Nonviolent Action: A Research Guide
This comprehensive guide to research, sources, and theories about nonviolent action as a technique of struggle in social and political conficts discusses the methods and techniques used by groups in various encounters. Although violence and its causes have received a great deal of attention, nonviolent action has not received its due as an international phenomenon with a long history. An introduction that explains the theories and research used in the study provides a practical guide to this essential bibliography of English-language sources. The first part of the book covers case-study materials divided by region and subdivided by country. Within each country, materials are arranged chronologically and topically. The second major part examines the methods and theory of nonviolent action, principled nonviolence, and several closely related areas in social science, such as conflict analysis and social movements. The book is indexed by author and subject.
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North Africa and the Middle East
Canada and the United States
United States of America
to World War II
Studies of Nonviolent Action and Related Fields
Methods of Political Noncooperation
Struggle for Desegregation and Civil Rights
Other Movements and Conflicts Since 1960
Asia and the Pacific
Civil Disobedience 19281933
Mohandas K Gandhi 18691948
New Zealand Aotearoa
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