23 New Trends and Theoretical Approach in the Field of Social Mobilizations and Social Change

Wednesday, August 1, 2012: 9:00 AM-10:30 AM
OB 38 (Faculty of Economics)

RC48 Social Movements, Collective Actions and Social Change (host committee)
RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements
Session Organizer:
Benjamín TEJERINA, University of the Basque Country, Spain
Emergence of a global social movement: World says no to inequality (Oral Presentation)
Simin FADAEE, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany

Distributive grievances and socio-political blockages: The role of middle-class youth in the Israeli social protest movement (Oral Presentation)
Zeev ROSENHEK, The Open University of Israel, Israel; Michael SHALEV, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

21st-century collective movements (Oral Presentation)
Antimo Luigi FARRO, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

Globalization and social movements in the last decade: De-coupling internationalization and institutionalization? (Oral Presentation)
Geoffrey PLEYERS, FNRS/UC Louvain & CADIS/EHESS, Belgium

State violence against protesters in Turkey (Distributed Paper)

Seeking for social change, struggling for culture: Collaborative creation as political action and moral orders in the case of free culture movement (Distributed Paper)
Elisenda ARDÈVOL, Internet Interdisciplinary Institute, Spain; Débora LANZENI, Internet Interdisciplinary Institute, Spain

Articulations among collective actions (Distributed Paper)
Graciela DI MARCO, Center of Studies on Democratization and Human Rights (CEDEHU).Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Argentina