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Protest, reform, and revolt; a reader in social movements, edited by Joseph R. Gusfield.


New York, Wiley [1970] .
ISBN , 0471336858

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Subjects Changement social.
Mouvements sociaux.
Politische Soziologie.
Protest movements.
Sociale bewegingen.
Sozialer Wandel.
Description xiv, 576 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents A Definition of the Subject -- Differential Responses to Social Change -- Toward a Reconsideration of Abolitionists / David Donald -- English Education and Indian Nationalism / Bruce McCully -- Fascism -- Left, Right, and Center / Seymour Martin Lipset -- Analysis of Counter-Revolution / Charles Tilly -- The Old Regime and the French Revolution / Alexis de Tocqueville -- Rejections of the Social Order and their Direction -- Modernization and its Discontents : Japan's Little Utopias / David W. Plath -- The Pre-Industrial Crow / George Rude -- The Historical Climate of Reform / Arthur M. Schlesinger Sr -- The Myth of the Revolution / Raymond Avon -- The Negro Protest in Urban America / Michael Lewis -- The Lower Classes and the Democratic Revolution / Reinhard Bendix -- Open Letter on White Justice and the Riots / Lee Rainwater -- Students and Politics / Philip G. Altbach -- The Professionalization of Reform / Daniel Patrick Moynihan -- Institutional Vulnerability in Mass Society / Philip Selznick -- The Crisis of May-June 1960 -- A Case Study in Japanese Politics / Robert Scalapino and Masumi Junnosuke -- Public Protest and the Political Process in India / David H. Bayley -- The Development of Collective Meanings -- The Development of a Strike / Bernard Karsh -- Collective Protest in Relocation Centers / Norman R. Jackman -- Some Ecological Aspects of Negro Slum Riots / Michel McCall -- The Legitmation of Protest: A Comparative Study in Labor History / Gaston V. Rimlinger -- Dramatic Encounters / Orrin Klapp -- Ideology -- Particular and Total / Karl Mannhein -- Small Businessmen, Political Tolerance, and Support for McCarthy / Martin Trow -- The Experimental Utopia in America / Maren Lockwood Carden -- Pursuit of the Millennium : The Relation Between Religious and Social Change / Yonina Talmon -- What is to be Done? / V.I. Lenin -- Who are the True Believers? -- A Tentative Typology of the Motivations of Civil Rights Activists / August Meier -- The Band of Political Radicals / Michael Walzer -- Some Contigencies of Collective Action -- The Churches of the Disinherited / H. Richard Niebuhr -- Social Movement Organizations : Growth, Decay and Change / Mayer N. Zald and Roberta Ash -- Defection in the Communist Party / Gabriel Almond -- What Happend to the Antitrust Movement? / Richard Hofstadter.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)56243
(OCoLC)ocm00056243
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WorldCat Identities Gusfield, Joseph R., 1923-
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