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ArtikelConfronting the State, the Corporation, and the Academy: The Influence of Institutional Targets on Social Movement Repertoires  
Oleh: Walker, Edward T. ; Martin, Andrew W. ; McCarthy, John D.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: AJS: American Journal of Sociology vol. 114 no. 01 (Jul. 2008), page 35-76.
Topik: Repertoires; Social Movement
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Isi artikelAnalysts have shown increased interest in how social movements use tactical repertoires strategically. While the state is most often the guarantor of new benefits, many movements—from labor to the environmental movement—target corporate, educational, and other institutions. Employing a unique data set of protests reported in the New York Times (1960–90), this research examines how repertoires are, in part, contingent on the institutional target a movement selects. In particular, the authors consider the role of each target’s vulnerabilities and its capacities for response—repression, facilitation, and routinization—as explanations for the degree of transgressive protest each target faces. The results provide strong evidence for considering targets as a central factor in shaping forms of social protest.
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