9 edition of The global dynamics of racial and ethnic mobilization found in the catalog.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Global Dynamics of Racial and Ethnic Mobilization (Studies in Social Inequality).Cited by: This book tests a new approach to understanding ethnic mobilization and considers the interplay of global forces, national-level variation in inequality and repression, and political mobilization of ethnicity.
It advances the claim that economic and political integration among the world's states increases the influence of ethnic identity in political movements. "The Global Dynamics of Racial and Ethnic Mobilization provides a much needed impetus for conceptual debate and clarification and offers a new theoretical perspective on a critically important subject that will be generative of new lines of research.
As importantly, it sets a high standard for systematic empirical work in a field that tends to Cited by: Get this from a library. The global dynamics of racial and ethnic mobilization. [Susan Olzak] -- "This book tests a new approach to understanding ethnic mobilization and considers the interplay of global forces, national-level variation in inequality and repression, and political mobilization of.
CHAPTER ONE World Integration and Centrifugal Forces 1 CHAPTER TWO Definitions and Dynamics of Racial/Ethnic Mobilization 33 CHAPTER THREE Escalation and De-escalation: Trends in the Data 78 CHAPTER FOUR Globalization and Nonviolent Ethnic Protest, 93 CHAPTER FIVE Global Integration and Ethnic Violence, CHAPTER six Group Dynamics of Author: Susan Olzak.
The Global Dynamics of Racial and Ethnic Mobilization. By Susan Olzak. Stanford: Stanford University Press, p. $ Susan Olzak's new monograph is a milestone in comparative research. This book tests a new approach to understanding ethnic mobilization and considers the interplay of global forces, national-level variation in inequality and repression, and political mobilization of ethnicity.
It advances the claim that economic and political integration among the world's. These data provide categorical information on ethnic mobilization that addresses questions about the magnitude and scope of ethnic protest and conflict.
Because the data were collected at the ethnic-group level, they allow researchers the flexibility of moving from ethnic-group to national levels of analysis.
World integration and centrifugal forces --Definitions and dynamics of racial/ethnic mobilization --Escalation and de-escalation: trends in the data --Globalization and nonviolent ethnic protest, --Global integration and ethnic violence, --Group dynamics of ethnic protest and conflict, --Globalization in a new era.
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It proposes a new conceptual framework for thinking about ethnic identity. Susan Olzak, “Ethnic Mobilization in Quebec,” Ethnic and Racial Studies 5 (July ): –; Eric Leifer, “Competing Models of Political Mobilization: The Role of Ethnic Ties,” American Journal of Sociology 87 (July ): 23–47; Francois Nielsen, “The Flemish Movement in Belgium After World War II: A Dynamic Analysis,” American Sociological Review 45 (February ): 76 Cited by: The changing racial dynamics of the U.S., as well as the impacts of increasing globalization, have required scholars to constructively review and elaborate on racial formation theory moving into the twenty-first century.
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Problematic Sovereignty attempts to answer these and other fundamental questions by taking account of the multiple, sometimes contradictory, components of the concept of sovereignty in cases ranging from the struggle for sovereignty between China and Taiwan to the compromised sovereignty of Bosnia under the Dayton Accord.
Susan Olzak is Professor of Sociology at Stanford University, where she does research on armed conflict, ethnic violence, collective action, and social movement organizations.
Her current research projects include (1) a combined state, national, and international-level project (funded by the Sociology Program at NSF and by the UPS Endowment Fund) analyzing the impact of. Studies in Social Inequality Book Series Stanford University Press Editors: David B.
Grusky and Paula England. The Studies in Social Inequality Book Series was founded in response to the takeoff in economic inequality, the persistence or slowing decline in other forms of inequality, and the resulting explosion of research attempting to understand the sources of poverty and inequality.
An ethnic group or ethnicity is a category of people who identify with each other, usually on the basis of presumed similarities such as common language, ancestry, history, society, culture, nation or social treatment within their residing area. Ethnicity is often used synonymously with the term nation, particularly in cases of ethnic nationalism, and is separate from but related to the.
Citing the critical importance of empirical work to social movement research, the editors of this volume have put together the first systematic overview of the major methods used by social movement theorists. Original chapters cover the range of techniques: surveys, formal models, discourse analysis, in-depth interviews, participant observation, case studies, network analysis, historical.Ethnic succession theory is a theory in sociology stating that ethnic and racial groups entering a new area may settle in older neighborhoods or urban areas until achieving economic parity with certain economic classes.
The concept of succession is well established in "both ecological and economic models of urban residential change." As the newer group becomes economically successful, it moves.
This book seeks to identify the motivations of individual perpetrators of ethnic violence. The work develops four models, labeled Fear, Hatred, Resentm ent, and Rage, gleaned from existing social science literatures.
The empirical chapters apply these four models to important events of ethnic conflict in Eastern Europe, from the Russian Revolution to the collapse of Yugoslavia in the 's.