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  • Author:
    Robert Press
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    9089647481
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    978-9089647481
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    Amsterdam University Press (July 16, 2015)
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    328 pages
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Protest and social movements protest and social movements 4. Robert M. Press. Press Ripples of Hope. This paper leads to my 2015 book (Ripples of Hope: How Ordinary People Resist Repression without Violence) on social movements in Kenya, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. It introduces new theoretical arguments on individual activism, small group activism, cultures of resistance, and abeyance. In Liberia, where the repression was the harshest of the three case studies, civil resistance involved journalists, women, students, the Catholic Church, and others during the rule of Samuel Doe and later Charles Taylor.

In Ripples of Hope, Robert M. Press tells the stories of mothers, students, teachers, journalists, attorneys, and many . Press tells the stories of mothers, students, teachers, journalists, attorneys, and many others who courageously stood up for free. 329 Pages Posted: 7 Aug 2016. See all articles by Robert M. University of Southern Mississippi. Date Written: July 16, 2015.

InRipples of Hope, Robert M. Press tells the stories of mothers, students, teachers, journalists, attorneys, and many others who courageously stood up for freed. Series: Protest and Social Movements. Published by: Amsterdam University Press. Press tells the stories of mothers, students, teachers, journalists, attorneys, and manyothers who courageously stood up for freedom and human rights against repressive rulers - and who helped bring about change through primarily nonviolent means

In Ripples of Hope, Robert M. Press tells the stories of mothers, students, teachers, journalists, attorneys, and manyothers who courageously stood up for freedom and human rights against repressive rulers - and who helped bring about change through primarily nonviolent means. Global in application and focusing on Kenya, Liberia and Sierra Leone, this tribute to the strength of the human spirit also breaks new ground in social movement theories, showing how people on their own or in small groups can make a difference.

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Protest and Social Movements. How Ordinary People Resist Repression without Violence

Protest and Social Movements. Recent years have seen an explosion of protest movements around the world, and academic theories are racing to catch up with them. How Ordinary People Resist Repression without Violence. Amsterdam University Press. This book tells the story of how people in Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Kenya stood up to repressive regimes and eventually helped force the abusive leaders out of power. Global in application and focusing on Kenya, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, this tribute to the strength of the human spirit also breaks new ground in social movement theories, showing how people on their own or in small groups can make a difference. Protest and Social Movements.

Humanities and Social Sciences Online. Author: Robert M Press Title: Ripples of hope. Publisher: Amsterdam University Press Publication Date: 10/15/2015 ISBN: 9789089647481 Hardcover (English). Academic Announcements.

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Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2015. The Geography of Ethnic Violence : Identity, Interests, and the Indivisibility of Territory. by: Toft, Monica Duffy. Series: Protest and Social Movements Ser. Subjects: Social movements Africa Case studies.

In Ripples of Hope, Robert M. Press tells the stories of mothers, students, teachers, journalists, attorneys, and many others who courageously stood up for freedom and human rights against repressive rulers “ and who helped bring about change through primarily nonviolent means. Global in application and focusing on Kenya, Liberia and Sierra Leone, this tribute to the strength of the human spirit also breaks new ground in social movement theories, showing how people on their own or in small groups can make a difference.