- Author:Byron A. Miller
- Publisher:Univ Of Minnesota Press; First edition edition (June 13, 2000)
- Pages:224 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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Geography and social movements: Comparing antinuclear activism in the Boston area. Many paths forward: thoughts on geography and social movements. Political Geography 7 (20), 935-940, 2001. U of Minnesota Press, 2000. Space and contentious politics. Mobilization: An International Quarterly 8 (2), 143-156, 2003. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 32 (1), 116-125, 2007.
Geography and Social Movements corrects this oversight, bringing a geographical perspective to the study of social movements. This article uses social-movement theory to analyze how neighborhood organizations portray activism as grounded in a particular place and scale
Geography and Social Movements: Comparing Antinuclear Activism in the Boston Area. This article uses social-movement theory to analyze how neighborhood organizations portray activism as grounded in a particular place and scale. I apply the concept of collective-action frames to a case study of four organizations in a single neighborhood in St. Paul, Minnesota. Using organizational documents such as annual reports, comprehensive plans, and flyers, I present a discourse analysis of the ways that organizations describe their goals and agenda.
Byron A. Miller directly addresses the implications of space, place, and scale in social movement mobilization, and then demonstrates . Miller directly addresses the implications of space, place, and scale in social movement mobilization, and then demonstrates their significance in a d. . Series: Social Movements, Protest, and Contention.
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In focusing on the Boston area -- an old northeastern region, heavily industrialized with many companies working on military contracts, and also a center of education -- Miller is able to explore how campaigns aimed at curbing nuclear arms operate within the cultural, political, social, and economic confines of particular places and spaces. He shows how the decisions and actions of local peace movement organizations played a central role in the movement's successes and failures, and how local organizations had to respond to the differing class, race, and gender characteristics of different locales. Miller's empirical analysis clearly demonstrates that geographic strategies for social movement organizations have direct consequences for the successes and failures of specific campaigns.