Interface Volume 1, Issue 2: civil society versus social movements

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ISSN 2009-2431

Editorial

Civil society versus social movements. Ana Margarida Esteves, Sara Motta, Laurence Cox (pp.1-21)
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Activist interview

To resist all degradations and divisions. S’bu Zikode in interview with Richard Pithouse (pp.22-45)
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Articles

Who speaks for peasants? Civil society, social movements and the global governance of food and agriculture. Nora McKeon (pp. 48-82)
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Contested urban environments: perspectives on the place and meaning of community action in central Dublin, Ireland.(P) Michael Punch (pp. 83-107)
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“Lo sai che non si esce vivi dagli anni ottanta?” Esperienze attiviste tra movimento e associazionismo di base nell’Italia post-77 (P) ["You do realise that nobody will get out of the eighties alive?" Activist experiences between social movements and grassroots voluntary work in Italy after 1977] Beppe de Sario (pp. 108-133)
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A luta pela formalização e tradução da igualdade nas fronteiras indefinidas do estado contemporâneo: radicalização e / ou neutralização do conflito democrático? [The struggle to formalise and translate equality within the undefined boundaries of the contemporary state: radicalization or neutralization of democratic conflict?] (P) Marco Prado, Federico Machado, Andrea Carmona (pp. 134-165)
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Civil and / or “uncivil” society? The development of civil society in Central and Eastern Europe in the context of political transformation during the post-socialist period. (P) Grzegorz Piotrowski (pp. 166-189)
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Feminist media as alternative media: a literature review. (P) Jenny Gunnarsson Payne (pp. 190-211)
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Wikipedia: community or social movement? (P) Piotr Konieczny (pp. 212-232)
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Action / teaching / research notes

Why have most Thai NGOs chosen to side with the conservative royalists, against democracy and against the poor? Giles Ji Ungpakorn (pp. 233-237)
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O engajamento da sociedade civil angolana na discussão da constituição [The involvement of Angolan civil society in debating the new constitution] Carlos Figueiredo (pp. 238-243)
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AETA, 278a und Verschwörung zur… Organisationsparagraphen zur Zerschlagung tierbefreierischen Aktivismus [AETA, paragraph 278 and conspiracy to… Conspiracy laws and the repression of animal liberation activism] Christof Mackinger (pp. 244-249)
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“Coalitioning” for quality education in Brazil: diversity as virtue? Anja Eickelberg (pp. 250-254)
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Key documents

Needed: a global labour charter movement. Peter Waterman (pp. 255-262)
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Civil society, citizenship and the politics of the (im)possible: rethinking militancy in Africa today. Michael Neocosmos (pp. 263-334)
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Reviews

Incite! Women of color against violence, The revolution will not be funded: beyond the nonprofit industrial complex. Theresa O’Keefe (pp. 335-339)
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Heidi Swarts, Organizing urban America: secular and faith-based progressive movements. Maite Tapia (pp. 340-343)
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Anna Schober, Ironie, Montage und Verfremdung. Ästhetischen Taktiken und die politische Gestalt der Demokratie. David Eugster (pp. 344-350)
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GL Francione, Animals as persons: essays on the abolition of animal exploitation. Roger Yates (pp. 351-353)
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Call for papers volume 2 issue 1:

Crises, social movements and revolutionary transformations (pp. 354-357)
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Articles marked (P) have been subject to double-blind peer review by one academic researcher and one movement practitioner. Other articles have been developed in dialogue between editors and authors.

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