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The U.S. Women''s Jury Movements and Strategic Adaptation : A More Just Verdict

By: McCammon, Holly J.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Cambridge Studies in Contentious Politics: Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012Description: 1 online resource (318 p.).ISBN: 9781139377058.Subject(s): Jury -- United States -- History | Law -- Political aspects | Women -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States | Women jurors -- United States -- HistoryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The U.S. Women''s Jury Movements and Strategic Adaptation : A More Just VerdictDDC classification: 345.73/075 | 345.73075 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; The U.S. Women's Jury Movements and Strategic Adaptation; Cambridge Studies in Contentious Politics; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Figures; Tables; Preface; Organizational Abbreviations; 1: Introduction: The Women's Jury Movements and Strategic Adaptatiion; WINNING A PLACE FOR WOMEN ON JURIES; THE ROAD AHEAD; 2: Theorizing Social Movement Strategic Adaptation; EXISTING THEORIES OF SOCIAL MOVEMENT OUTCOMES; Defining Movement Political Success; Causes of Movement Political Success; THEORIZING STRATEGIC ADAPTATION AND ITS CAUSES; Perceiving Signals, Opportunities, and Threats
Assessing ActionsAdapting Tactics; Implementing Changes; A SUMMARY OF THE MODEL; 3: Broadening Women's Citizenship: A History of U.S. Women's Jury Rights; WHY THESE FIFTEEN STATE JURY MOVEMENTS?; 4: Responding to Political Defeats; THE MORE STRATEGIC STATES: MOBILIZING GRASSROOTS SUPPORT TO RESPOND TO POLITICAL DEFEATS; California: Learning from a Defeat; Illinois: Mobilizing Downstate Support; LESS STRATEGIC STATES: RESPONDING TO POLITICAL DEFEATS WITH FRUSTRATION AND APATHY; Montana: Irritation and Frustration; Nebraska: Redeploying the Same Tactic; CONCLUSION
5: Countering Public Opposition and IndifferenceTHE MORE STRATEGIC STATES: ONGOING TACTICAL REVISION IN RESPONSE TO PUBLIC OPPOSITION AND INDIFFERENCE; New York: Tailoring Tactics to the Opposition; Tennessee: Overcoming Apathy; LESS STRATEGIC STATES: FAILING TO RESPOND TO PUBLIC OPPOSITION AND INDIFFERENCE; Maryland: Intermittent Activism; Massachusetts: Many Obstacles and Limited Response; CONCLUSION; 6: Taking Advantage of Cultural Opportunities; THE MORE STRATEGIC STATES: STRATEGIC FRAMING IN RESPONSE TO DISCURSIVE OPPORTUNITIES
Vermont: Blurring Boundaries between the Domestic and Public SpheresWisconsin: Equal Rights for Women; A LESS STRATEGIC STATE: MISSED DISCURSIVE OPPORTUNITY SIGNALS; Georgia: Traditional Beliefs about Southern Womanhood; CONCLUSION; 7: Turning the Movement Around; MOVEMENT-LED STRATEGIC ADAPTATION; Colorado: Building a Coalition of Activists; Missouri: Coordinating Activities across Groups; CONTEXT-LED STRATEGIC ADAPTATION; South Carolina: Finding Political Opportunities in Racial Politics; Texas: A Political Defeat Leads to Broader Framing; CONCLUSION
8: Comparing the Movements: Qualitative Comparative AnalysisQUALITATIVE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS AND THE WOMEN'S JURY MOVEMENTS; Engaging in Strategic Adaptation; Cases and Measures; Results; THE PASSAGE OF WOMEN'S JUROR LAWS; Cases and Measures; Results; CONCLUSION; 9: Conclusion: Final Thoughts on Strategic Adaptation and Social Movement Agency; EXPLAINING THE PACE OF POLITICAL SUCCESS; EXPLAINING THE CAUSES OF STRATEGIC ACTION; Tensions within Movements; Continuing Activism and Learning; Diverse Membership; Political Circumstances; Movement-led and Context-led Strategic Adaptation
WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
Summary: This book explores efforts by women to gain the right to sit on juries in the United States.
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Cover; The U.S. Women's Jury Movements and Strategic Adaptation; Cambridge Studies in Contentious Politics; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Figures; Tables; Preface; Organizational Abbreviations; 1: Introduction: The Women's Jury Movements and Strategic Adaptatiion; WINNING A PLACE FOR WOMEN ON JURIES; THE ROAD AHEAD; 2: Theorizing Social Movement Strategic Adaptation; EXISTING THEORIES OF SOCIAL MOVEMENT OUTCOMES; Defining Movement Political Success; Causes of Movement Political Success; THEORIZING STRATEGIC ADAPTATION AND ITS CAUSES; Perceiving Signals, Opportunities, and Threats

Assessing ActionsAdapting Tactics; Implementing Changes; A SUMMARY OF THE MODEL; 3: Broadening Women's Citizenship: A History of U.S. Women's Jury Rights; WHY THESE FIFTEEN STATE JURY MOVEMENTS?; 4: Responding to Political Defeats; THE MORE STRATEGIC STATES: MOBILIZING GRASSROOTS SUPPORT TO RESPOND TO POLITICAL DEFEATS; California: Learning from a Defeat; Illinois: Mobilizing Downstate Support; LESS STRATEGIC STATES: RESPONDING TO POLITICAL DEFEATS WITH FRUSTRATION AND APATHY; Montana: Irritation and Frustration; Nebraska: Redeploying the Same Tactic; CONCLUSION

5: Countering Public Opposition and IndifferenceTHE MORE STRATEGIC STATES: ONGOING TACTICAL REVISION IN RESPONSE TO PUBLIC OPPOSITION AND INDIFFERENCE; New York: Tailoring Tactics to the Opposition; Tennessee: Overcoming Apathy; LESS STRATEGIC STATES: FAILING TO RESPOND TO PUBLIC OPPOSITION AND INDIFFERENCE; Maryland: Intermittent Activism; Massachusetts: Many Obstacles and Limited Response; CONCLUSION; 6: Taking Advantage of Cultural Opportunities; THE MORE STRATEGIC STATES: STRATEGIC FRAMING IN RESPONSE TO DISCURSIVE OPPORTUNITIES

Vermont: Blurring Boundaries between the Domestic and Public SpheresWisconsin: Equal Rights for Women; A LESS STRATEGIC STATE: MISSED DISCURSIVE OPPORTUNITY SIGNALS; Georgia: Traditional Beliefs about Southern Womanhood; CONCLUSION; 7: Turning the Movement Around; MOVEMENT-LED STRATEGIC ADAPTATION; Colorado: Building a Coalition of Activists; Missouri: Coordinating Activities across Groups; CONTEXT-LED STRATEGIC ADAPTATION; South Carolina: Finding Political Opportunities in Racial Politics; Texas: A Political Defeat Leads to Broader Framing; CONCLUSION

8: Comparing the Movements: Qualitative Comparative AnalysisQUALITATIVE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS AND THE WOMEN'S JURY MOVEMENTS; Engaging in Strategic Adaptation; Cases and Measures; Results; THE PASSAGE OF WOMEN'S JUROR LAWS; Cases and Measures; Results; CONCLUSION; 9: Conclusion: Final Thoughts on Strategic Adaptation and Social Movement Agency; EXPLAINING THE PACE OF POLITICAL SUCCESS; EXPLAINING THE CAUSES OF STRATEGIC ACTION; Tensions within Movements; Continuing Activism and Learning; Diverse Membership; Political Circumstances; Movement-led and Context-led Strategic Adaptation

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

This book explores efforts by women to gain the right to sit on juries in the United States.

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