Comparative perspectives on social movements : political opportunities, mobilizing structures, and cultural framings

  title={Comparative perspectives on social movements : political opportunities, mobilizing structures, and cultural framings},
  author={Doug McAdam and John D. McCarthy and Mayer N. Zald},
Introduction: opportunities mobilizing structures and framing processes Doug McAdam Part I. Political Opportunities: 1. Clarifying the concept of political opportunities Doug McAdam 2. States and opportunities: the political structuring of social movements Sidney Tarrow 3. Social movements and the state: thoughts on the policing of protest Donatella della Porta 4. Opportunities and framing in the East European revolts of 1989 Anthony Oberschall 5. Opportunities and Framing in the Political… 
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