THE TRANSNATIONAL CONDITION
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THE TRANSNATIONAL CONDITION (ebook)

Editorial:
BERGHAHN BOOKS
ISBN:
9781845459710
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Chapter 1. The Transnational Condition. An Introduction
Simon Teune

MICRO LEVEL: TRANSNATIONAL ACTIVISTS AND ORGANIZATIONS

Chapter 2. Transnational versus National Activism. A Systematic Comparison of 'Transnationalists' and 'Nationalists' Participating in the 2006 European and Belgian Social Forums
Stefaan Walgrave and Jeroen van Laer

Chapter 3. How do Activists Experience Transnational Protest Events? The Case of Young Global Justice Activists from Germany and France
Ariane Jossin

MESO LEVEL: TRANSNATIONAL NETWORKS, TRANSNATIONAL PUBLIC SPHERES

Chapter 4. Public Spheres within Movements: Challenging the (Re)search for a European Public Sphere
Christoph Haug

Chapter 5. Exploring Cosmopolitan and Critical Europeanist Discourses in the ESF Process as a Transnational Public Space
Nicole Doerr

MACRO LEVEL: PROTEST AND SOCIETAL SYSTEMS

Chapter 6. Reinventing Europe. Social Movement Activists as Critical Europeanists
Donatella della Porta

Chapter 7. Porous Publics and Transnational Mobilization
Thomas Olesen

Chapter 8. Thinking about Transnational Diffusion and Cycles of Protest: The 1996-2005 Wave of Democratization in Eastern Europe
Tsveta Petrova

METHODOLOGY AND THEORY OF TRANSNATIONAL SOCIAL MOVEMENT RESEARCH

Chapter 9. National Constraints and Scale Shift in Current Transnational Activism
Marco Giugni, Marko Bandler, and Nina Eggert

Chapter 10. Individual Surveys in Rallies (INSURA). A New Tool for Exploring Transnational Activism?
Olivier Fillieule and Philippe Blanchard

Chapter 11. Prisoners of our Concepts: Liberating the Study of Social Movements
Jackie Smith and Rachel Kutz-Flamenbau

Bibliography
Index