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Non-State Violent Actors and Social Movement Organizations : Influence, Adaptation, and Change

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Non-State Violent Actors and Social Movement Organizations : Influence, Adaptation, and Change
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Non-State Violent Actors and Social Movement Organizations
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Influence, Adaptation, and Change
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eng
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This volume focusses on non-state actors and political conflicts but also attends to the broader themes of the series. The research emphases the roles and motivations of non-state actors in conflicts or post-conflict situations in the post-Cold War era; as well outlining the dynamics of social movements, conflicts, or change
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Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change
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v.41
Non-State Violent Actors and Social Movement Organizations : Influence, Adaptation, and Change
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Non-State Violent Actors and Social Movement Organizations : Influence, Adaptation, and Change
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  • Front Cover -- Non-State Violent Actors and Social Movement Organizations: Influence, Adaptation, and Change -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Section I. Non-State Actors: Influence and Adaptation in Conflict Environments -- Section II. Non-State Actors: Challengers and Change -- References -- Section I: Non-State Actors: Influence and Adaptation in Conflict Environments -- Hostile Countermobilization and Political Violence: Loyalist Contention and Radicalization in Northern Ireland, 1968-1969 -- Historical Context -- Countermobilization and Political Violence -- Data and Methods -- Hostile Countermobilization in Northern Ireland -- Nonviolent Interactions -- Violent Interactions -- Socialization into Violence -- Mechanisms of Radicalization -- Object Shift -- Tactical Codependency -- Discussion and Conclusions -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Killing the Movement: How Islam Became a Rival of Ethnic Movement in Turkey, 1991-2002 -- Countermovement Studies -- Movement Repression and Political Support -- Initial Movement Strength -- The Turkish Setting -- Kurdish Movement -- Hizbullah as Countermovement -- Data and Methods -- Ethnic Vote -- Disaggregation: Finding the Mechanism at Work -- Independent Variables -- Findings -- Killing the Movement? -- Accounting for Other Dynamics of Movement Support -- Discussion and Conclusions -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix A -- Variable Descriptions and Sources -- Ethnic Vote (continuous) -- Countermovement Killings (count) -- Islamist Vote (continuous) -- Agricultural Productivity (continuous) -- Mechanization in Agriculture (continuous) -- Protests (count) -- Insurgent Attacks (count) -- Incumbency Advantage (continuous) -- College Education (continuous, logged) -- Unemployment (continuous)
  • Political Participation (continuous) -- Municipal Population (continuous) -- Ethnic Dominance (binary) -- Appendix B -- Appendix C -- Forms of Activism -- Patterns of Violence Directed against Civilians in Small Ethnic Enclaves during War in Iraq (2003-2009) -- Introduction -- Micro-Level Dynamics of Contention: Security Concerns, Control of Territory and Relational Approaches to Conflict -- Location and Characteristics of Iraqi Enclave Communities in Ninewa Province -- The Yazidis -- The Chaldo-Assyrians of the Ninewa Plain -- The Turkmen -- Insurgent Forces in Ninewa Province and Anbar Province -- Incumbent Forces in Ninewa Province and Anbar Province -- Research Questions -- Methods -- Iraq Body Count Fatality Data -- The Unit of Analysis: Attacks Killing Civilians -- Defining Ethnic Enclaves -- Independent Variable: Control of a Community -- Dependent Variable: Civilian Fatalities -- Dependent Variable: Types of Attacks Used against Civilians -- Measures -- Findings -- The Turkmen Enclave: Using Indiscriminate Violence to Control a Small City -- The Christian Communities of the Ninewa Plain: "Islands" of Stability -- The Yazidis of Sinjar: Extraordinary Indiscriminate Violence -- Conclusion and Postscript -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Oil Ownership and Domestic Terrorism -- Introduction -- Natural Resources and Conflict -- Analysis -- Dependent Variable -- Independent Variables -- Oil Rents -- Regime Characteristics -- Control Variables -- Zero-Inflated Variable -- Modeling -- Results -- Conclusions -- Notes -- References -- Appendix -- Movement Structure in an Authoritarian Regime: A Network Analysis of the Women's and Student Movements in Iran -- The Emergence of Contention -- Social Movement Organizations and Structure -- Methods -- Collecting Network Data -- Analyzing Network Data -- Results and Analysis
  • Khatami's Administration: Limited Political Opportunities (1997 through 2004) -- The Student Movement -- Segmentation -- Reticulation -- Authority -- The Women's Movement -- Segmentation -- Reticulation -- Authority -- Ahmadinejad's Administration: Closed Political Opportunities, Increased Repression (2005-2008) -- The Student Movement -- Segmentation -- Reticulation -- Authority -- The Women's Movement -- Segmentation -- Reticulation -- Authority -- Conclusions -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Protests or Parliaments: The Politics of Deinstitutionalization and the Mobilization of the Palestinian Citizens of Israel -- Traditional Approaches to the Study of Ethnic Mobilization -- Contentious Politics and the Dynamics of Ethno-Nationalist Mobilization: The Institutional Spectrum -- The Ethno-Nationalist Deinstitutionalization of Palestinian Citizens of Israel 1948-2000 -- The Al Ard Affair 1960-1965 -- Land Day 1976 -- The Events of October 2000: Ethno-Nationalist Deinstitutionalization -- Discussion and Conclusion: Palestinian Deinstitutionalization and the Institutional Spectrum of Ethnic Contention -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- When Does Repression Trigger Mass Protest? The 2013 Gezi Protests -- Repression and Dissent: A Perception-Based Approach -- Political Fragmentation before the Gezi Protests -- Research Design and Data Collection -- Waves of Protest in the Gezi Movement -- From a Single-Cause Event into a Mass Movement -- Scale Shift: State Repression over an Innocent Protest Event -- Boundary Deactivation: Protest Experience and Perception of the Other -- Discussion and Alternative Explanations -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix: Demographic Profile of Respondents -- Section II: Non-State Actors: Challengers and Change
  • Targeting Culture: Feminist Legal Activists and Critical Community Tactics -- Targeting Culture: Theorizing Collective Actors' Influence on Cultural Change -- Formulating an Alternative and Oppositional Framework of Ideas -- Constructing (and Reconstructing) Forums -- Broadening the Feminist Community -- Data and Methods -- Findings -- Law School Culture prior to Feminist Mobilizing -- Feminist Mobilization within Law Schools -- Student Organizations -- "Women and the Law" Courses -- Conferences -- Case Law Books, Scholarly Books, and Law Review Journals -- Conclusion: Achieving Cultural Change -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Recruiting Inclusiveness: Intersectionality, Social Movements, and Youth Online -- Introduction -- Intersectionality and Social Movement Organizations -- Social Movement Recruitment -- SMOs and Intersectionality -- From Differential Recruitment and Frame Bridging to Intersectional Recruitment and Identity Bridging -- Identities in Formation: Mobilizing Young People -- Data -- Results -- Intersectionality and SMO-Affiliated Websites -- Intersectionality and Movements -- Intersectionality and Movement SMOs -- Intersectionality and Implied Identities -- Intersectionality and Implied Identities on SMO-Sponsored Sites -- Discussion and Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- About the Authors -- Index
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