Contention (Vol. 9, Issue 1)

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Dear Colleague,

 

The new issue of Contention: The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest has published!

 

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Volume 9, Issue 1

 

Editorial

Brian Callan and Giovanni A. Travaglino

https://bit.ly/3yFWHDD

 

Articles

Parties, Movements, Brokers: The Scottish Independence Movement

David McKeever

https://bit.ly/34na6mf

 

The Relationship between Dimensions of Collective Action, Introversion/ Extroversion, and Collective Action Endorsement among Women

Adrianna Tassone and Mindi D. Foster

https://bit.ly/3oTXiwY

 

Why “Dissident” Irish Republicans Haven’t Gone Away: A Visual Study of the Persistence of “Terrorism”

Robert W. White

https://bit.ly/3hWZbrn

 

Activist Article

Digitally Dismantling Asian Authoritarianism: Activist Reflections from the #MilkTeaAlliance

Adam K. Dedman and Autumn Lai

https://bit.ly/2RQXTDx

 

Letters

Violence, Social Movements, and Black Freedom Struggles: Ten Theses toward a Research Agenda for Scholars of Contention Today

AK Thompson

https://bit.ly/3fqPi3x

 

Invited Comments

What Social Identities Can Tell Us about Violence in Social Movements, and Vice Versa: A Social-Psychological Response to “Violence, Social Movements, and Black Freedom Struggles: Ten Theses Toward a Research Agenda for Scholars of Contention Today”

Andrew G. Livingstone

https://bit.ly/2SBxo51

 

Some Psychological Implications of Black Struggle

Colin Wayne Leach and Cátia P. Teixiera

https://bit.ly/3yKKJsk

 

Access

Volumes 1-4 are open access. Please visit the journal site to view. https://www.berghahnjournals.com/view/journals/contention/contention-overview.xml

 

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