Social Movements, 1768-2004
Charles Tilly, Director Center for Studies of Social Change and Professor of History and Sociology Charles Tilly, PhD
Paradigm Publishers, 2004 - History - 194 pages
Westerners invented social movements during the 18th century, but after that social movements became vehicles of popular politics across the world. By locating social movements in history, prize-winning social scientist Charles Tilly provides rich and often surprising insights into the origins of contemporary social movement practices, relations of social movements to democratization, and likely futures for social movements.
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