1 edition of Citizenship and social movements found in the catalog.
Citizenship and social movements
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Lisa Thompson and Chris Tapscott, editors|
|LC Classifications||HM881 .C58 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 290 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||290|
|ISBN 10||184813388X, 1848133898, 1848133901|
|ISBN 10||9781848133884, 9781848133891, 9781848133907|
When stating that occupations are illegal, the legal text is used as the main or only criterion for legality — and this is problematic for many reasons. In so doing, it raises questions about the applicability of social movement theory based mainly on experiences in the North. The centrality of resources to the success of social movements explains why some discontented people are able to form movements while others are not. Earle offers an innovative perspective on how the urban poor see themselves as citizens.
First-wave feminism refers to a period of feminist activity during the 19th and early twentieth century in the United Kingdom, Canada, the Netherlands and the United States. And they are not only calling on moral arguments, but mainly on legal ones: the Brazilian Constitution affirms that private property requires a social function, otherwise it may be subject to expropriation; the constitutional texts also assert housing as a social right. Some of the assumptions of the theory include: there will always be grounds for protest in modern, politically pluralistic societies because there is constant discontent i. As such, new movements are often considered to be anti-authoritarian. Buechler and F. There are, nevertheless, notable success stories in the extent to which social movements in the South have managed to assert their rights and to extract concessions from the state, and a few of these are captured in the chapters that follow.
Sidney Tarrow: present a professor of political science and sociology, known for his research in the areas of comparative politics, social movements, political parties, collective actions and political sociology. Furthermore, through its specific focus on social movements, this volume makes an important contribution to the range of conceptual tools through which 'claiming citizenship' maybe understood and analysed. Several theories have been proposed to explain the creation of social movements. In so doing, it raises questions about the applicability of social movement theory based mainly on experiences in the North. As an in-depth and well-conceived source for beginners, experienced scholars and students alike, it provides theoretically rich, methodologically diverse, and empirically wide-ranging chapters on political struggles over citizenship. The theory argues that social movements develop when individuals with grievances are able to mobilize sufficient resources to take action.
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Details Description This book makes an important contribution towards an understanding of citizenship as mediated by other collective, historically determined identities: of gender, ethnicity, class and national status.
Feelings of deprivation are relative, as they come from a comparison to social norms that are not absolute and usually differ from time and place. Revolutionary social movements occur at a broader group or societal level and advocate for radical changes.
Current theoretical perspectives include new social movement theory, resource mobilisation theory, the cyclical approach and political opportunity structures. Targets: Group-focused movements focus on influencing groups or society in general; for example, attempting to change the political system from a monarchy to a democracy.
Sidney Tarrow: present a professor of political science and sociology, known for his research in the areas of comparative politics, social movements, political parties, collective actions and political sociology.
The movement arose as responses to what young women thought of as perceived failures of the second-wave. The ways in which mobilization, collective action and social movements manifest themselves in these spaces are key to understanding the processes of collective identity formation as citizens attempt to exercise both their individual and collective rights.
This can also be observed in various other spheres of life, such as history, media, music, etc.
However, PETA is not the only group that advocates for vegan diets and lifestyles; there are numerous other groups actively engaged toward this end. The book is divided into three broad sections. The types of identity formation and forms of collective action evident in communities in the South occur in contexts where the meanings of citizenship and rights are far more nebulous and contested, as well as globally referenced, than in the history of the North.
A focus on resources changes the way we think about the relationship between rights and accountability. Ray David Korten and Gus Speth  have argued for the existence of a latent pool of tens of millions of people ready to identify with a global consciousness, such as that captured in the Earth Charter.
Social movements have a life cycle: they are created, they grow, they achieve successes or failures and eventually, they dissolve and cease to exist. Key Terms opportunity structures: Exogenous factors which limit Citizenship and social movements book empower collective actors social movements.
It refers to the discontent people feel when they compare their positions to others and realize that they have less of what they believe themselves to be entitled than those around them. The final section examines the extent to which formal channels of participation promote more inclusive citizenship and facilitate the realization of political as well as socio-economic rights.
See D. Second-wave feminism refers to a period of feminist activity beginning in the early s and through the late s. When stating that occupations are illegal, the legal text is used as the main or only criterion for legality — and this is problematic for many reasons. This theory has a number of underlying assumptions regarding movement membership, movement organization and broader societal factors that influence movement formation and development.
Guifhaumou, La Parole des sans. As an in-depth and well-conceived source for beginners, experienced scholars and students alike, it provides theoretically rich, methodologically diverse, and empirically wide-ranging chapters on political struggles over citizenship.Citizenship and Social Movements Perspectives from the Global South Edited by Lisa Thompson and Chris Tapscott Debates over social movements have suffered from a predominate focus on Anglo-America and Europe, often neglecting the significance of collective actions of citizens in the Global South.
This book seeks to partially redress this. Book Chapter Gender, Citizenship, and Social Protest: The New Social Movements in Argentina. By "Gender, Citizenship, and Social Protest: The New Social Movements in Argentina", The Latin American Subaltern Studies Reader, Ileana Rodriguez, María Milagros.
This book explores the significance and meaning of the countryside within mid-twentieth century youth movements. It examines the ways in which the Boy Scouts, Girl Guides, Woodcraft Folk and Young Farmers’ Club organisations employed the countryside as a space within which ‘good citizenship’ – in leisure, work, the home and the community – could be developed.
Social citizenship was a term first coined by T.H. Marshall, who argued that the ideal citizenship experience entails access to political, civil and social rights in a state. According to Marshall, social citizenship includes “the whole range from the right to a modicum of economic welfare and security to the right to share to the full in the social heritage and to live the life of a.
The Body and Citizenship in Social Movement Research: Embodied Performances and the Deracialized Self in The Black Civil Rights Movement – of the body in social movements, focusing. Feb 15, · Debates over social movements have suffered from a predominate focus on North America and western Europe, often neglecting the significance of collective action in the global South.
Citizenship and Social Movements seeks to partially redress this imbalance with case studies from Brazil, India, Bangladesh, Mexico, South Africa and Nigeria.4/5(1).