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Occupy-Type Protests in Comparative Perspective. Part I

Tuesday, July 15, 2014: 8:30 AM-10:20 AM
Room: 418
RC48 Social Movements, Collective Actions and Social Change (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizers:
Ruth MILKMAN, City University of New York, USA and Michael SHALEV, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Chair:
Stephanie LUCE, City University of New York, USA
We Are The People! Street Demonstrations As a Means Of Communication (Oral Presentation)
Bert KLANDERMANS, VU-University, Netherlands; Jacquelien VAN STEKELENBURG, VU-University, Netherlands

Who Participates in Encompassing Protests and Why Does It Matter? Israel and Spain in 2011 (Oral Presentation)
Michael SHALEV, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Gezi Uprising in a Macro-Comparative Perspective (Oral Presentation)
Sahan Savas KARATASLI, Johns Hopkins University, USA; Sefika KUMRAL, Johns Hopkins University, USA

A Transnational Movement In Local Context The Occupy Movement In Germany (Oral Presentation)
Oliver NACHTWEY, University of Trier, Germany; Ulrich BRINKMANN, University of Trier, Germany

Dissatisfied But Not Enough Israeli Protest Of Summer 2011 (Oral Presentation)
Tamar HERMANN, The Open University of Israel, Israel