Media Practices And Protest Politics

Author: Alice Mattoni
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317098765
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Media Practices And Protest Politics from the Author: Alice Mattoni. How do precarious workers employed in call-centres, universities, the fashion industry and many other labour markets organise, struggle and communicate to become recognised, influential political subjects? "Media Practices and Protest Politics; How Precarious Workers Mobilise" reveals the process by which individuals at the margins of the labour market and excluded from the welfare state communicate and struggle outside the realm of institutional politics to gain recognition in the political sphere. In this important and thought provoking work Alice Mattoni suggests an all-encompassing approach to understanding grassroots political communication in contemporary societies. Using original examples from precarious workers mobilizations in Italy she explores a range of activist media practices and compares different categories of media technologies, organizations and outlets from the printed press to web application and from mainstream to alternative media. Explaining how activists perceive and understand the media environment in which they are embedded the book discusses how they must interact with a diverse range of media professionals and technologies and considers how mainstream, radical left-wing and alternative media represent protests. Media Practices and Protest Politics offers important insights for understanding mechanisms and patterns of visibility in struggles for recognition and redistribution in post-democratic societies and provides a valuable contribution to the field of political communication and social movement studies.

Media Practices And Protest Politics

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Media Practices And Protest Politics from the Author: . How do precarious workers employed in call-centres, universities, the fashion industry and many other labour markets organise, struggle and communicate to become recognised, influential political subjects? "Media Practices and Protest Politics; How Precarious Workers Mobilise" reveals the process by which individuals at the margins of the labour market and excluded from the welfare state communicate and struggle outside the realm of institutional politics to gain recognition in the political sphere. In this important and thought provoking work Alice Mattoni suggests an all-encompassing approach to understanding grassroots political communication in contemporary societies. Using original examples from precarious workers mobilizations in Italy she explores a range of activist media practices and compares different categories of media technologies, organizations and outlets from the printed press to web application and from mainstream to alternative media. Explaining how activists perceive and understand the media environment in which they are embedded the book discusses how they must interact with a diverse range of media professionals and technologies and considers how mainstream, radical left-wing and alternative media represent protests. Media Practices and Protest Politics offers important insights for understanding mechanisms and patterns of visibility in struggles for recognition and redistribution in post-democratic societies and provides a valuable contribution to the field of political communication and social movement studies.

Spreading Protest

Author: Donatella della Porta
Publisher: ECPR Press
ISBN: 1910259209
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Spreading Protest from the Author: Donatella della Porta . Which elements do the Arab Spring, the Indignados and Occupy Wall Street have in common? How do they differ? What do they share with social movements of the past? This book discusses the recent wave of global mobilisations from an unusual angle, explaining what aspects of protests spread from one country to another, how this happened, and why diffusion occurred in certain contexts but not in others. In doing this, the book casts light on the more general mechanisms of protest diffusion in contemporary societies, explaining how mobilisations travel from one country to another and, also, from past to present times. Bridging different fields of the social sciences, and covering a broad range of empirical cases, this book develops new theoretical perspectives.

Sorge K Mpfe

Author: Ingrid Artus
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ISBN: 9783899657661
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Sorge K Mpfe from the Author: Ingrid Artus.

Direkte Aktion

Author: David Graeber
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ISBN: 9783894017750
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Direkte Aktion from the Author: David Graeber.

Absoluter Gegensto

Author: Slavoj ┼Żi┼żek
Publisher: S. Fischer Verlag
ISBN: 3104034133
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Absoluter Gegensto from the Author: Slavoj ┼Żi┼żek. Der bekannte Philosoph und Kulturkritiker Slavoj ┼Żi┼żek schlie├čt mit seinem neuen Buch ÔÇ║Absoluter Gegensto├č. Versuch einer Neubegr├╝ndung des dialektischen MaterialismusÔÇ╣ an seine umfangreiche Hegel-Neudeutung ÔÇ║Weniger als NichtsÔÇ╣ aus dem Jahr 2014 an. Ausgehend von Hegel unternimmt er nichts weniger als eine Neubestimmung des philosophischen Materialismus: In drei Teilen entfaltet er sein Vorhaben, Hegels Begriff des absoluten Gegensto├čes zu einem allgemeinen ontologischen Prinzip zu erheben. Ausgehend von einer kritischen Lekt├╝re Badious und Althussers ├╝ber eine Auseinandersetzung mit dem HegelÔÇÖschen Absoluten skizziert ┼Żi┼żek die Grundz├╝ge einer Ontologie des ┬╗den┬ź, des ┬╗Weniger-als-nichts┬ź, um eine neue Grundlegung des dialektischen Materialismus zu formulieren. Ein so aufregender wie zentraler Beitrag zur zeitgen├Âssischen Philosophie, mit Witz und Verve vorgetragen.

Radikale Milieus

Author: Stefan Malthaner
Publisher: Campus Verlag
ISBN: 3593395991
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Radikale Milieus from the Author: Stefan Malthaner. Terrorismus ist eine Gewaltstrategie von Gruppen, die versuchen, mit Anschl├Ągen aus dem Untergrund Angst zu verbreiten und Aufmerksamkeit zu erregen. Diese Gruppen sind jedoch nicht sozial isoliert, sondern stehen in einem sozialen Umfeld, dem ┬╗radikalen Milieu┬ź, das mit ihnen sympathisiert und auf dessen Unterst├╝tzung sie angewiesen sind. Wie dieses Umfeld und seine Beziehung zu terroristischen Gruppen beschaffen ist und welche Wechselwirkungen bestehen, ist bislang wenig bekannt. Der Band bietet erstmals empirische Fallstudien zu historischen und aktuellen radikalen Milieus, die vom anarchistischen Terrorismus des 19. Jahrhunderts ├╝ber ethnisch-radikale und sozialrevolution├Ąre Bewegungen bis hin zum aktuellen Rechtsterrorismus und zum islamistischen Terrorismus in Europa sowie dem Nahen und Mittleren Osten reichen.

Uni Brennt

Author: Stefan Heissenberger
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ISBN: 9783851326123
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Uni Brennt from the Author: Stefan Heissenberger.