Islamic Activism: A Social Movement Theory Approach

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Quintan Wiktorowicz
Indiana University Press, 2004 - 316 páginas
Preliminary Table of Contents: Foreword Charles Tilly Introduction: Islamic Activism and Social Movement Theory Quintan Wiktorowicz Part I. Violence and Contention 1. From Marginalization to Massacres: A Political Process Explanation of GIA Violence in Algeria Mohammed M. Hafez 2. Violence as Contention in the Egyptian Islamic Movement Mohammed M. Hafez and Quintan Wiktorowicz 3. Repertoires of Contention in Contemporary Bahrain Fred H. Lawson 4. Hamas as Social Movement Glenn E. Robinson Part II. Networks and Alliances 5. The Networked World of Islamist Social Movements Diane Singerman 6. Islamist Women in Yemen: Informal Nodes of Activism Janine A. Clark 7. Collective Action with and without Islam: Mobilizing the Bazaar in Iran Benjamin Smith 8. The Islah Party in Yemen: Political Opportunities and Coalition Building in a Transitional Polity Jillian Schwedler Part III. Culture and Frames 9. Interests, Ideas, and Islamist Outreach in Egypt Carrie Rosevsky Wickham 10. Making Conversation Permissible: Islamism and Reform in Saudi Arabia Gwenn Okruhlik 11. Opportunity Spaces, Identity, and Islamic Meaning in Turkey M. Hakan Yavuz Conclusion: Social Movement Theory and Islamic Studies Charles Kurzman Contributors Indiana University Press.

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Quintan Wiktorowicz is Assistant Professor of International Studies at Rhodes College and author of Global Jihad: Understanding September 11.

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