Social Movements An Anthropological Reader
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Description: Based on fieldwork carried on across 14 countries, this book addresses problems of global health, control of resources, militarization, & repression, & offers solutions formulated by local people.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
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Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/30/2004
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Elizabeth Emma Ferry is assistant professor of anthropology at Brandeis University.
|Notes on Contributors|
|Introduction: Social Movements and Global Processes: June Nash (City University New York)|
|Fragmentation and the Recomposition of Civil Society|
|When Networks Don't Work: Marc Edelman (City University New York)|
|The State and the Right Wing: The Village Scout Movement in Thailand|
|Gender, Citizenship, and the Politics of Identity|
|Activism and Class Identity: The Saturn Auto Factory Case|
|Secularization and Fundamentalist Reactions|
|Print Islam: Media and Religious Revolution in Afghanistan|
|Local Islam Gone Global: The Roots of Religious Militancy in Egypt and its Transnational Transformation|
|Nationalism and Militarism in West Papua: Institutional Power, Interpretive Practice, and the Pursuit of Christian Truth|
|The Sarvodaya Movement's Vision of Peace and a Dharmic Civil Society|
|Deterritorialization and the Politics of Place|
|Ethnic Resurgence: Autonomy Movements against Deterritorialization|
|Resiliance of Nationalism in a Global Era: Megaprojects in Mexico's South|
|The Politics of Place: Legislation, Civil Society and the 'Restoration" of the Florida Everglades|
|"Land, Water, and Truth": San Identity and Global Indigenism|
|Privatization, Individualization, and Global Cosmopolitanism|
|The Fair Trade Movement: Changing the Rules of Trade with Global Partnership|
|"The Water is Ours, Carajo!": Deep Citizenship in Bolivia's Water War|
|From the Cosmopolitan to the Personal: Women's Mobilization with Respect to HIV/AIDS|
|Political Organization among Indigenous Women of the Amazonia|
|At Home in the World: Women's Activism in Hyderabad, India|