The SAGE Handbook of Resistance

Editors: Courpasson, David and Vallas, Steven
Publication Year: 2016
Publisher: Sage UK

Single-User Purchase Price: $165.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $247.50
ISBN: 978-1-47-390643-3
Category: Social Sciences - Sociology
Image Count: 4
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

The SAGE Handbook of Resistance offers theoretical essays enabling readers to forge their own perspectives of what "is" resistance and emphasizes the empirical and experiential dimension of resistance - making strong choices in terms of how contemporary topics related to resistance help to rethink our societies as "protest societies".

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Table of Contents

  • List of Figures and Tables
  • Notes on the Editors and Contributors
  • Resistance Studies: A Critical Introduction
  • PART I FOUNDATIONS
  • 1 Globalization, Resistance, and Social Transformation - Jeffrey Juris and Marina Sitrin
  • 2 Emerging Subjectivity in Protest - Bob Kurik
  • 3 Islamism, Feminism, and Resistance: Rethinking the Arab Spring - Valentine M. Moghadam
  • 4 The Grand Refusal?: Struggling with Alternative Foucauldian InspiredApproaches to Resistance at Work - David Knights
  • 5 Resisting the 24/7 Work Ethic – Shifting Modes of Regulation and Refusal in Organized Employment - André Spicer and Peter Fleming
  • PART II SITES OF RESISTANCE
  • 6 The Body as a Site of Resistance - Erynn Masi de Casanova and Afshan Jafar
  • 7 The Complexities and Contradictions of Resistance: An Intersectional Perspective - Amanda M. Gengler
  • 8 Individual Constraint and Group Solidarity: Marginalized Mothers and the Paradox of Family Responsibility - Jillian Crocker
  • 9 Protecting Our Children: Paradoxes of Resistance in an Era of Neoliberal Education - Linda Blum and Shelley Kimelberg
  • 10 Resistance in Organizational Strategy-Making - Anniina Rantakari and Eero Vaara
  • 11 Prisons as Sites of Power/Resistance - Tammi Arford
  • PART III TECHNOLOGIES OF POWER AND RESISTANCE
  • 12 Recasting Community for Online Resisting Work - Felipe G. Massa
  • 13 Between Grassroots and ‘Astroturf': Understanding Mobilization fromthe Top-down - Edward T. Walker
  • 14 From Digital Tools to Political Infrastructure - Marianne Maeckelbergh
  • 15 Resisting the New: On Cooptation and the Organisational Conditions for Entrepreneurship - Daniel Hjorth
  • PART IV LANGUAGES OF RESISTANCE
  • 16 Musical Style, Youth Subcultures, and Cultural Resistance - Ryan Moore
  • 17 Graffiti as Infrapolitics: A Study of Visual Interventions of Resistance in San Francisco - Guillaume Marche
  • 18 Naming, Shaming, Changing the World - Gay Seidman
  • 19 Contesting Authority in a Moralized Market: The Case of a Catholic Hospital Unionization Campaign - Adam Reich
  • 20 Organizational Change and Resistance: An Identity Perspective - Sierk Ybema, Robyn Thomas and Cynthia Hardy
  • PART V GEOGRAPHIES OF RESISTANCE
  • 21 The World Social Forum and Global Resistance: The Trajectory of an Activist Open Space - Giuseppe Caruso
  • 22 Back to Work: Resisting Clientelism in a Poor Neighborhood of Buenos Aires - Pablo Fernández
  • 23 Bases of Governance and Forms of Resistance: The Case of Rural China - Xueguang Zhou and Yun Ai
  • 24 Resistance and its Pitfalls: Analyzing NGO and Civil Society Politics in Bangladesh - Lamia Karim
  • 25 Urban Gardening: Between Green Resistance and Ideological Instrument - Sandrine Baudry and Emeline Eudes