Movements@Manchester

Colin Barker

Colin Barker, Marxism and Social Movements book jacketBarker, C. (2013). Marxism and Social Movements. Brill Academic Pub.

Barker, C., & Cox, L. (2002). ‘What have the Romans ever done for us?’ Academic and activist forms of movement theorizing. Retrieved July 12, 2013, from http://eprints.nuim.ie/428.

Barker, C., Johnson, A., & Lavalette, M. (2001). Leadership and social movements. Manchester University Press.

Barker, C. (2001). Fear, laughter, and collective power: the making of solidarity at the Lenin Shipyard in Gdansk, Poland, August 1980. In J. Goodwin, J. Jasper, & F. Polletta (Eds.), Passionate politics: Emotions and social movements (pp. 175–94).

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Barker, C. (1995). What is to be done? Contrasting activists’ visions in community protest. In C. Barker & P. Kennedy (Eds.),To Make Another World. Studies in Protest and Collective Action (pp. 25–44). Avebury, Aldershot.

Barker, C., & Dale, G. (1998). Protest waves in Western Europe: A critique of ‘New Social Movement’ theory. Critical sociology, 24(1-2), 65–104.

Nick Crossley

Crossley, N. (2005). Contesting psychiatry: Social movements in mental health. Routledge.

Crossley, N. (2002). Making sense of social movements. Open University Press Buckingham.

Crossley, N., & Roberts, J. M. (Eds.). (2004). After Habermas: New perspectives on the public sphere.

Crossley, N. (2003). From reproduction to transformation social movement fields and the radical habitus. Theory, Culture & Society, 20(6), 43–68.

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Crossley, N. (2001). The social body: Habit, identity and desire. Sage.

Crossley, M. L., & Crossley, N. (2001). Patients’ voices, social movements and the habitus; how psychiatric survivors ‘speak out. Social Science & Medicine, 52(10), 1477–1489.

Crossley, N. (1998). Emotion and communicative action. In G. Bendelow & S. Williams (Eds.), Emotions in social life: Critical themes and contemporary issues.

Crossley, N. (1996). Intersubjectivity: The fabric of social becoming. SAGE Publications Limited.

Gemma Edwards

Edwards, G. (2014). Social Movements and Protest. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Edwards, G. (2009). Habermas and social movement theory. Sociology Compass, 3(3), 381–393.

Edwards, G. (2009). Public sector trade unionism in the UK strategic challenges in the face of colonization. Work, Employment & Society, 23(3), 442–459.

Edwards, G., & Crossley, N. (2009). Measures and meanings: exploring the ego-net of Helen Kirkpatrick Watts, militant suffragette. Methodological Innovations Online, 4(1).

 

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Edwards, G. (2008). The Lifeworld as a Resource for Social Movement Participation and the Consequences of its Colonization. Sociology, 42(2), 299–316.

Edwards, G. (2007). Habermas, Activism, and Acquiescence: Reactions to ‘Colonization’in UK Trade Unions. Social Movement Studies, 6(2), 111–130.

Edwards, G. (2004). Habermas and social movements: what’s ‘new’? The Sociological Review, 52(s1), 113–130.

Kevin Gillan

Gillan, K. (2015, January 3). Towards an ethic of public sociology. Retrieved September 1, 2015, fromhttp://discoversociety.org/2015/01/03/towards-an-ethic-of-public-sociology/

Gibson, R. K., Gillan, K., Greffet, F., Lee, B. J., & Ward, S. (2012). Party organizational change and ICTs: The growth of a virtual grassroots? New Media & Society. http://doi.org/10.1177/1461444812457329

Gillan, K., & Pickerill, J. (2012). The difficult and hopeful ethics of research on, and with, social movements. Social Movement Studies, 11(2), 133–143. Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14742837.2012.664890

Pickerill, J., Gillan, K., & Webster, F. (2011). Scales of Activism: New Media and Transnational Connections in Anti-War Movements. In S. Cottle & L. Lester (Eds.), Transnational Protests and the Media (pp. 41–58). New York: Peter Lang.
Gillan, K. (2008). Diverging attitudes to technology and innovation in Anti-War movement organisations. In T. Häyhtiö & J. Rinne (Eds.), Net working/Networking: Citizen Initiated Politics. Tampere: Tampere University Press. Retrieved fromhttp://granum.uta.fi/english/kirjanTiedot.php?tuote_id=18019
Gillan, K., Pickerill, J., & Webster, F. (2008). Anti-war activism: New media and protest in the information age. Palgrave Macmillan.
Gillan, K. (2008). Understanding meaning in movements: A hermeneutic approach to frames and ideologies. Social Movement Studies, 7(3), 247–263. Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14742830802485643
Gillan, K., & Pickerill, J. (2008). Transnational anti-war activism: solidarity, diversity and the internet in Australia, Britain and the United States after 9/11. Australasian Political Studies Association, 43(1), 59–78. Retrieved fromhttp://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10361140701842573
Gillan, K. (2007). AntiWar Activism and New Media: New Resource Structure or Creation of Symbolic Power? Glasgow. Retrieved May, 7, 2008. Retrieved from http://www.kevingillan.info/wp-content/uploads/2008/04/gillan-esa2007.pdf
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Joseph Maslen

Maslen, J. (2014). The English Rebel: One Thousand Years of Trouble-Making from the Normans to the Nineties. Social Movement Studies, 13(4), 514–518.http://doi.org/10.1080/14742837.2013.844065
Maslen, J. (2013). Autobiographies of a generation? Carolyn Steedman, Luisa Passerini and the memory of 1968. Memory Studies, 6(1), 23–36.http://doi.org/10.1177/1750698012463891
Maslen, J. (2010). History and the “processing” of class in social theory. In Theorizing the Dynamics of Social Processes (Vol. 27, pp. 101–121). Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Retrieved from http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/abs/10.1108/S0278-1204%282010%290000027007

Raphael Schlembach

Schlembach, R. (2014). Against Old Europe: Critical Theory and Alter-Globalization Movements. Farnham: Routledge.

Rigby, J., & Schlembach, R. (2013). Impossible protest: noborders in Calais. Citizenship Studies, 17(2), 157–172.http://doi.org/10.1080/13621025.2013.780731

Schlembach, R. (2012). Social Movements in Post-Political Society: Prefiguration, Deliberation and Consensus. In B. Tejerina & I. Perugorria (Eds.), From Social to Political: New Forms of mobilization and democratization. Retrieved fromhttp://www.academia.edu/1608164/R._Schlembach_2012_Social_Movements_in_Post-Political_Society_Prefiguration_Deliberation_and_Consensus
Schlembach, R., Lear, B., & Bowman, A. (2012). Science and ethics in the post-political era: strategies within the Camp for Climate Action. Environmental Politics, 21(5), 811–828. http://doi.org/10.1080/09644016.2012.692938
Schlembach, R. (2011). How do radical climate movements negotiate their environmental and their social agendas? A study of debates within the Camp for Climate Action (UK). Critical Social Policy, 31(2), 194–215.http://doi.org/10.1177/0261018310395922
Schlembach, R. (2011). The Transnationality of Extreme Nationalist Movements. Revue Belge de Philologie et d’Histoire, 89(3-4). Retrieved fromhttp://www.academia.edu/1609750/R._Schlembach_2011_The_Transnationality_of_Extreme_Nationalist_Movements_Revue_Belge_de_Philologie_et_dHistoire_89_3-4_

Luke Yates

Yates, L. S. (2011). Comparative Consumer Societies. In D. Southerton (Ed.), Encyclopedia of consumer culture. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: SAGE Reference.
Yates, L. S. (2011). Life-Course. In D. Southerton (Ed.), Encyclopedia of consumer culture. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: SAGE Reference.
Yates, L. S. (2011). Critical Consumption: Boycotting and buycotting in Europe. European Societies, 13(2), 191–217. http://doi.org/10.1080/14616696.2010.514352
Yates, L. S. (2010). Consumer Participation: Boycotting and Buycotting in Europe. CRESC Working Papers, 82. Retrieved from http://www.cresc.ac.uk/sites/default/files/wp%2082.pdf