Art of Moral Protest Culture, Biography, and Creativity in Social Movements
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Description: Protest has become an everyday part of modern societies, an outlet for voicing and discussing basic moral issues. This study integrates diverse examples of protest, from 19th-century boycotts to recent anti-nuclear and animal-rights movements.
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List price: $41.00
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Publication date: 9/1/1999
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|List of Tables|
|The Art of Protest|
|The Classical Paradigms|
|Basic Dimensions of Protest|
|Biography, Culture, and Willingness|
|Not in Our Backyards: Emotion, Threat, and Blame|
|Whistleblowers: Moral Principles in Action|
|Recruiting Animal Protectors: Cognitive Dimensions|
|Rituals and Emotions at Diablo Canyon: Sustaining Activist Identities|
|Culture and Biography: The Pleasures of Protest|
|Tastes in Tactics|
|Direct and Indirect Action: Boycotts and Moral Voice|
|Protest and the Broader Culture|
|Culture and Resources: The Arts of Persuasion|
|Culture and Strategy: States, Audiences, and Success|
|Toward a Balanced Approach|
|A Normative View|
|Lives Worth Living|
|The Risks of Protest|
|The Necessity of Protest|
|Appendix on Evidence|