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Social movements and the state in the post-neoliberal era
(Taylor and Francis, 2020)
The purpose of this paper is to critically engage two main strands in social movements political practices – and the corresponding literature – on Latin American development since the neoliberal turn in the 1980s, but ...
Emerging forms of social-union organizing under the new conditions of Turkish capitalism: a class-capacity analysis
(Sage Publications Inc, 2020)
How has Turkey's working-class movement adapted to the new conditions of capitalism? What alternative forms of struggle have emerged to address precarization under neoliberalism? Providing a bottom-up account of social-union ...
The formation and development of the black lives matter movement: a political process perspective
(ISTANBUL UNIV, 2021)
The "Black Lives Matter" (BLM) movement is believed to be the largest social movement in American history. Making sense of such a historically significant social movement will certainly enable a fuller understanding of ...