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The Establishment Responds : Power, Politics, and Protest since 1945

By: Fahlenbrach, Kathrin.
Contributor(s): Klimke, Martin | Scharloth, Joachim | Wong, Laura.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Palgrave Macmillan Transnational History Series: Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012Description: 1 online resource (263 p.).ISBN: 9780230119833.Subject(s): Demonstrations -- History | HISTORY / Europe / General | HISTORY / Social History | HISTORY / World | Political participation -- History | POLITICAL SCIENCE / History & Theory | Protest movements -- History | Protest movements | Social movements -- History | Social movements | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / GeneralGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Establishment Responds : Power, Politics, and Protest since 1945DDC classification: 303.48/409045 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Foreword: "A Delicate Balance": Protest Movements, Global Transformations, and the World Orders since the 1960s; Introduction; Part I Theoretical Models and Approaches; 1 The Impact of Protest Movements on the Establishment: Dimensions, Models, and Approaches; 2 Professionalizing Dissent: Protest, Political Communication, and the Media; 3 The Imagery of Power Facing the Power of Imagery: Toward a Visual Analysis of Social Movements; 4 Studying Power/Knowledge Formations: Disciplining Feminism and Beyond; Part II Legal Norms and Political Change
5 Race and Reform: The Establishment Responds to the African American Civil Rights Movement6 "Promising Everything under the Sun": Helsinki Activism and Human Rights in Eastern Europe; 7 Politics of Reproduction in a Divided Europe: Abortion, Protest Movements, and State Intervention after World War II; Part III International Relations; 8 Psychological Warfare for the West: Interdoc, the West European Intelligence Services, and the International Student Movements of the 1960s; 9 The Year 1968 and the Soviet Communist Party
10 Combat and Conciliation: State Treatment of Left-wing Terrorist Groups in West and East Germany11 The Control Arms Campaign: A Case Study of NGO Impacts on International Relations after the Cold War; Part IV Cultural and Economic Policies; 12 Youth Fashion in Poland in the 1950s and 1960s: Ideology, Resistance, and Manipulation; 13 Corporate Reaction to Anticorporate Protest: Multinational Corporations and Anticorporate Campaigns; Epilogue: The Lingering Cold War; List of Contributors; Index
Summary: Protest movements have been analyzed widely by several disciplines in recent decades,but the larger repercussions they caused in social institutions and international affairs have largely been neglected. This volume fills this gap by examining the many ways in which political parties, the business world, foreign policymakers, and the intelligence community experienced, confronted, and even actively contributed to domestic and transnational forms of dissent.
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Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Foreword: "A Delicate Balance": Protest Movements, Global Transformations, and the World Orders since the 1960s; Introduction; Part I Theoretical Models and Approaches; 1 The Impact of Protest Movements on the Establishment: Dimensions, Models, and Approaches; 2 Professionalizing Dissent: Protest, Political Communication, and the Media; 3 The Imagery of Power Facing the Power of Imagery: Toward a Visual Analysis of Social Movements; 4 Studying Power/Knowledge Formations: Disciplining Feminism and Beyond; Part II Legal Norms and Political Change

5 Race and Reform: The Establishment Responds to the African American Civil Rights Movement6 "Promising Everything under the Sun": Helsinki Activism and Human Rights in Eastern Europe; 7 Politics of Reproduction in a Divided Europe: Abortion, Protest Movements, and State Intervention after World War II; Part III International Relations; 8 Psychological Warfare for the West: Interdoc, the West European Intelligence Services, and the International Student Movements of the 1960s; 9 The Year 1968 and the Soviet Communist Party

10 Combat and Conciliation: State Treatment of Left-wing Terrorist Groups in West and East Germany11 The Control Arms Campaign: A Case Study of NGO Impacts on International Relations after the Cold War; Part IV Cultural and Economic Policies; 12 Youth Fashion in Poland in the 1950s and 1960s: Ideology, Resistance, and Manipulation; 13 Corporate Reaction to Anticorporate Protest: Multinational Corporations and Anticorporate Campaigns; Epilogue: The Lingering Cold War; List of Contributors; Index

Protest movements have been analyzed widely by several disciplines in recent decades,but the larger repercussions they caused in social institutions and international affairs have largely been neglected. This volume fills this gap by examining the many ways in which political parties, the business world, foreign policymakers, and the intelligence community experienced, confronted, and even actively contributed to domestic and transnational forms of dissent.

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KATHRIN FEHLENBACH teaches media studies at the University of Halle Wittenberg, Germany.<br> MARTIN KLIMKE co-author of the Palgrave titles 1968 in Europe and the forthcoming A Breath of Freedom . He is a Research Fellow at the German Historical Institute in Washington DC, USA.<br> JOACHIM SCHARLOTH co-author of 1968 in Europe and Associate Professor at Dokkyo University in Tokyo, Japan.<br> LAURA WONG works for UNESCO's Bureau of Strategic Planning, where she manages the public-private partnership between UNESCO and Daimler-Chrysler that aims to foster intercultural dialogue among young people.

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