Scenes and Social Movements


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LEACH, Darcy K., Sebastian HAUNSS, 2009. Scenes and Social Movements. In: JOHNSTON, Hank, ed.. Culture, social movements, and protest. Aldershot [u.a.]:Ashgate, pp. 255-276

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Haunss, Sebastian 2011-03-24T10:10:25Z First publ. in: Culture, social movements, and protest / ed. by Hank Johnston. Aldershot [u.a.]: Ashgate, 2009, pp. 255-276 terms-of-use Scenes and Social Movements 2009 Social movements operate in a realm between the public and private spheres. Researchers have long been aware of these intermediate spheres and have emphasized them as places where oppositional frames and collective identities are constructed. But even as the importance of free-space concepts has not been overlooked, we still know surprisingly little about their inner dynamics, the circumstances under which they arise, or their effect on social movement development.<br />In our contribution we propose to identify this intermediate sphere as scene that is simultaneously a network of people who share a common identity and a common set of subcultural or countercultural beliefs, values, norms, and convictions as well as a network of physical spaces where members of that group are known to congregate.<br />Drawing on data from two movement scenes in Germany we offer 10 propositions about movement-scene linkages that help to understand the roles scenes can play in movement processes related to mobilization, the construction and maintenance of collective identities, practices and organizational forms, and movement longevity. application/pdf Leach, Darcy K. Leach, Darcy K. eng 2011-03-24T10:10:25Z Haunss, Sebastian

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