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Keeping dissent alive under the Great Recession: no-radicalisation and protest in Spain after the eventful 15M/indignados campaign
Traditional theories of collective action would predict that, after a triggering event, the trajectory of a wave of protest is determined by the institutionalisation–radicalisation tandem. Based onExpand
Life beyond the ballot box: the political participation and non-participation of electoral abstainers
ABSTRACT Drawing on electoral participation and social movement studies, we develop a typology of abstainers on the basis of their forms of non-electoral participation, and explore the determinantsExpand
VOICING OUTRAGE UNEVENLY: DEMOCRATIC DISSATISFACTION, NONPARTICIPATION, AND PARTICIPATION FREQUENCY IN THE 15-M CAMPAIGN*
This article explores frequencies of participation and nonparticipation in the 15-M protest campaign in Spain. Given the nature of this campaign, we focus on democratic dissatisfaction. Our findingsExpand
Refugee Solidarity in a Multilevel Political Opportunity Structure: The Case of Spain
From a comparative vantage point, few refugees arrived in Spain during the long summer of migration. Although a strong pro-refugee movement developed, it had an important internal variability. WeExpand
Waving goodbye? The determinants of autonomism and secessionism in Western Europe
ABSTRACT Waving goodbye? The determinants of autonomism and secessionism in Western Europe. Regional Studies. This paper sheds light on the main aggregate-level determinants of electoral support forExpand
Decentralizing electoral campaigns? New-old parties, grassroots and digital activism
ABSTRACT Recent studies suggest that new parties display new patterns of digital mobilization. We shed light on this debate: do new party supporters engage in online political activities to a greaterExpand
Crook!: The impact of perceived corruption on non-electoral forms of political behaviour
Anti-corruption claims have been at the core of many mass mobilizations worldwide. However, the nexus between corruption and collective action is often overlooked. Bridging social movement andExpand
Europe in the Procés: European (dis-)integration and Catalan secessionism
Europe remains an essentially contested project, in relation to its boundaries, institutions, and functional scope. In a context characterised by the detachment of key functions from the state, by ...
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