Social Movements, Publics, and the Contentious Politics of the Future - Part I

Saturday, July 19, 2014: 12:30 PM-2:20 PM
Room: F206
RC07 Futures Research (host committee)

Language: English, Spanish and French

Session Organizers:
Markus S. SCHULZ, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, USA and Benjamín TEJERINA, Universidad del País Vasco, Spain
Tin-yuet TING, Univ Illinois, Urbana Champaign, USA and Federico SCHUSTER, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Framing Matters: Effective Framing and Movement Success (Oral Presentation)
Minyoung MOON, Vanderbilt University, USA

Cultural Artifacts in the Mexican Social Movement Sector: The Artifactualization of Performances and the Performativity of Artifacts in a Digital Age (Oral Presentation)
Ligia TAVERA FENOLLOSA, FLACSO, Mexico; Hank JOHNSTON, San Diego State University, USA

Internet-Facilitated Social Activism in Taiwan: Modes and Constraints (Oral Presentation)
Albert TZENG, International Inst Asian Studies, Netherlands; Jing-wen ZHANG, National Tsing-Hua University, Taiwan

Predicting Future Action Patterns Based on the Cultural Hypothesis about Repertoires of Contention (Oral Presentation)
Takeshi WADA, The University of Tokyo, Japan; Yoojin KOO, The University of Tokyo, Japan; Kayo HOSHINO, The University of Tokyo, Japan

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