Description - Social Movements by Vincenzo Ruggiero
This timely Reader plays an important role in the field of social movements. It fills a significant gap by covering a number of connected areas within social studies. Responding to growing demand for interpretation and analysis of re-emerging social conflicts in the developed, as well as the developing world, this timely collection is the outcome of the recent boost received by social movement studies since the spread of contention and collective action at international level and the growth of the 'anti-globalization' movement. Intended not only as a comprehensive introduction for undergraduates and postgraduates studying social movements, this volume also provides a truly global perspective, combining classic sociological thought and contemporary concerns. This book provides an essential guide to 'who is who' in the field of social movement studies and includes reflective and documentary material on contemporary conflicts. This volume is also an incredibly valuable resource for more general modules on sociological theory, global sociology, the history of sociological thought, contemporary social theory, and international and globalization studies.
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Author Biography - Vincenzo Ruggiero
Vincenzo Ruggiero is Professor of Sociology at Middlesex University in London and at the University of Pisa in Italy. He is the author of Crime and Markets; Movements in the City; Crime in Literature; Understanding Political Violence; Organised and Corporate Crime in Europe and co-author of Eurodrugs. He co-edited Western European Penal Systems and The New European Criminology. Nicola Montagna is research fellow at Middlesex University. He is the editor of I Movimenti Sociali e le Mobilitazioni Globali (Milan: Franco Angeli), and is currently researching global social movements from a cognitive and organisational perspective.