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Why civil resistance works the strategic logic of nonviolent conflict

By: Chenoweth, Erica.
Contributor(s): Stephan, Maria J.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Publisher: New York Columbia University Press 2011Description: xvii, 296 p. ill. 24 cm.ISBN: 9780231156837.Subject(s): Civil disobedience | NonviolenceDDC classification: 303.61
Contents:
The success of nonviolent resistance campaigns -- The primacy of participation in nonviolent resistance -- Exploring alternative explanations for the success of civil resistance -- The Iranian revolution, 1977-1979 -- The first Palestinian intifada, 1987-1992 -- The Philippine people power movement, 1983-1986 -- Why civil resistance sometimes fails: the Burmese uprising, 1988-1990 -- After the campaign: the consequences of violent and nonviolent resistance.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [261]-278) and index.

The success of nonviolent resistance campaigns -- The primacy of participation in nonviolent resistance -- Exploring alternative explanations for the success of civil resistance -- The Iranian revolution, 1977-1979 -- The first Palestinian intifada, 1987-1992 -- The Philippine people power movement, 1983-1986 -- Why civil resistance sometimes fails: the Burmese uprising, 1988-1990 -- After the campaign: the consequences of violent and nonviolent resistance.

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