Representing Resistance : Media, Civil Disobedience, and the Global Justice Movement

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Representing Resistance : Media, Civil Disobedience, and the Global Justice Movement

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 296 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780313323850
  • DDC分類 303.482

Full Description

From the food we eat, to the clothes we wear, to the values that shape our realities, Globalization has affected nearly every aspect of modern life on this planet. Contributors to this book suggest that globalization is supplanting Cold War ideology and they critique mainstream news media coverage of civil disobedience. They further explore the new activism of social movement groups who use performance and media to appeal directly to the people in promoting their causes, fundraising, and recruitment.

Contents

An Emerging Paradigm? by Andy Opel and Donnalyn Pompper Gathering in the Streets: Civil Disobedience and Global Justice in the Third Millennium Carnivals Against Capital: Rooted in Resistance by Louis Leclair Ya Basta! "A Mountain of Bodies That Advances, Seeking the Least Harm Possible to Itself" by Audrey Vanderford Like Moths to a Flame: Culture Jamming and the Global Spectacle by Asa Wettergren Punishment Before Prosecution: Pepper Spray as Postmodern Repression by Andy Opel Irony in Protest and Policing: The World Trade Organization in Seattle by Patrick F. Gillham and Gary T. Marx Representing Resistance: The U.S. Media and the Global Justice Movement Mapping the Emerging Global Order in News Discourse: The Meanings of Globalization in News Magazines in the Early 1990s by Ilia Rodriguez Whose Public Sphere? The Party and the Protests of America 2000 by Anne Marie Todd Framing Globalization and Media Strategies for Social Change by Nancy Snow Representing the South by Emma Miller Speaking Out Against the Incitement to Silence: The British Press and the 2001 May Day Protests by Karin Wahl-Jorgensen Probing Symbolic Relationships: Celebrities, Mass Media, and Global Justice by Donnalyn Pompper Organizing On-Line: The Internet, Technology, and the Global Justice Movement Mapping the Reportoire of Electronic Contention by Sasha Costanza-Chock Alternative Alternatives: Free Media, Dissent, and Emergent Activist Networks by Ted M. Coopman Seize the Switches: TAO Communications, Media, and Anarchy by Jeff Shantz Indymedia.org and the Global Justice Movement by Dorothy Kidd The IMC Movement Beyond "The West" by John D. H. Downing