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Popular Dissent, Human Agency and Global Politics (Cambridge Studies in International Relations)

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International relations,
  • Political activism,
  • Sociology,
  • International Relations - General,
  • Individual And The State,
  • International Economics (Specific Aspects),
  • Political Science,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Violence in Society,
  • Political Science / International Relations,
  • Dissenters,
  • Political Freedom & Security - Civil Rights,
  • Civil disobedience,
  • Demonstrations,
  • Government, Resistance to

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages308
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7752884M
    ISBN 100521770998
    ISBN 109780521770996

    Bedau, ed. Herngren, Paths of Resistance ; M. Attracting a huge number of followers from the Indian public, Gandhi was able to use the technique as an effective political tool and play a key role in bringing about the British decision to end colonial rule of his homeland. Here the claims often involve appeals for recognition of different identities.

    This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. To conclude, we suggest that the respective insights present a challenge for disciplinary international relations. Whether conceptualized as the unprecedented extensity, intensity, velocity and impact of global flows Held and McGrew, Goldblatt and Perraton,as time-space compression Harvey,as a flattening of the playing field Friedman, or as a new imperial form of governance Hardt and Negri,it does not readily conjure up images of purposive human beings. He died in Germignan near Bordeaux in

    Princeton: Princeton University Press. Ritzer ed. More recent thinkers—be they 19th-century liberals like John Stuart Mill or 20th-century critics of liberalism like Michel Foucault or the members of the Frankfurt School —considered dissent as a vital good, one whose relative absence in 19th- and 20th-century democracies went to the heart of the malaise that affected those states. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. The concept of a slow transformation of values through forms of micro-resistance sounds great, but what about a contrary slow transformation of values through processes of micro-domination?


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Popular Dissent, Human Agency and Global Politics book

Second, we argue that understanding the links between emotions and power reveal important insights into the nature and function of power itself. Gandhi developed the notion of satyagraha [Sanskrit: holding to truth], acts of civil disobedience marked by Indian tradition and his own high moral standards and sense of self-discipline.

De Nardo, Power in Numbers ; P.

Popular Dissent, Human Agency and Global Politics

London: Lynne Rienner. London: Sage. Bay and C. Roberts and T. Bleiker argues that 'popular dissent' - his expression that covers nonviolent action as well as less dramatic forms of resistance - should be taken into consideration.

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The bases for resistance included the Protestant churches, which had some autonomy from the state, and West German mass media, showing a political and economic alternative as well as providing subversive cultural influences through music and novels.

Grand theories are more commonly used as resources than as straitjackets. Whether conceptualized as the unprecedented extensity, intensity, velocity and impact of global flows Held and McGrew, Goldblatt and Perraton,as time-space compression Harvey,as a flattening of the playing field Friedman, or as a new imperial form of governance Hardt and Negri,it does not readily conjure up images of purposive human beings.

Boulder CO: Lynne Rienner. The book's main value is not in providing insight to activists but rather in bringing theory up to scratch with what is happening on the ground. Google Scholar Friedman, T. The beatings, mass arrests, and even killings of civil-rights demonstrators pledged to nonviolent civil disobedience were important factors in swaying public opinion and in the ultimate passage of new civil-rights legislation see integration.

Civil Disobedience in Focus ; P. His was one of the few relatively unqualified successes in the history of civil disobedience. Routledge: Google Scholar Zalewski, M. Just as power conditions emotions, emotions likewise permeate through meanings, conceptions and practices of power.

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Google Scholar Emirbayer, M. Use of new linguistic forms in poetry can be a form of resistance to domination, but advertisers also use challenges to linguistic forms for very different goals.

It may well be that activists as well social theorists can pick up on the 'changing of the social climate'. This process has no end.‘No One Is Illegal!’ Resistance and the Politics of Discomfort Popular dissent, human agency, and global politics sources to scrutinise this central but often neglected aspect of Author: Maurice Stierl.

The Global Resistance Reader provides the first comprehensive collection of work on the phenomenal rise of transnational social movements and resistance politics: from the visible struggles against the financial, economic and political authority of large international organizations such as the World Trade Organization, World Bank and International Monetary Fund, to the much less visible acts.

Popular Dissent, Human Agency and Global Politics (Cambridge Studies in International Relations Book 70) - Kindle edition by Roland Bleiker. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Popular Dissent, Human Agency and Global Politics (Cambridge Studies in International Relations Book 70).Cited by: Book Review: Special Book Review Section: Lutz Becker and Martin Roland Bleiker, Popular Dissent, Human Agency and Global Politics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,pp., £ hbk., £ pbk.) Book Review: Kenneth Christie and Denny Roy, The Politics of Human Rights in East Asia (London: Pluto Press,pp.

Popular Dissent, Human Agency, and Global Politics By Roland Bleiker Cambridge University Press, Read preview Overview Problems of Punitive Damages for Political Protest and Civil Disobedience By Axelsen, Kaarin L Environmental Law, Vol. 25, No. 2, Spring Introduction: Agency in Global Bottom-Up Politics.

Authors; Authors and affiliations; Popular Dissent, Human Agency and Global Politics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CrossRef Google Scholar. Human Agency and the Politics of World Order’, Perspectives: Central European Review of International Affairs, 17 (1): 5–Cited by: 1.