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Gendering the European Parliament

Social Movements and Interest Groups

Civil Society
 
Interest Groups
 
Social Movements
 
Panel Number
P346
Panel Chair
Mario Diani
Università degli Studi di Trento
Panel Discussant
Marcel Hanegraaff
University of Amsterdam

Time
07/09/2019 11:00 - 12:40
Location
Building: (Building B) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: Ground floor Room: 7
Abstract
Despite a shared interest in the politics of non-state actors, the study of interest groups and social movements are much divided. This panel seeks to build bridges between these bifurcated fields. The panel includes contributions that set out to link insights from one field to another, as well as papers that have a mutual focus on social movements and interest groups.

Paper List


Title Details
Access, Voice and / or Influence: Civil Society Engagement in the European Parliament’s Intergroups View Paper Details
EU Governance and Trade Union–Social Movement Coalitions: Explaining the Unequal Success of the 'Right2Water' and the 'Fair Transport' European Citizens’ Initiatives View Paper Details
Group Investments in Political Activity – The Trade-Off between Collective and Selective Incentive Provision View Paper Details
Interest Groups and Social Movement Theories: 'Organisations' vs 'Organising'? View Paper Details
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