Networking futures the movements against corporate globalization

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Since the first worldwide protests inspired by Peoples' Global Action (PGA)-including the mobilization against the November 1999 World Trade Organization meetings in Seattle-anti-corporate globalizati...
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Since the first worldwide protests inspired by Peoples' Global Action (PGA)-including the mobilization against the November 1999 World Trade Organization meetings in Seattle-anti-corporate globalization activists have staged direct action protests against multilateral institutions in cities such as Prague, Barcelona, Genoa, and Cancun. Barcelona is a critical node, as Catalan activists have played key roles in the more radical PGA network and the broader World Social Forum process. In 2001 and 2002, the anthropologist Jeffrey S. Juris participated in the Barcelona-based Movement for Global Resistance, one of the most influential anti-corporate globalization networks in Europe. Combining ethnographic research and activist political engagement, Juris took part in hundreds of meetings, gatherings, protests, and online discussions. Those experiences form the basis of Networking Futures, an innovative ethnography of transnational activist networking within the movements against corporate globalization.
Uitgever Duke University Press
Druk 1
ISBN/EAN 9780822342694
Auteur Juris, J.S.
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