Monday, 31 March 2014

Transition as peaceful radicalism (journal)

Radicals without rebellion? A Case Study on four Transition experiments

This paper investigates whether and how social movements can promote radical positions whilst refraining from adopting an oppositional approach. Transition is a movement that is characterised by a markedly non-adversarial approach and that, whilst pursuing radical objectives, refrains from using confrontational means. Through a theoretical analysis and illustrations from four case studies this work investigates what are the implications of pursuing radical objectives through a non-adversarial approach.

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