements : political opportunities, mobilizing structures, and cultural framings
Introduction: opportunities mobilizing structures and framing processes Doug McAdam Part I. Political Opportunities: 1. Clarifying the concept of political opportunities Doug McAdam 2. States andExpand
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Comparative Perspectives on Social Movements: Introduction: Opportunities, mobilizing structures, and framing processes – toward a synthetic, comparative perspective on social movements
In a widely read book published in 1960, the sociologist Daniel Bell proclaimed the “end of ideology.” As the 1960s dawned, a good many social scientists believed we had reached a stage in theExpand
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Resources and Social Movement Mobilization
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A Backward Induction Experiment
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We examine whether, given payoff-interdependent preferences, players respect backward induction in two-stage alternating-offers bargaining games. Expand
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Images of protest: Dimensions of selection bias in media coverage of Washington demonstrations, 1982 and 1991
Protest is now central to politics in Western democracies, but it is known to citizens mainly through portrayals in the media. Yet the media cover only a small fraction of public protests, raisingExpand
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The mechanics of trust: A framework for research and design
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We present a framework that shifts the perspective towards factors that support trustworthy behavior. Expand
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The Influence of Body Movement on Subjective Presence in Virtual Environments
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We describe an experiment to assess the influence of body movements on presence in a virtual environment. Expand
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