Convergence space: process geographies of grassroots globalization networks

@inproceedings{Routledge2003ConvergenceSP,
  title={Convergence space: process geographies of grassroots globalization networks},
  author={Paul J. Routledge},
  year={2003}
}
This paper considers grassroots globalization networks, which comprise a diversity of social movements working in association to engage in multi-scalar political action. Drawing upon David Harvey’s notion of militant particularism (regarding the problems of effecting politics between different geographical scales), and recent research on networks and their relationship to places, the paper analyses People’s Global Action, an international network of social movements opposing neoliberal… CONTINUE READING

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