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The Rebellious Century, 1830-1930.

R. J. Holton, +3 more
- 01 May 1976 - 
- Vol. 29, Iss: 2, pp 342
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This article is published in The Economic History Review.The article was published on 1976-05-01. It has received 58 citations till now.

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Was it Worth the Effort? The Outcomes and Consequences of Social Movements

TL;DR: In this article, the authors focus on the cultural and institutional effects of social movements and the indirect and unintended consequences produced by these movements, focusing on the effectiveness of disruptive and violent actions and the role of several organizational variables for movement success.
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Organizations and Movements

TL;DR: The most active and creative arenas of scholarly activity in the social sciences during the past four decades have been organizational studies (OS) and social movement analysis (SM), both of which have been intellectually lively and vigorous in spite of the fact that scholars in both camps began their projects during the early 1960s on relatively barren soil.
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Concessions, repression, and political protest in the Iranian revolution

TL;DR: The authors affirme que cette situation ambivalente resulte d'une combinaison d'effets dissuasifs and stimulant la mobilisation, affirming que the repression quand elle est jugee illegitime contribue a discrediter le pouvoir en place.
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Political processes and local newspaper coverage of protest events : From selection bias to triadic interactions

TL;DR: This paper examined the interaction of political process, news value, and news routine factors in news coverage of protest versus other message events, and found that protest forms were covered less when the legislature was in session, while other forms (largely ceremonies and speeches) were covered more.
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The war at home: antiwar protests and congressional voting, 1965 to 1973

TL;DR: In this article, the relationship between antiwar protests and congressional voting on war-related roll calls during the Vietnam era was analyzed using protest event data coded from The New York Times and counts of roll call votes generated from congressional voting data.
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Was it Worth the Effort? The Outcomes and Consequences of Social Movements

TL;DR: In this article, the authors focus on the cultural and institutional effects of social movements and the indirect and unintended consequences produced by these movements, focusing on the effectiveness of disruptive and violent actions and the role of several organizational variables for movement success.
Book ChapterDOI

Organizations and Movements

TL;DR: The most active and creative arenas of scholarly activity in the social sciences during the past four decades have been organizational studies (OS) and social movement analysis (SM), both of which have been intellectually lively and vigorous in spite of the fact that scholars in both camps began their projects during the early 1960s on relatively barren soil.
Journal ArticleDOI

Concessions, repression, and political protest in the Iranian revolution

TL;DR: The authors affirme que cette situation ambivalente resulte d'une combinaison d'effets dissuasifs and stimulant la mobilisation, affirming que the repression quand elle est jugee illegitime contribue a discrediter le pouvoir en place.
Journal ArticleDOI

Political processes and local newspaper coverage of protest events : From selection bias to triadic interactions

TL;DR: This paper examined the interaction of political process, news value, and news routine factors in news coverage of protest versus other message events, and found that protest forms were covered less when the legislature was in session, while other forms (largely ceremonies and speeches) were covered more.
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The war at home: antiwar protests and congressional voting, 1965 to 1973

TL;DR: In this article, the relationship between antiwar protests and congressional voting on war-related roll calls during the Vietnam era was analyzed using protest event data coded from The New York Times and counts of roll call votes generated from congressional voting data.