Interface Issue 1 Volume 1: Movement knowledge

Contents

ISSN 2009-2431

Editorial

Movement knowledge. What do we know, how do we create knowledge and what do we do with it? Laurence Cox and Cristina Flesher Fominaya (pp.1-20)
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Articles

Action research: mapping the nexus of research and political action.(P) Mayo Fuster Morell (pp. 21-45)
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A river of life: learning and environmental social movements.(P) Budd L Hall (pp. 46-78)
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Extensão universitária: compromisso social, resistência e produção de conhecimentos (Continuing education: social commitment, resistance and the production of knowledge)(P). Sandra Maria Gadelha de Carvalho and José Ernandi Mendes (pp. 79-104)
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Redes para a (re)territorialização de espaços de conflito: os casos do MST e MTST no Brasil (Networks for the reterritorialisation of spaces of conflict: the cases of the Brazilian MST and MTST)(P). Ilse Scherer-Warren (pp. 105-124)                                     PDF

Movimentos sociais existem? (Do social movements exist?)(P). Antonio Pedro Dores (pp.125-146)
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Action / teaching / research notes

“Wor diary”: a case of DIY alternative history (action note). Michael Duckett (pp. 147-157)
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Alternative publishing experiences in Istanbul (action note). Süreyyya Evren (pp. 158-168)
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Creative democracy: wisdom councils at work (action note). Caspar Davis (pp. 169-178)
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La sistematización de experiencias y la vision emergente en el hecho educativo (teaching / research note) Alejandrina Reyes (p.179-187)
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Reviews

The mirror stage of movement intellectuals? Jewish criticism of Israel and its relationship to a developing social movement (P) (review essay). David Landy (pp.188-215)
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Janet Conway, Praxis and politics (book review). Fergal Finnegan (pp.216-224)
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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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