On the Relationship of Political Opportunities to the Form of Collective Action: the Case of the European Union
Among the hotter topics in the social sciences these days is that of ‘globalization’. Consistent with this emphasis, movement scholars have begun to freely use terms such as ‘transnational social movements’ and ‘transnational social movement organizations’, implying that here too we are witnessing wholly new phenomena born of some more general globalizing trend.
KeywordsCollective Action Social Movement Group Strategy European Level Reform Movement
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