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 Nordic Party Members: Linkages in Troubled Times, Edited by Marie Demker, Knut Heidar, and Karina Kosiara-Pedersen

Heuristic and Methodological Challenges of Understanding Large Protest Events

Conflict
 
Methods
 
Protests
 
Panel Number
P195
Panel Chair
Simon Teune
Technische Universität Berlin
Panel Co-Chair
Peter Ullrich
Technische Universität Berlin
Panel Discussant
Simon Teune
Technische Universität Berlin

Time
23/08/2018 15:50 - 17:30
Location
Building: VMP 5 Floor: 2 Room: 2098
Abstract
Large protest events such as summit mobilizations are complex to study. Scholars are confronted with a plethora of heterogeneous actor groups holding specific strategic orientations. These groups encourage or discourage specific forms of action and they interact in ways that are shaped by previous conflicts. Interactions are entangled with processes of interpretation taking place in arenas as different as affinity group meetings, social media posts, and television news. This complex array is challenging. It forces scholars to make pragmatic choices that shape the academic image of protest events. The panel invites contributions that tackle the heuristic and methodological challenges of large protest events, driven by theoretical considerations or by empirical knowledge.

Paper List


Title Details
Large Protest Events and International Police Cooperation View Paper Details
Linking The Micro- And Meso-Level in The Study of Mass Demonstrations – The Case of G20 View Paper Details
Tackling the Complexity of Large Protest Events. From Formative Contexts to Situational Dynamics View Paper Details
The Discoursive Dimension of Transformative Events: Integrating Protest Event Analysis and Discourse Theory in a Nested Design View Paper Details
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