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Agir pour ne pas mourir !
Act up, les homosexuels et le sida
Act, or die!
Act up, Homosexuals and AIDS
Christophe Broqua
Despite hostile reactions around its creation in 1989, Act Up Paris has become one of the most noteworthy antiestablishment movements in France...



L'Amérique de la contestation
Les années 60 aux Etats-Unis
Marie-Christine Granjon



L'arme du droit
The law as a Weapon
Liora Israël
What use does politics of law serve? How has legal action progressively integrated itself into the repertory of resistance throughout the social movements and crises of the 20th century?



Les CDI dans la tourmente
Entre loyauté et désarroi
The Torment of the Independent Contractor
Between loyalty and distress
David Mélo



Consommateurs engagés à la Belle Époque
La Ligue sociale d'acheteurs
Socially Responsible Consumers of the Belle Epoque
'La Ligue sociale d'acheteurs'
Marie-Emmanuelle Chessel
By recounting the origins, the history and the posterity of the Ligue from the 1880s to the 1930s, this book casts a new light on the history of French society in the first half of the 20th century.



La démocratie protestataire
Mouvements sociaux et politique en France aujourd'hui
Contentious Democracy
Social movements and politics in France today
Lilian Mathieu
An original thesis defending that social movements are neither a marginal component of the political landscape, nor a menace to democracy, but revive founding principles.



Dictionnaire des mouvements sociaux
Dictionnary of Social Movements
Olivier Fillieule, Lilian Mathieu, Cécile Péchu
A usefull toolbox for decoding the language and analysis of social movements. This dictionary lists all of the key concepts, explains their origins and development, specifies their usages as well as the debates they address. More tahn 60 authors.



Émotions... Mobilisation !
Emotions ... Mobilization !
Christophe Traïni
Emotions are at the heart of mass mobilization : The objective here is to analyze these "phenomena" which allow militants to sensitize the public to their cause.



La grève
Strikes
Guy Groux, Jean-Marie Pernot
The number of strikes is declining, they are no more central in the protest repertoire of the working classes, but they are giving way to a more diffuse form of conflictuality.



La grève de la faim
Hunger Strikes
Johanna Siméant
A historical analyse of this mode of protest from its birth at the beginning of the twentieth century with British suffragettes and Irish nationalists to its later use on every continent.



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