Protest Cultures

Protest Cultures : A Companion

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Protest is a ubiquitous and richly varied social phenomenon, one that finds expression not only in modern social movements and political organizations but also in grassroots initiatives, individual action, and creative works. It constitutes a distinct cultural domain, one whose symbolic content is regularly deployed by media and advertisers, among other actors. Yet within social movement scholarship, such cultural considerations have been comparatively neglected. Protest Cultures: A Companion dramatically expands the analytical perspective on protest beyond its political and sociological aspects. It combines cutting-edge synthetic essays with concise, accessible case studies on a remarkable array of protest cultures, outlining key literature and future lines of inquiry.
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  • Hardback | 568 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 33.02mm | 925g
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1785331485
  • 9781785331480

Table of contents

List of Figures
List of Tables
Tables
Acknowledgments

Introduction
Kathrin Fahlenbrach, Martin Klimke, and Joachim Scharloth

PART I: PERSPECTIVES ON PROTEST

Chapter 1. Protest in Social Movements
Donatella Della Porta

Chapter 2. Protest Cultures in Social Movements: Dimensions and Functions
Dieter Rucht

Chapter 3. Protest in the Research on Sub- and Countercultures
Rupa Huq

Chapter 4. Protest as Symbolic Politics
Jana Guenther

Chapter 5. Protest and Lifestyle
Nick Crossley

Chapter 6. Protest as Artistic Expression
T.V. Reed

Chapter 7. Protest as a Media Phenomenon
Kathrin Fahlenbrach

PART II: MORPHOLOGY OF PROTEST

Chapter 8. Ideologies/Cognitive Orientation
Ruth Kinna

Chapter 9. Frames and Framing Processes
David A. Snow

Chapter 10. Cultural Memory
Lorena Anton

Chapter 11. Narratives
Jakob Tanner

Chapter 12. Utopia
Laurence Davis

Chapter 13. Identity
Natalia Ruiz-Junco and Scott Hunt

Chapter 14. Emotions
Deborah B. Gould

Chapter 15. Commitment
Catherine Corrigall-Brown

PART III: MORPHOLOGY OF PROTEST

Chapter 16. Body
Andrea Pabst

Chapter 17. Dance as Protest
Eva Aymami Rene

Chapter 18. Violence/Militancy
Lorenzo Bosi

Chapter 19. The Role of Humor in Protest Cultures
Marjolein 't Hart

Chapter 20. Fashion in Social Movements
Nicole Doerr

Chapter 21. Action's Design
Tali Hatuka

Chapter 22. Alternative Media
Alice Mattoni

Chapter 23. Graffiti
Johannes Stahl

Chapter 24. Posters and Placards
Sascha Demarmels

Chapter 25. Images and Imagery of Protest
Kathrin Fahlenbrach

Chapter 26. Typography and Text Design
Juergen Spitzmueller

Chapter 27. Political Music and Protest Song
Beate Kutschke

PART IV: MORPHOLOGY OF PROTEST: DOMANIS OF PROTEST ACTIONS

Chapter 28. The Public Sphere
Simon Teune

Chapter 29. Public Space
Tali Hatuka

Chapter 30. Everyday Life
Anna Schober

Chapter 31. Cyber Space
Paul G. Nixon and Rajash Rawal

PART V: MORPHOLOGY OF PROTEST: RE-PRESENTATION OF PROTEST

Chapter 32. Witness and Testimony
Eric G. Waggoner

Chapter 33. Media Coverage
Andy Opel

Chapter 34. Archives
Hanno Balz

PART VI: PRAGMATICS OF PROTEST: PROTEST PRACTICES

Chapter 35. Uttering
Constanze Spiess

Chapter 36. Street Protest
Matthias Reiss

Chapter 37. Insult and Devaluation
John Michael Roberts

Chapter 38. Public Debating
Mary E. Triece

Chapter 39. Media Campaigning
Johanna Niesyto

Chapter 40. Theatrical Protest
Dorothea Kraus

Chapter 41. Movie/Cinema
Anna Schober

Chapter 42. Civil Disobedience
Helena Flam and Asa Wettergren

Chapter 43. Creating Temporary Autonomous Zones
Freia Anders

Chapter 44. Mummery
Sebastian Haunss

Chapter 45. Recontextualization of Signs and Fakes
David Eugster

Chapter 46. Clandestinity
Gilda Zwerman

Chapter 47. Violence/Destruction
Peter Sitzer and Wilhelm Heitmeyer

PART VIII: PRAGMATICS OF PROTEST: REACTIONS TO PROTEST ACTIONS

Chapter 48. Political and Institutional Confrontation
Lorenzo Bosi and Katrin Uba

Chapter 49. Suppression of Protest
Brian Martin

Chapter 50. Cultural Conflicts in the Discursive Fields
Nick Crossley

Chapter 51. Assimilation of Protest Codes: Advertisement and Mainstream Culture
Rudi Maier

Chapter 52. Corporate Reactions
Veronika Kneip

PART VIII: PRAGMATICS OF PROTEST: LONG-TERM CONSEQUENCES

Chapter 53. Biographical Impact
Marco Giugni

Chapter 54. Changing Gender Roles
Kristina Schulz

Chapter 55. Founding of Milieus
Michael Vester

Chapter 56. Diffusion of Symbolic Forms
Dieter Rucht

Chapter 57. Political Correctness
Sabine Elsner-Petri

Index
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About Kathrin Fahlenbrach

Kathrin Fahlenbrach is Professor of Media Studies at the University of Hamburg, Germany. She is the author of Audiovisual Metaphors: Embodied and Affective Aesthetics of Film and Television (2010) and co-editor of Media and Revolt: Strategies and Performances from the 1960s to the Present (2014).

Martin Klimke is Associate Professor at New York University Abu Dhabi. He is the author of The Other Alliance: Global Protest and Student Unrest in West Germany and the US, 1962-1972 (2010) and co-author of A Breath of Freedom: The Civil Rights Struggle, African-American GIs, and Germany (2010).

Joachim Scharloth is a Professor at School of International Liberal Studies at Waseda University, Japan. His publications include 1968 in Europe: A History of Protest and Activism, 1956-1977 (2008) and Between Prague Spring and French May: Opposition and Revolt in Europe, 1960-1980 (2011), both co-edited with Martin Klimke.
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