The Establishment Responds: Power, Politics, and Protest since 1945 by K. Fahlenbrach

The Establishment Responds: Power, Politics, and Protest since 1945

EditorK. Fahlenbrach, M. Klimke, J. Scharloth

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Protest movements have been analyzed widely within several disciplines in recent decades, but the larger repercussions they caused in social institutions and international affairs have largely been neglected. This volume fills this gap by examining the many ways in which political parties, the business world, foreign policymakers, and the intelligence community experienced, confronted, and even actively contributed to domestic and transnational forms of dissent.

About The Author

Kathrin Fahlenbrach is a professor of Media Studies at the University of Hamburg, Germany.Martin Klimke is the co-author of the Palgrave titles 1968 in Europe and A Breath of Freedom. He is an associate professor of History at New York University, Abu Dhabi. Joachim Scharloth is a co-author of 1968 in Europe and an associate professor...

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Title:The Establishment Responds: Power, Politics, and Protest since 1945Format:PaperbackDimensions:262 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.02 inPublished:February 7, 2012Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230114997

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PREFACE: 'A Delicate Balance': Protest Movements, Global Transformations and the World Orders since the 1960s - Akira Iriye * INTRODUCTION - Kathrin Fahlenbrach, Martin Klimke, Joachim Scharloth and Laura Wong * THEORETICAL MODELS & APPROACHES * The Impact of Protest Movements on the Establishment: Dimensions, Models, Approaches - Marco Giugni and Lorenzo Bosi * Professionalizing Dissent: Protest, Political Communication and the Media - Ralph Negrine * The Imagery of Power Facing the Power of Imagery: Towards a Visual Analysis of Social Movements - Nicole Doerr and Simon Teune * Studying Power/Knowledge Formations: Disciplining Feminism and Beyond - Ellen Messer-Davidow * LEGAL NORMS & POLITICAL CHANGE * Race and Reform: The Establishment Responds to the African American Civil Rights Movement - Manfred Berg * "A Debate in the Fox Den About Raising Chickens" How East West Dialogue on Human Rights Transformed the Cold War - Sarah Snyder * Politics of Reproduction in a Divided Europe: Abortion, Protest Movements, and State Intervention Since 1945 - Lorena Anton, Yoshie Mitobe and Kristina Schulz * INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS * Engaging Youth: Interdoc, the West European Intelligence Services and the International Student Movement in the 1960s - Giles Scott-Smith * 1968 and the Soviet Communist Party - Kimmo Rentola * Combat and Conciliation: State Treatment of Left-Wing Terrorist Groups in West and East Germany - Tobias Wunschik * The Control Arms Campaign: A Case Study for NGO Impact on International Relations After the Cold War - Javier Alcalde * CULTURAL & ECONOMIC POLICIES * Youth Fashion in Poland in the 1950s and 1960s: Ideology, Resistance and Manipulation - Anna Pelka * Corporate Reaction to Anti-Corporate Protest: Multinational Corporations and Anti-Corporate Campaigns - Veronika Kneip * Power and Protest Revisited - Jeremi Suri

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'This volume is unique in its sociological, global, and historical approach to the study of social movements. Its systematic effort at analyzing social movements in their widest social and political contexts addresses a real gap in the current literature. Insisting on a cross-disciplinary theoretical lens the volume offers novel insights and opens up new avenues for research on political protest.' - Thomas Olesen, Aarhus University, editor of Power and Transnational Activism 'A very useful contribution to the literature on protest movements.' - Gerd-Rainer Horn, University of Warwick, author of The Spirit of '68: Rebellion in Western Europe and North America, 1956-1976 'This is a cohesive volume with a clear overarching theme. It is highly original in its overall aims and in the delivery in individual chapters. There are other edited volumes in existence which deal either wholly or in part with protest movements, but none of these previous volumes really look directly at establishment responses, so this book fills a real gap in general, and individual chapters make important contributions to particular fields such as civil rights or terrorism.' - Nick Thomas, Department of History, University of Nottingham