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Narratives of identity in social movements, conflicts and change, Landon E. Hancock, editor

Label
Narratives of identity in social movements, conflicts and change
Title
Narratives of identity in social movements, conflicts and change
Statement of responsibility
Landon E. Hancock, editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This volume focuses on analyses of identity and narratives of identity in conflict outbreaks, dynamics, resolution and/or post-conflict peacebuilding and transitional justice
Member of
Dewey number
303.48/4
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1964-
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Hancock, Landon E.
Series statement
Research in social movements, conflicts and change
Series volume
v. 40
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  • Social movements
  • Identity (Philosophical concept)
  • Social conflict
  • Change
Label
Narratives of identity in social movements, conflicts and change, Landon E. Hancock, editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Front Cover; Narratives of Identity in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Foreword; Introduction: Narrative, Identity, and Social Movement Activism; References; Section I: Narratives of Identity; "Survivors get gacaca, we get nothing:" Constructing Victimhood in Rwanda; Methodology; Reconciliation and Gacaca; Gacaca; Conclusion; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; Speak Up, Write Out: Language and Populism in Croatia; Introduction; Theoretical Framework; Official Use of Language in Croatia; The Context of Vukovar
  • Anti-Cyrillic Protests in VukovarConclusion; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; It Can Be Helped: Survivor Docent Testimony at the Japanese American National Museum; Addressing Silence through the Dialogic Practices of the Japanese American National Museum; Introducing Internment; Introducing the Museum; Museums as Sites of Restorative Justice; On Testimony; Articulating Narratives: Testimony as Personal; Testimony as Social and Political; Deconstructing Survivors and Victims; Applications for Museums and Transitional Justice; Conclusions; Notes; Acknowledgments; References
  • Using the Human Rights Framework as a Mobilizing Tool. The Case of Indigenous Women's Movements in Post-Conflict GuatemalaIntroduction; Indigenous Women's Mobilization during Conflict; Theoretical Perspectives; Social Movement Spillover; Localizing Human Rights; Fieldwork Methodology; The Indigenous Experience-Based Feminism of Kaqla; Goal and Premises; Kaqla's Work in Practice; Using Women's Own Frames of Reference; Mobilizing Around Internalized Oppression; Integrating Different Spheres of Women's Lives; Theoretical Relevance of Experience-Based Indigenous Feminism
  • Social Movement SpilloverLocalizing Human Rights; Conclusion; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; Section II: Conflict and Change in Social Movement Expression; Opportunity, Threat, and Tactics: Collaboration and Confrontation by Latino Immigrant Challengers; Devolution, the Failure of Reform and Local Immigrant Organizing; Political Opportunity, Threat, and Protest Tactics; Political Opportunity; Threat; Tactics; Contribution; Methodology; Comparative Ethnography; Interviews; Sampling; Contestation in the City: Protest in Immigrant California
  • "Con los balazos:" North City March Calling for an End to Police Killings, Police Chief's OusterCampaign to Halt Car Impoundments: A Community Forum with the South City Police Chief; Threat, Opportunity, and Tactics in Comparative Perspective; Conclusion; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; Time to Get Re-Organized! The Structure of the Portuguese Anti-Austerity Protests; Introduction; Methods; Theoretical Context; Strategic Choice; Values and Normative Commitments; (Potential) Alliances and Participants; The Transnational Dimension
Control code
ocn957317820
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781786350770
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)957317820
Label
Narratives of identity in social movements, conflicts and change, Landon E. Hancock, editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Front Cover; Narratives of Identity in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Foreword; Introduction: Narrative, Identity, and Social Movement Activism; References; Section I: Narratives of Identity; "Survivors get gacaca, we get nothing:" Constructing Victimhood in Rwanda; Methodology; Reconciliation and Gacaca; Gacaca; Conclusion; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; Speak Up, Write Out: Language and Populism in Croatia; Introduction; Theoretical Framework; Official Use of Language in Croatia; The Context of Vukovar
  • Anti-Cyrillic Protests in VukovarConclusion; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; It Can Be Helped: Survivor Docent Testimony at the Japanese American National Museum; Addressing Silence through the Dialogic Practices of the Japanese American National Museum; Introducing Internment; Introducing the Museum; Museums as Sites of Restorative Justice; On Testimony; Articulating Narratives: Testimony as Personal; Testimony as Social and Political; Deconstructing Survivors and Victims; Applications for Museums and Transitional Justice; Conclusions; Notes; Acknowledgments; References
  • Using the Human Rights Framework as a Mobilizing Tool. The Case of Indigenous Women's Movements in Post-Conflict GuatemalaIntroduction; Indigenous Women's Mobilization during Conflict; Theoretical Perspectives; Social Movement Spillover; Localizing Human Rights; Fieldwork Methodology; The Indigenous Experience-Based Feminism of Kaqla; Goal and Premises; Kaqla's Work in Practice; Using Women's Own Frames of Reference; Mobilizing Around Internalized Oppression; Integrating Different Spheres of Women's Lives; Theoretical Relevance of Experience-Based Indigenous Feminism
  • Social Movement SpilloverLocalizing Human Rights; Conclusion; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; Section II: Conflict and Change in Social Movement Expression; Opportunity, Threat, and Tactics: Collaboration and Confrontation by Latino Immigrant Challengers; Devolution, the Failure of Reform and Local Immigrant Organizing; Political Opportunity, Threat, and Protest Tactics; Political Opportunity; Threat; Tactics; Contribution; Methodology; Comparative Ethnography; Interviews; Sampling; Contestation in the City: Protest in Immigrant California
  • "Con los balazos:" North City March Calling for an End to Police Killings, Police Chief's OusterCampaign to Halt Car Impoundments: A Community Forum with the South City Police Chief; Threat, Opportunity, and Tactics in Comparative Perspective; Conclusion; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; Time to Get Re-Organized! The Structure of the Portuguese Anti-Austerity Protests; Introduction; Methods; Theoretical Context; Strategic Choice; Values and Normative Commitments; (Potential) Alliances and Participants; The Transnational Dimension
Control code
ocn957317820
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781786350770
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)957317820

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