The UWE occupation

@article{Salter2011TheUO,
  title={The UWE occupation},
  author={Lee Salter and Jilly Boyce Kay},
  journal={Social Movement Studies},
  year={2011},
  volume={10},
  pages={423-429}
}
This profile looks at how students at the University of the West of England (UWE) undertook direct action in protest against the British government's cuts to educational funding in the higher education sector. Situating the in the broader context of the struggle against cuts to education, the authors observed the organisation of students, interviewing them and holding focus groups to get a full picture of the growth of the movement and the UWE occupation. The profile considers the motivations… 
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