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Complexity and Social Movements: Multitudes at the Edge of Chaos (International Library of Sociology) Paperback – 22 Mar 2007
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'This is the first seriously theoretical and empirically rich book I've found on the new global movements. It manages to bring together social movement studies, the neo-vitalism of Gilles Deleuze and complexity theory in one text'
Amazon.co.uk. - PhD Student, Cambridge
'...there is a lot to like and admire about Complexity and Social Movements.... The obligatory discussion (seemingly mandatory in books about ‘globalization’) about ‘global civil society’ is excellent and important, and other fascinating insights can be garnered throughout the book. The book would best serve as a text for a graduate-level social theory course or maybe a special-topics seminar on globalization.'
-Dana Williams, Valdosta State University, in Social Movement Studies, vol 10 iss 4
Top customer reviews
If you want to understand the potential of these new movements and their importance for theories of social change it's well worth a look. I was passed an advanced copy by my supervisor, but I reckon it should be in Uni libraries soon.
PhD Student, Cambridge.