Strategies for Social Change offers a concise definition of strategy and a framework for differentiating between strategies. Specific chapters address microlevel decision-making processes and creativity, coalition building in Northern Ireland, nonviolent strategies for challenging repressive regimes, identity politics, GLBT rights, the Christian right in Canada and the U.S., land struggles in Brazil and India, movement-media publicity, and corporate social movement organizations.
Subjects: Political Science
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