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Social movement, collective behavior and constituent power

Wennerhag, Magnus LU (2006) Winter Symposium of NSU krets 8: “Samfunnskritikk og analyse under globalkapitalismen”
Abstract
This paper mainly consists of two parts. The first one, originally written as an outline for the theoretical grounds of my thesis (that considers “the global justice movement”), consists in a discussion about the roots of the concept of social movements, and ends up in proposing three ways of conceiving social movements. The second part consists in an outline of one of these dimensions of social movements, with the focus on the theories of Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri, and especially the concept constituent power, and how it relates to the movement concept.
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Antonio Negri, Michael Hardt, constituent power, the multitude, collective behavior, history of the social sciences, sociology, social movements, the global justice movement, Lorenz von Stein, Gustave Le Bon, sociologiska institutionen, sociologi
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21 pages
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Winter Symposium of NSU krets 8: “Samfunnskritikk og analyse under globalkapitalismen”
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English
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  author       = {Wennerhag, Magnus},
  keyword      = {Antonio Negri,Michael Hardt,constituent power,the multitude,collective behavior,history of the social sciences,sociology,social movements,the global justice movement,Lorenz von Stein,Gustave Le Bon,sociologiska institutionen,sociologi},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {21},
  title        = {Social movement, collective behavior and constituent power},
  year         = {2006},
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