Contention: The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest (Vol. 5, Issue 2)

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Dear Colleague,

The articles in this issue of Contention offer different perspectives on social protest, examining the roles of small activist collectives, organized policing efforts, local private politics, digital communities, and revolutionary vanguards in instances of collective action and political behavior. This issue concludes with an interview.

Please visit the Berghahn website for more information about the journal: www.berghahnjournals.com/contention

Volume 5, Issue 2

Editorial

Benjamin Abrams and Giovanni A. Travaglino
http://bit.ly/2kH8Wut

Articles

Never Mind the Ballots: The Edible Ballot Society and the Performance of Citizenship, Matthew Hayes
http://bit.ly/2BFWhCx

Shutting Down Protest: Policing, International Summitry, and the G20 Experiment in Brisbane, Binoy Kampmark

http://bit.ly/2yTYwNf

Private Politics in the Garden of England: An Atypical Case of Anti-Wind Farm Contention, Matthew Ogilvie
http://bit.ly/2CylJHa

Digital Natives: Making Sense of the Digital Political Landscape and Assessing the Potential for Mobilization versus Apathy, Patrick Readshaw

http://bit.ly/2BwIM5J

Attack Frames: Framing Processes, Collective Identity, and Emotion in the Men's Rights Subreddit, Chelsea Starr

http://bit.ly/2BJdc7p

Interview

Modern Revolutions and Beyond: An Interview with John Dunn

Benjamin Abrams and John Dunn

http://bit.ly/2yTUhRO


Access

Volumes 1-4 are open access. Please visit the journal site to view. (www.berghahnjournals.com/contention)

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