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Protest Politics and Social Movements

Considers the ways ordinary people participate in public politics, including the contentious performances, demonstrations, and campaigns designed to make collective claims on institutions and sites of power. Emphasizes how and why collective actions emerge and the impact they have as drivers of social change.

 

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