Social Movements

 

Convenors: 
Mario Diani: University of Trento, Italy 
Abby Peterson: Department of Sociology, University of Göteborg, Sweden 

 

Tuesday 23 September   (14.00 - 16.00) - ROOM 3.16

Session 1
Social movements and civil society

Chair: Celia Valiente

Author(s): Carlo Ruzza and Emanuela Bozzini
Institution: University of Trento and University of Florence
Country: Italy 
THE IDEOLOGIES OF THE SECOND GULF WAR-PACIFIST COALITION IN ITALY: CHANGING IDENTITIES AND ANTI-AMERICANISM
Author(s): Andreas Walliser
Institution: Juan March Institute
Country: Spain 
GRASSROOTS MOBILISATIONS AND BOTTOM-UP URBAN DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
Author(s): Celia Valiente
Institution: Department of Political Science and Sociology, Carlos III University
Country: Spain 
THE POLITICS OF PROSTITUTION: THE WOMEN'S MOVEMENT, STATE FEMINISM AND PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES IN POST-AUTHORITARIAN SPAIN
Author(s): Kayhan Delibas
Institution: Adnan Menderes University
Country: Turkey 
POLITICAL ISLAM AFTER THE 11TH SEPTEMBER: HOW TO CATEGORIZE ISLAMIC MOVEMENTS?
Author(s): Maria Madalena Duarte
Institution: Centre for Social Studies
Country: Portugal 
PARTICIPATION THROUGH JUSTICE: A (NEW) WAY OF PROTEST?
Author(s): Martti Muukkonen
Institution: University of Joensun
Country: Finland 
LAY ECUMENISM - MISSION OF THE WORLD'S ALLIANCE OF YMCAS, 1855-1955

 


Wednesday September 24   (9.00 - 11.00) - ROOM 3.16

Session 2A (Parallel Session) 
Collective action on environmental issues

Chair: Francisco Linares

Author(s): Matthias Heyck
Institution: Technical University Chemnitz
Country: Germany 
WE ARE NOT GREENPEACE! ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANISATIONS OF THE REGION OF CHEMNITZ
Author(s): Mariella Nocenzi
Institution: University of Rome "La Sapienza"
Country: Italy 
FROM THE PROTEST TO THE PROPOSAL: THE SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND THE UNCONVENTIONAL PARTICIPATION IN AN URBAN AREA
Author(s): Estrella Gualda Caballero
Institution: University of Huelva
Country: Spain 
THE CASE OF "PARQUE MORET" PLATAFORM UNDER THE EYE OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS THEORICAL APPROACHES
Author(s): Francisco Linares
Institution: University of La Laguna
Country: Spain 
'QUALITY LIFE' VERSUS SURFACE MINING IN EL LLANO: A RATIONAL CHOICE APPROACH
Author(s): Yolanda Morales Vera
Institution: University of Murcia
Country: Spain 
ANIMALISMO EN ESPAÑA

 

Wednesday September 24   (9.00 - 11.00) - ROOM 3.14

Session 2B (Parallel Session) 
Transnational collective action

Chair: Fabio de Nardis

Author(s): Fabio de Nardis
Institution: Department of Social Science and Comunication, University of Lecce
Country: Italy 
FROM LOCAL TO GLOBAL: VALUES AND POLITICAL IDENTITY OF THE YOUNG PARTICIPANTS IN THE EUROPEAN SOCIAL FORUM
Author(s): Javier Alcalde Villacampa
Institution: Juan March Institute
Country: Spain 
A TYPOLOGY OF TRANSNATIONAL CAMPAIGNS
Author(s): Isabelle Bédoyan, Peter Van Aelst and Stefaan Walgrave
Institution: University of Antwerp
Country: Belgium 
MOBILIZATION AGAINST GLOBALIZATION
Author(s): Kerman Calvo
Institution: University of Essex
Country: United Kingdom 
DIFFUSION, LEARNING AND IMITION IN COLLECTIVE PROTEST: EXAMINING GAY AND LESBIAN ACTIVISM ACROSS BORDERS

 

Wednesday September 24  (14.30 - 16.30) - ROOM 3.16

Session 3 
Social movements and civil society (continuation)

Chair: Oleg Yanitski

Author(s): Krista M. Brumley
Institution: Tecnological Institute of High Studies of Monterrey
Country: México 
CONTENTIOUS POLITICS AND MOBILIZATION: NGO STRATEGIES, TACTICS, AND DEMANDS IN MONTERREY, MEXICO
Author(s): Sílvia Ferreira
Institution: School of Economics, University of Coimbra
Country: Portugal 
SEARCHING FOR A SOCIAL MOVEMENT ROLE BY THE THIRD SECTOR
Author(s): José López Rey, Mar Chaves and Ramón Fernández
Institution: University of Extremadura
Country: Spain 
THE CULTURAL PERCOLATION OF THE THIRD SECTOR BY THE MARKET
Author(s): Juan José Villalón Ogáyar
Institution: UNED
Country: Spain 
SOLIDARITY MOVEMENTS AND NGOS IN SPAIN
Author(s): Suvi Salmenniemi
Institution: Centre for Russian and East European Studies, University of Helsinki
Country: Finland 
RE-NEGOTIATING CITIZENSHIP: STATE, CIVIC ACTIVISM AND GENDER IN POST-SOVIET RUSSIA
Author(s): Oleg Yanitski
Institution: Institute of Sociology, Russian Academy of Sciences
Country: Russia 
RISK-SOLIDARITIES: A RUSSIAN VERSION
Author(s): Irina A. Khaliy
Institution: Institute of Sociology, Russian Academy of Sciences
Country: Russia 
RUSSIAN SOCIAL MOVEMENTS IN TRANSITIONAL PERIOD

 

Wednesday 24 September (17.00 - 18.30) - ROOM 3.16

Session 4 
Grassroots participation in contemporary Britain
(Sponsored by the ESRC Democracy and Participation 
Program) 

Chair: Mario Diani

Author(s): Brian Doherty
Institution: Politic Department, Keele University
Country: United Kingdom 
STUDYING LOCAL ACTIVIST COMMUNITIES OVER TIME: DIRECT ACTION IN MANCHESTER, OXFORD AND NORTH WALES 1970-2001
Author(s): Fiona Devine and John Roberts
Institution: University of Manchester and University of Leeds
Country: United Kingdom 
THE IMPORTANCE OF INFORMAL SOCIAL NETWORKS IN THE MOBILIZATION PROCESS: SOME RESULTS FROM A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF ACTIVISTS IN BRITAIN
Author(s): Mario Diani and Derrick Purdue
Institution: University of Trento and University of the West England
Country: Italy and United Kingdom 
NETWORK DYNAMICS IN BRITISH CIVIL SOCIETY.
Author(s): Lorenzo Bosi
Institution: Queen's University Belfast
Country: Ireland 
THE NEW SOCIAL MOVEMENT APPROACH: THE CASE OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT IN NORTHERN IRELAND AND ITS LONG- TERM LEGACY
Author(s): Mike Savage, Gindo Tampubolon and Alan Warde
Institution: University of Manchester
Country: United Kingdom 
NETWORKS AND POLITICAL ACTIVISM: CASE STUDIES FROM THE NORTH-WEST OF ENGLAND

Wednesday September 24 (19.00 - 20.30) - ROOM 3.16

Business Meeting


Thursday 25 September  (9.00-11.00) - ROOM 3.16

Session 5A (Parallel Session) 
Rituals, symbols, and cultures of collective action

Chair: Åsa Wettergren

Author(s): Sebastian Haunss
Institution: University of Hamburg
Country: Germany 
POLITICAL POSTERS AS TOOLS FOR MOBILIZATION AND HISTORICAL SOURCES
Author(s): Åsa Wettergren
Institution: Institute of Social Science/Sociology, University of Karlstad
Country: Sweden 
PSYCHO RAGE AND THRILL B EMOTIONS IN CULTURE JAMMING
Author(s): Israel Rodríguez Giralt, Miquel Domènech, Francisco Tirado and Daniel Gómez
Institution: Open University of Catalunya
Country: Spain 
THE VIRTUALISATION OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS: THE IMPACT OF ICT ON THE ORGANISATION OF ENVIRONMENTALISM
Author(s): Rhiannon Morgan
Institution: University of Essex
Country: United Kingdom 
WORD WARRIORS: FRAMING INDIGENOUS RIGHTS CLAIMS AT THE U.N. WORKING GROUP ON INDIGENOUS POPULATIONS
Author(s): Salvador Maldonado Aranda
Institution: Michoacán College
Country: México 
EL PRIMERO DE MAYO EN MÉXICO: ENTRE LA CEREMONIA OFICIAL Y LA MOVILIZACIÓN POLÍTICA

 

Thursday 25 September  (9.00-11.00) - ROOM 3.14

Session 5B (Parallel Session) 
Global activism

Chair: Niamh Hourigan

Author(s): Niamh Hourigan
Institution: University College Cork
Country: Ireland 
ESCAPING THE GLOBAL VILLAGE: MEDIA, LANGUAGE AND PROTEST
Author(s): Gloria García Navarro
Institution: UNED
Country: Spain 
HACKTIVISM IN A GLOBAL SOCIETY
Author(s): Semi Purhonen
Institution: Department of Social Policy, University of Helsinki
Country: Finland 
IS ATTAC A GENERATION-BASED MOVEMENT? THE CASE OF FINLAND
Author(s): Alison Woodward and Joke Wiercx
Institution: Vrije University Brussel
Country: Belgium 
CROSS DRESSING IN THE EU LOBBY: INTERACTIONS BETWEEN TRANSNATIONAL GENDER AND SEXUALITY MOVEMENTS AND THE FUTURE OF EUROPE
Author(s): Thomas Olesen
Institution: Department of Political Science, University of Aarhus
Country: Denmark 
THE STRUGGLE INSIDE DEMOCRACY: TOWARDS A GLOBAL SOLIDARITY?

 

Thursday 25 September (14.30-16.30) - ROOM 3.16

Session 6 
Environmental organizations in Western democracies

Chair: Christopher Rootes

Author(s): Christopher Rootes
Institution: University of Kent
Country: United Kingdom 
ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT ORGANIZATIONS IN BRITAIN
Author(s): Maria Kousis
Institution: University of Crete
Country: Greece 
ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT ORGANIZATIONS IN GREECE
Author(s): Manuel Jiménez
Institution: Juan March Institute
Country: Spain 
ORGANISING FROM BELOW. ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT ORGANIZATIONS IN SPAIN
Author(s): Iñaki Barcena
Institution: Department of Political Science, University of the Basque Country
Country: Spain 
THE ORGANISATIONAL EVOLUTION OF THE BASQUE ECOLOGIST MOVEMENT (1975-1999): BETWEEN VIRTUE AND NECESSITY
Author(s): Mark Garavan
Institution: National University of Ireland
Country: Ireland 
SEEKING TRANSFORMATION NOT CONFRONTATION AN OVERVIEW OF THE IRISH ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT
Author(s): Magnus Ring
Institution: University of Lund
Country: Sweden 
SWEDISH ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS

 


Friday 26 September 9.00 - 11.00

Session 7A (Parallel Sessions) - ROOM 3.16
Social inequality, class and collective action

Chair: James McAuley

Author(s): Alex Dennis and James McAuley
Institution: Division of Psychology and Sociology, University of Huddersfield
Country: United Kingdom 
WHAT ABOUT WHICH WORKERS? SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND SOCIAL ORGANISATIONS IN THE CONTEMPORARY UNITED KINGDOM
Author(s): Ken Jones and Frazana Shain
Institution: University of Keele
Country: United Kingdom 
TEACHER TRADE UNIONISM IN URBAN CONTEXTS: THE GLOBAL AND THE LOCAL
Author(s): Chad Alan Goldberg
Institution: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Country: USA 
HAUNTED BY THE SPECTER OF COMMUNISM: CLASSIFICATION STRUGGLES AND THE DEMISE OF THE WORKERS ALLIANCE OF AMERICA
Author(s): Francisco Entrena
Institution: University of Granada
Country: Spain 
INEQUALITIES AND SOCIAL UNREST IN ANDALUSIA. FROM MOBILIZATIONS CLAIMING THE LAND ALLOTMENT TO A PLURALISM OF OPPOSITIONS AND DISPUTES
Author(s): Carlos Rafael Rea Rodríguez
Institution: School of High Studies in Social Sciences (CADIS)
Country: France 
ACCIÓN COLECTIVA Y MARCOS. LOS DEUDORES DE LA BANCA EN MÉXICO
Author(s): Olga Axenova
Institution: Institute of Sociology, Russian Academy of Sciences
Country: Russia 
RUSSIAN TRADE UNIONS IN PUBLIC POLICY: POSITION AND ROLE

 

Friday 26 September   (9.00 - 11.00) - ROOM 3.14

Session 7B (Parallel Sessions)
Identity dynamics and collective action

Chair: Benjamín Tejerina

Author(s): Ana de Miguel and Alejandra del Valle
Institution: Faculty of Sociology, University of A Coruña
Country: Spain 
EL PROBLEMA DE LA IDENTIDAD EN EL MOVIMIENTO FEMINISTA
Author(s): Alice Feldman
Institution: University College Dublin
Country: Ireland 
MOVEMENT TOWARDS DIVERSITY: DEVELOPING A BOURDIEUIAN ANALYSIS OF ANTI-RACIST MOBILISATION AND THE THIRD SECTOR IN IRELAND
Author(s): Benjamín Tejerína
Institution: University of the Basque Country
Country: Spain 
MOBILIZATION AND PROCESSES OF IDENTITY CONSTRUCTION WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALIZATION

 

Friday 26 September   (14.30 - 16.30) - ROOM 3.16

Session 8A (Parallel Sessions)
Identity dynamics and collective action (continuation)

Chair: Spyros Franguiadakis

Author(s): Spyros Franguiadakis and Pascal Viot
Institution: University Lumiere Lyon 2
Country: France 
FORMES CONTEMPORAINES D'ENGAGEMENT PUBLIC ET DEBORDEMENTS DU POLITIQUE EN FRANCE
Author(s): Radim Marada
Institution: School of Social Studies, Masaryk University Brno
Country: Czech Republic 
BETWEEN EFFECTIVENESS AND AUTHENTICITY
Author(s): Ainhoa Flecha and Olga Serradell
Institution: University of Barcelona
Country: Spain 
DIALOGIC FEMINISM
Author(s): Chris Gilleard
Institution: Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences
Country: United Kingdom 
AGEING AND LATER LIFE: A COMMUNITY OF IDENTITY OR A COMMUNITY OF INTEREST?

 

Friday 26 September (14.30 - 16.30) - ROOM 3.14

Session 8B (Parallel Sessions) 
Policing, protest and collective violence

Chair: Abby Peterson

Author(s): Abby Peterson
Institution: Department of Sociology, University of Göteborg
Country: Sweden 
CONTENTIOUS POLITICS AND TRANSNATIONAL SUMMITS: RECONNAISSANCE BATTLES
Author(s): Jillian Schwedler
Institution: University of Maryland
Country: USA 
PROTEST, POLICING, AND ETHNIC CONFLICT IN JORDAN
Author(s): Nikos Serdedakis
Institution: University of Crete
Country: Greece 
POLITICAL VIOLENCE IN POST-WAR GREECE: THE ORIGINS OF GREEK TERRORISM
Author(s): Mattias Wahlström
Institution: Department of Sociology, University of Göteborg
Country: Sweden 
TRUST AND PERFORMANCE: COMMUNICATION BETWEEN POLICE AND PROTESTERS, FROM AN ACTIVIST PERSPECTIVE
Author(s): Magnus Wennerhag
Institution: Department of Sociology, University of Lund
Country: Sweden 
STATES AND MOVEMENT INTERACTIONS IN SWEDEN