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Call # HN18 .T72 1997
Title Transnational social movements and global politics : solidarity beyond the state / edited by Jackie Smith, Charles Chatfield, and Ron Pagnucco ; with a foreword by Elise Boulding
Imprint Syracuse, N.Y. : Syracuse University Press, 1997
Edition 1st ed
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Descript. xxiii, 311 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Series Syracuse studies on peace and conflict resolution
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-302) and index
Subject Social movements -- Case studies
Non-governmental organizations -- Case studies
Alt Author Smith, Jackie, 1968-
Chatfield, Charles, 1934-
Pagnucco, Ron
OCLC # 36798090
Table of Contents
 Illustrations 
 Foreword / Elise Boulding 
 Introduction / Charles Chatfield 
 Contributors 
 Abbreviations 
Part 1The Phenomenon of Transnational Social Movements 
1.Social Movements and Global Transformation / Louis Kriesberg3
2.Intergovernmental and Nongovernmental Associations to 1945 / Charles Chatfield19
3.Characteristics of the Modern Transnational Social Movement Sector / Jackie Smith42
4.Social Movements and World Politics: A Theoretical Framework / Jackie Smith, Ron Pagnucco, Charles Chatfield59
Part 2Mobilizing Transnational Resources in National Conflicts 
5.Cooperative Accompaniment and Peace Brigades International in Sri Lanka / Patrick Coy81
6.Contending Neutralities: Humanitarian Organizations and War in the Horn of Africa / William DeMars101
7.The Transnational Strategies of the Service for Peace and Justice in Latin America / Ron Pagnucco123
Part 3Generating Constituencies for Multilateral Policy 
8.Mobilizing Around the United Nations Special Sessions on Disarmament / David C. Atwood141
9.Limits to Transnationalism: The 1980s Freeze Campaign / David Cortright, Ron Pagnucco159
10.Building Political Will after UNCED: EarthAction International / Jackie Smith175
Part 4Targeting International Institutions 
11.Limits to Mobilization: Environmental Policy for the European Union / Dieter Rucht195
12.Interceding at the United Nations: The Human Right of Conscientious Objection / Michael W. Hovey214
13.Brokering the Law of the Sea Treaty: The Neptune Group / Ralph B. Levering225
Part 5Theoretical Implications 
14.The Globalization of Social Movement Theory / John D. McCarthy243
15.Transnational Social Movements, World Politics, and Global Governance / Chadwick F. Alger260
 Works Cited279
 Index303