Direct Social Actions in Extreme Right Mobilisations. Ideological, strategic and organisational incentives in the Italian neo-fascist right

@article{Froio2017DirectSA,
  title={Direct Social Actions in Extreme Right Mobilisations. Ideological, strategic and organisational incentives in the Italian neo-fascist right},
  author={Caterina Froio and Pietro Castelli Gattinara},
  journal={Partecipazione e Conflitto},
  year={2017},
  volume={9},
  pages={1040-1066}
}
  • Caterina Froio, Pietro Castelli Gattinara
  • Published 2017
  • Sociology
  • Partecipazione e Conflitto
  • Social movements scholarship has increasingly turned to the study of direct social actions (DSAs) in times of economic hardship. This paper broadens this perspective to extreme right organisations. Combining a Political Claims Analysis of newspaper articles and online press releases, with a qualitative discussion of online propaganda material, we explore the engagement in direct social activism by three neo-fascist organisations in Italy: Forza Nuova, Fiamma Tricolore and CasaPound Italia (1996… CONTINUE READING
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