Title:Micro-Mobilization into Armed Groups: ideological, instrumental and solidaristic paths Author(s):BOSI, Lorenzo; DELLA PORTA, DonatellaDate:2012Citation:
- Qualitative Sociology, 2012, 35, 4, 361-383
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[COSMOS]Abstract:Based on biographical materials of armed militants of the Provisional Irish Republican Army and Red Brigades, this article analyses variation within the micromobilization that leads to armed groups. Three general paths are ...
Title:The Hidden Order of Corruption: An institutional approach Author(s):DELLA PORTA, Donatella; VANNUCCI, AlbertoDate:2012Citation:
- Burlington, Ashgate, 2012, Advances in Criminology
Type:BookSeries/Number:[COSMOS]Abstract:The Hidden Order of Corruption investigates the hidden order of corruption, looking at the invisible codes and mechanisms that govern and stabilize the links between corrupters and corruptees. When corruption is exposed, ...
Title:Global Movements in Local Struggles: Findings on the Social Forum Process in Italy Author(s):DELLA PORTA, Donatella; MOSCA, LorenzoDate:2012Citation:
- Jackie SMITH, Scott BYRD, Ellen REESE and Elizabeth SMYTHE (eds), Handbook on World Social Forum Activism, Boulder, Paradigm Publishers, 2012, 248-265
Type:Contribution to bookSeries/Number:[COSMOS]Abstract:This chapter addresses the developments of local social forums in Italy. It looks especially at their network structures, faming and repertoires of action, as well as their consequences on the Italian social movement sector.
Title:Clandestine political violence Author(s):DELLA PORTA, DonatellaDate:2013Citation:
- Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013, Cambridge Studies in Contentious Politics
Type:BookSeries/Number:[COSMOS]Abstract:'Clandestine Political Violence' compares four types of clandestine political violence: left-wing (in Italy and Germany), right-wing (in Italy), ethnonationalist (in Spain) and religious fundamentalist (in Islamist clandestine ...
Title:Desperately Seeking Politics: Political attitudes of participants in three demonstrations for worker's rights in Italy Author(s):DELLA PORTA, Donatella; REITER, HerbertDate:2012Citation:
- Mobilization: An International Quarterly, 2012, Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. 349-361
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[COSMOS]Abstract:Social conflicts tend to take different forms. This article compares three demonstrations on issues of social justice in Italy: a traditional Labor Day demonstration, a march supporting a general strike called by the largest ...
Title:Protest and policing on October 15th, global day of action : the Italian case Author(s):DELLA PORTA, Donatella; ZAMPONI, LorenzoDate:2013Citation:
- Policing and Society, 2013, Vol. 23, No. 1, pp. 65-80
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[COSMOS]Abstract:Fifteenth October 2011, a global day of anti-austerity action called for by the Spanish indignados, saw hundreds of thousands of protestors converging on Rome for a national march. One of the largest, this Rome event was ...
Title:Presentación. Desafíos metodológicos en la investigación de la participación Author(s):FONT, Joan; DELLA PORTA, Donatella; SINTOMER, YvesDate:2012Citation:
- Revista Internacional de Sociología (RIS), 2012, 70, 2 extra, 9-18
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[COSMOS]Abstract:Participation is a well-established subject in the social sciences. Individual participation, non-governmental organizations, interest groups, and social movements have all been important fields of research for years, at ...
Title:The Wiley-Blackwell encyclopedia of social and political movements Editor(s):SNOW, David A.; DELLA PORTA, Donatella; KLANDERMANS, Bert; MCADAM, DougDate:2013Citation:
- Chichester ; Malden : Wiley-Blackwell, 2013, SSEZ - Blackwell Encyclopedias in Social Sciences
Type:BookSeries/Number:[COSMOS]Abstract:Non-institutionalized collective action is such a conspicuous feature of today’s social landscape, exemplified by recent events in the Arab world, that a day rarely goes by in which the news does not refer to a social ...
Title:The Riots: A dynamic view Author(s):DELLA PORTA, Donatella; GBIKPI, BernardDate:2012Citation:
- Seraphim SEFERIADES and Hank JOHNSTON (eds), Violent Protest, Contentious Politics and the neo-liberal State, Farnham, Ashgate, 2012, The Mobilization Series on Social Movements, Protest, and Culture, 87-102
Type:Contribution to bookSeries/Number:[COSMOS]Abstract:Most social science concepts are contested—but some more so. This is the case for riot, that (as terrorism or Nimby), derives from everyday language, and is used in a stigmatizing way to single out irrational and deviant ...