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Adventure Movement Project: Building a sustainable adventure movement
by Glover, Jeffrey T., M.A.  Prescott College. 2014: 216 pages; 1557871.
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Be the Change You Want To See: Social Movement Theory and the Occupy Movement
by Mutuku, Leslie Jebet, M.A.  The American University of Paris (France). 2013: 72 pages; 10305835.
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Consuming ideals: An archaeological investigation of the social hygiene movement in Colorado
by Griffin, Kristy Kay, M.A.  Colorado State University. 2015: 219 pages; 1597842.
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Protest and repression in South Korea (1970–1979): The dialectics of movement emergence and evolution
by Chang, Paul Y., Ph.D.  Stanford University. 2008: 175 pages; 3313811.
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Engage Hamas: A Social Movement Theory Analysis of the Islamic Resistance Movement
by Lugo, Carlos D., M.A.  The American University of Paris (France). 2011: 92 pages; 10305799.
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The Taiwan Independence Movement in power: The dilemmas of a movement government
by Qi, Dongtao, Ph.D.  Stanford University. 2009: 189 pages; 3382956.
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Resisting Neoliberal Globalization: Coalition Building Between Anti-Globalization Activists in Northwest Ohio
by Kissinger, Kendel A., M.A.  Bowling Green State University. 2005: 150 pages; 10817789.
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Identity-Based Appeals: Explaining Evolution in the Strategic Rhetoric of Social Movements
by Kuhn, Katherine, Ph.D.  The George Washington University. 2013: 330 pages; 3593107.
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Occupying Land, Occupying Schools: Transforming Education in the Brazilian Countryside
by Tarlau, Rebecca Senn, Ph.D.  University of California, Berkeley. 2014: 295 pages; 3640659.
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Animal Social Networks and Movement
by Traud, Amanda Lynn, Ph.D.  North Carolina State University. 2017: 157 pages; 10610665.
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Se ve, se siente: Transmedia mobilization in the Los Angeles immigrant rights movement
by Costanza-Chock, Sasha, Ph.D.  University of Southern California. 2010: 309 pages; 3418251.
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“Blind to certain truths”: Social movement narratives, the Supreme Court, and cultural change
by Maddox, Gregory, Ph.D.  Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. 2012: 257 pages; 3514418.
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Working toward Social Change: Lessons Learned from Liberal Lifelong Social Activists
by Fletcher, Samantha S., Ph.D.  State University of New York at Albany. 2018: 464 pages; 10789015.
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Dance: The stepchild of the Black Arts Movement
by Page, Rita Delores, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2012: 169 pages; 1517536.
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An exploration of social protests and policing: Does social media undermine the message?
by Contreras, Nancy, M.C.J.  University of Colorado at Denver. 2016: 84 pages; 10149362.
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Anonymous and the virtual collective: Visuality and social movements in cyberspace
by Burford, Caitlyn M. R., M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2013: 138 pages; 1550096.
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Online Tools, Offline Action: Social Media in American Presidency and Protest
by Robertson, Allison Brooke, M.A.  The American University of Paris (France). 2012: 55 pages; 10305743.
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Gender and Caste: Self-Respect Movement in the Madras Presidency, 1925–1950
by Ganesan, Uma, Ph.D.  University of Cincinnati. 2011: 276 pages; 3490871.
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Opportunity and oppression: Social movements in Burma and the ICT catalyst
by Conrad, Brittany M., M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2011: 137 pages; 1504441.
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Change without confrontation: The making of mainstream meditation
by Kucinskas, Jaime, Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2014: 315 pages; 3629911.
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Sanctification as virtue and mission: The politics of holiness
by Willowby, Nathan, Ph.D.  Marquette University. 2016: 295 pages; 10101022.
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