The World Social Forum process
SMITH, Jackie; JURIS, Jeffrey S.; DÖRR, Nicole; KWON, Roy; REESE, Ellen; ANANTRAM, Kadambari; CHASE-DUNN, Christopher; COYNE, Gary; KANESHIRO, Matheu; KODA, Ashkey N.; SAXENA, Preeta
Title: The World Social Forum process
Author: SMITH, Jackie; JURIS, Jeffrey S.; DÖRR, Nicole; KWON, Roy; REESE, Ellen; ANANTRAM, Kadambari; CHASE-DUNN, Christopher; COYNE, Gary; KANESHIRO, Matheu; KODA, Ashkey N.; SAXENA, Preeta
Citation: Mobilization, 2008, 13, 4, 353-445
Subject: Social movements; International conferences; Cultural diversity; Social exchange; Race; Class; Multilingualism; Marginalized people; Social reform; Capitalism; Democracy; World Social Forum
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