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Actions collectives

Edited by Sophie Béroud, Camille Hamidi and Lilian Mathieu

Collective actions: the plural of the title of this collection attests that the collective forms of political participation are diverse and do not fall into closed categories - social movements, protest politics, labor conflicts, etc. -, but also that they maintain proximity which prohibits any disciplinary partitioning. Whether it is protest mobilization, union action, associative or humanitarian engagement, whether their expressions are disruptive or peaceful, whether they are deployed here or elsewhere, whether they take place in the past or in the present, collective actions will be approached by restoring their precise historical contexts and in broader social relationships. The collection also intends to favor the diversity of insights specific to the social sciences, while combining analytical rigor and concern for empirical research. 

ISSN (Print version): 2556-6067

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