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Başlık:
Special issue social movements/legal possibilities
Dil:
English
ISBN:
9780857248268
Yayın Bilgileri:
Bingley, U.K. : Emerald, 2011.
Fiziksel Tanımlama:
1 online resource (259 p.) : ill.
Seri:
Studies in law, politics and society, v. 54

Studies in law, politics and society ; v. 54.
İçerik:
Two spinning wheels : studying law and social movements / Scott Barclay, Lynn C. Jones, Anna-Maria Marshall -- Decolonizing the law : LGBT organizing in Namibia and South Africa / Ashley Currier -- Social movements and the state's construction of identity : the case of Muslims in France / Jennifer Fredette -- Rejecting rights : the disability critique of physician assisted suicide / Katharina Heyer -- Social movements lashing back : law, social change and intra-social movement backlash in Canada / Lisa Vanhala -- Protest arrests and future protest participation : the 2004 Republican National Convention arrestees and the effects of repression / Jennifer Earl -- Convincing elites, controlling elites / Douglas NeJaime -- After 9/11 : Guantánamo and the mobilization of lawyers / Devyani Prabhat.
Özet:
Social movements provide the engine of legal change and law itself spurs social movement activity. This issue of Studies in Law, Politics and Society examines the legal life of social movements and their impact on law. The articles collected here take up social movements in several different nations, including France, South Africa and Canada, asking us to consider the way context is reflected in movement activities.
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Social movements provide the engine of legal change and law itself spurs social movement activity. This issue of "Studies in Law, Politics and Society" examines the legal life of social movements and their impact on law. The articles collected here take up social movements in several different nations, including France, South Africa and Canada, asking us to consider the way context is reflected in movement activities.