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special issue of social movement studies – networks edition

Social Movement Studies has a new issue out. The topic is networks. A few articles: Florence Passy and Gina-Andrea Monsch ask if networks matter. Rachel Stevenson and Nick Crossley exam elite IRA networks. Mark Tremayne adds to the literature on Twitter and Occupy. The entire issue is recommended. 50+ chapters of grad skool advice goodness: From […]
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