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Popular dissent, human agency, and global politics [electronic resource] / Roland Bleiker.

By: Bleiker, Roland.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Cambridge studies in international relations: 70.Publisher: Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 289 p.).ISBN: 0511017154 (electronic bk.); 9780511017155 (electronic bk.); 0511152167; 9780511152160; 9780521770996 (hbk.); 0521770998 (hbk.); 9780511491245 (electronic bk.); 0511491247 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Government, Resistance to | Civil disobedience | Demonstrations | Dissenters | International relations | Gouvernement, R�esistance au | D�esob�eissance civile | Manifestations | Dissidents | Relations internationales | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Violence in Society | Electronic books | Desobedi�encia civil | Dissidenten | Internationale politiek | Rela�c�oes internacionais | Dissidenten | Internationale politiek | Rela�c�oes internacionais | Desobedi�encia civil | Widerstand | ModerneGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Popular dissent, human agency, and global politics.DDC classification: 303.6/1 Other classification: 89.50 | MD 8500 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Pt.1. A genealogy of popular dissent -- Rhetorics of dissent in Renaissance Humanism -- Romanticism and the dissemination of radical resistance -- Global legacies of popular dissent -- P.2. Reading and rereading transversal struggles -- From essentialist to discursive conception of power -- First interlude: Confronting incommensurability -- Of 'men', 'women' and discursive domination -- Of great events and what makes them great -- Pt.3. Discursive terrains of dissent -- Mapping everyday global resistance Second interlude: Towards a discursive understanding of human agency -- Resistance at the edge of language games -- Political boundaries, poetic transgressions -- Conclusion: The transitional contingencies of transversal politics
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Pt.1. A genealogy of popular dissent -- Rhetorics of dissent in Renaissance Humanism -- Romanticism and the dissemination of radical resistance -- Global legacies of popular dissent -- P.2. Reading and rereading transversal struggles -- From essentialist to discursive conception of power -- First interlude: Confronting incommensurability -- Of 'men', 'women' and discursive domination -- Of great events and what makes them great -- Pt.3. Discursive terrains of dissent -- Mapping everyday global resistance Second interlude: Towards a discursive understanding of human agency -- Resistance at the edge of language games -- Political boundaries, poetic transgressions -- Conclusion: The transitional contingencies of transversal politics

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Popular dissent, human agency, and global politics by Bleiker, Roland. ©2000
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