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RIGHT-WING RADICAL ORGANIZATIONS BETWEEN POLITICAL REPRESSION AND SOCIAL STIGMA: AN INTERNALIST APPROACH.

@inproceedings{Borri2014RIGHTWINGRO,
  title={RIGHT-WING RADICAL ORGANIZATIONS BETWEEN POLITICAL REPRESSION AND SOCIAL STIGMA: AN INTERNALIST APPROACH.},
  author={Rossella Borri},
  year={2014}
}
Social movement scholars often focus on the so called policing of protest as a crucial aspect of state responses to radical collective action as well as a key factor related to either a favourable or unfavourable political opportunity structure for movements development and mobilization. The various strategies of state repression and the introduction of legal constraints are indeed seen as particularly influential in the adoption of a more or less radical behaviour (and attitudes) on the part… Expand

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