Movimentos Sociais

Geral/Sem categoria

  1. Barlow, M. and Clarke, T. (2002) Global Showdown: How the New Activists Are Fighting Global Corporate Rule, Toronto: Stoddart.
  2. BEY, Hakim, Zone autonome temporaire, Paris, Editions de l'éclat, 1997. Disponible en ligne en anglais à : (consulté le 19 juillet 2006)
  3. BOURDIEU, Pierre, Contre-feux, Paris, Raisons d'Agir, 1998, 128p.
  4. BOURDIEU, Pierre, Contre-feux 2, Paris, Raisons d'Agir, 2001, 112 p.
  5. DEBRAY, Régis, L’emprise, Le Débat/Gallimard, 2000, 145 p.
  6. de CERTEAU, Michel, The practice of everyday life, Berkeley/University of California Press, 1984, 229 p.
  7. DOBRY, Michel, Sociologie des crises politiques. La dynamique des mobilisations intersectorielles, Paris, Presses de la Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, 1992 (1986), pp. 13-171.
  8. FELSTINER, William F., ABEL, Richard, SARAT, Austin, “the emergence and transformation of disputes : naming, blaming, claiming”, Law and Society Review, vol. 15, 1980, pp. 630-654.
  9. FILLIEULE, Olivier, Stratégies de la rue. Les manifestations en France, Paris, Presses de Science Po, 1997, pp. 95-125.
  10. FILLIEULE, Olivier, « Propositions pour une analyse processuelle de l'engagement individuel », Revue Française de Science Politique, vol. 51, n° 1-2, février-avril 2001, pp. 199-217.
  11. FILLIEULE, Olivier, « L'analyse des mouvements sociaux : pour une problématique unifiée », in FILLIEULE, Olivier (dir.), Sociologie de la protestation : les formes de l'action collective dans la France contemporaine, Paris, L'Harmattan, 1993, pp. 29-64.
  12. GUPTA, Akhil and FURGOSON, James, “Beyond “Culture”: Space, Identity, and the Politics of Difference”, Cultural Anthropology, vol. 7, No. 1, 1992, pp. 6-23.
  13. INGLEHART, Ronald, The Silent Revolution. Changing values and Political Styles Among Western Publics, Princetown University Press, 1977.
  14. JELIN, Elizabeth, Women and social change in Latin America. Geneva : United Nations Research Institute for Social Development ; London ; Atlantic Highlands, N.J. : Zed books, 1990 (1994 printing), 226 p.
  15. LACOUR, Laurence, Le bûcher des innocents, Paris, Plon, 1993.
  16. MATONTI, Frédérique, POUPEAU, Franck, « Le capital militant : essai de définition », Actes de la Recherche en Sciences Sociales, n° 155, 2004/5, pp. 4-11.
  17. MATONTI, F., “Crises politiques et reconversions : Mai 68”, Actes de la Recherche en Sciences Sociales, n° 158, juin 2005, Paris, Le Seuil, pp. 5-7.
  18. MELUCCI, Alberto, Nomads of the present : social movements and individual needs in contemporary society. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1989, 288 p.
  19. MELUCCI, Alberto, « Société en changement et nouveaux mouvements sociaux », Sociologie et Société, vol. 10, n° 2, 1978, pp. 37-53.
  20. MOSCOVICI, S., Psychologie des minorités actives, Paris, Sociologies, PUF, 1991 (1979).
  21. NEVEU, Erik, Sociologie des mouvements sociaux, Paris, Repères, La Découverte, 2002.
  22. OBERSCHALL, Anthony, Social Movements. Ideologies, Interests, & Identities, Transaction Publishers, 1996, p. 39-42.
  23. OFFE, C., « Challenging the boundaries of institutionnal politics : social movements since the 60's », in Maier (ed.), Changing the boundaries of the political, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1987, pp. 63-91.
  24. TARROW, Sidney, Power in Movement; Social Movements and Contentious Politics, Cambridge, Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics, Cambridge university Press, 1994.
  25. TILLY, Charles, From mobilization to revolution Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., 1978, 349 p.
  26. TILLY, Charles, “Les origines du répertoire d'action collective en France et en Grande-Bretagne”, Vingtième Siècle, vol. 4, 1984, pp. 89-104.
  27. TOURAINE, Alain, Return of the actor : social theory in postindustrial society. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1988, 171 p.
  28. TOURAINE, Alain, « Contre-culture », in Encyclopaedia Universalis – Dictionnaire de la sociologie, Encyclopaedia Universalis et Albin Michel, Paris, 1998, pp. 204-210.
  29. Touraine, A. (1981). The voice and the eye: an analysis of social movements. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  30. Zald, M. & McCarthy, J. (1987). Social movements in an organizational society. New Brunswick: Transaction.


  • Anon. (1995a) 'Computer Anarchy', Freedom, 8 April 1995: 5.
  • Atkinson, J. (2003). Gathering Together to Smash the State: An Analysis of Rhetorical Artifacts From the 2002 North American Anarchist Gathering.
  • Atton, Chris (1999) ‘Green Anarchist: A Case Study in Radical Media’, Anarchist Studies 7(1), March 1999, 25-49.
  • Atton, Chris (1996b) 'Anarchy on the Internet: Obstacles and Opportunities for Alternative electronic publishing', Anarchist Studies, 4, October 1996: 115-32.
  • Bakunin, M. (1990 (1873)). Statism and Anarchy/Gosudarstvennost' i anarkhiia (M. Shatz, Trans.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Bey, Hakim (1991) T.A.Z.: the Temporary Autonomous Zone, Ontological Anarchy, Poetic Terrorism, Brooklyn, N.Y.: Autonomedia.
  • BEY, Hakim, Zone autonome temporaire, Paris, Editions de l'éclat, 1997. Disponible en ligne en anglais à : (consulté le 19 juillet 2006)
  • Bonnett, Alastair (1991/1996) ‘The Situationist Legacy,’ Variant (9), Autumn 1991. Reprinted in Stewart Home (ed.) What is Situationism? A Reader, Edinburgh and San Francisco, Calif.: AK Press, pp. 192-201. Reference is to the latter.
  • Bookchin, Murray (1986) 'A Note on Affinity Groups.' In Murray Bookchin, Post-scarcity Anarchism, 2nd. ed., Montreal: Black Rose, pp. 243-4.
  • Brigade, T. C. G. (2003). Anarchy in The Age of Dinosaurs: Yellow Jacket Distrow.
  • Chan, Andy (1995) 'Anarchists, Violence and Social Change: Perspectives from Today's Grassroots', Anarchist Studies, 3(1), Spring 1995, 45-68.
  • Class War Federation (1991) This is Class War: an Introduction to the Class War Federation. Revised and updated ed. [S.l.]: [s.n.]
  • Davis, R. E. (2006). The Anarchist FAQ as a Document of a Revitalization Movement In Late Global Post-modernity Norman: University of Oklahoma.
  • Day, R. J. F. (2005). Gramsci Is Dead Anarchist Currents in the Newest Social Movements (1 ed.). Toronto: Pluto Press.
  • D.I.Y. Politics (1996) Supplement to New Statesman and Society, 1 March 1996.
  • Dodge, Chris (1998) ‘Taking Libraries to the Street: Infoshops and Alternative Reading Rooms,’ American Libraries, May 1998: 62-64.
  • Goldman, E. (1969(1917)). Anarchism and Other Essays. New York: Dover Publications.
  • Glasper Ian (2006) The Day the Country Died: A History of Anarcho Punk 1980-1984. London: Cherry Red Books.
  • Graeber, D. (2004). Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology. Chicago: Prickly Paradigm Press/University of Chicago.
  • Hodges, D. C. (1995). Mexican Anarchism After the Revolution. Austin: University of Texas Press.
  • Hong, N. (1992). Constructing the Anarchist Beast in American Periodical Literature, 1880-1903. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 9, 110-130.
  • Kahn, R., & Kellner, D. (2004). New media and Internet activism: from the `Battle of Seattle' to blogging. New Media & Society, 6(1), 87-95.
  • Katsiaficas, George, The Subversion of Politics: European Autonomous Social Movements and the Decolonization of Everyday Life. New Jersey: Humanities Press.
  • McKay, George (ed.) (1998) DiY Culture: Party and Protest in Nineties Britain. London: Verso.
  • Molland, Noel (1998) ‘The Gandalf Trial’, Arkangel (19), unpagainated.
  • Munson, Chuck (1997) 'Your Friendly Neighborhood Infoshop.' Unpublished second draft of an article for the zine MaximumRockNRoll, forwarded to the author (Atton) by Chris Dodge of the Utne Reader.
  • Owens, L., & Palmer, L. K. (2003). Making the News: Anarchist Counter-Public Relations on the World Wide Web. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 20(4), 335-361.
  • Quail, John (1978) The Slow Burning Fuse: The Lost History of the British Anarchists. London: Paladin.
  • Searle, Denise (1997) Gathering Force: DIY Culture, Radical Action for Those Tired of Waiting, London: The Big Issue Writers.
  • ‘Sunfrog’ (1995) 'A Treatise on Electronic Anarchy and the Net: Arguments for the Elimination of the Information Age', Fifth Estate, 29(2), (no. 345), Winter 1995: 3-4, 6, 21.
  • Wakefield, Stacy and ‘Grrrt’ [sic] (1995) Not for Rent: Conversations with Creative Activists in the U.K., Amsterdam: Evil Twin.
  • Welsh, Ian and McLeish, Phil (1996) 'The European Road to Nowhere: Anarchism and Direct Action against the UK Roads Programme', Anarchist Studies, 4(1), March 1996: 27-44.
  • Wolf, R. P. (1970). In Defense of Anarchism. New York: Harper Torch.

Animal Rights

Civil Rights


  • Dery, Mark (1993) Culture Jamming: Hacking, Slashing and Sniping in the Empire of Signs, Westfield, N. J.: Open Magazine Pamphlet Series.
  • Jenkins, Henry (1992) ‘“Strangers No More, We Sing”: Filking and the Social Construction of the Science Fiction Fan Community.’ In Lisa A. Lewis (ed.), The Adoring Audience: Fan Culture and Popular Media, London: Routledge, pp. 208-236.



  • Gauntlett, David (1996) Video Critical: Children, the Environment and Media Power, Luton: John Libbey Media.
  • Hey! Baby: Teenage act discuss involvement with queer, free, animal rights and other causes. (2001). Curve, 11(4).
  • Ingalsbee, T. (1996). Earth First! Activism: Ecological postmodern praxis in radical everyone doesn't. Sociological Perspectives, 39(2), 263-276.
  • Jackson, J. B. (2004). Recontextualizing Revitalization Cosmology and Cultural Stability in the Adoption of Peyotism among the Yuchi. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
  • Short, B. (1991). Earth First! and the rhetoric of moral confrontation. Communication Studies, 42, 172-188.



  1. Brunsdon, Charlotte, The Feminist, the Housewife, and the Soap Opera, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 2000.
  2. Varda Burstyn (ed), Women Against Censorship, Vancouver and Toronto, Douglas and McIntyre, 1985.
  3. Vance, Carole S. (ed.), Pleasure and Danger: Exploring Female Sexuality, Boston and London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1984.

Free Speech




  • Workers' Life (1928/1983) The Worker Correspondent. In Armand Mattelart and Seth Siegelaub (eds.), Communication and Class Struggle, Vol. 2: Liberation, Socialism, New York, N.Y.: International General, 1983: 153-157.


  • HENNEBERT, Bernard, Mode d’emploi pour téléspectateurs actifs, Bruxelles, Labor, 2003.
  • MALER, Henri, REYMOND, Mathias (pour ACRIMED), Médias et mobilisations sociales. La morgue et le mépris ?, Paris, Syllepse, coll. Arguments et mouvements, 2007, 176 p.
  • SAMPEDRO, Víctor, « The Media Politics of Social Protest », Mobilization : An International Journal, 2(2), 1997, pp. 185-205.


Van den Dungen, P. (1990). From Erasmus to Tolstoy: The Peace Literature of Four Centuries: Jacob Ter Meulen's Bibliographies of the Peace Movement before 1899. New York: Greenwood Press.



  • Califia Pat (1994) Public Sex: The Culture of Radical Sex. Pittsburgh and San Francisco: Cleis Press.
  • Carter, Erica and Simon Watney eds (1989) Taking Liberties: AIDS and Cultural Politics. London: Serpent's Tail.
  • Crimp, Douglas ed. (1987, Winter) October 43, special issue on AIDS: Cultural Analysis, Cultural Activism.
  • Crimp, Douglas with Adam Rolston (1990). AIDS Demo Graphics. Seattle: Bay Press.
  • Hanscombe Gillian E. and Andrew Lumsden (1983) Title Fight: The Battle for Gay News. London: Brilliance Books.
  • Hocquenghem Guy (1979) Race D'Ep! Un Siecle D'Images de l'Homosexualite. Paris: Editions Libres / Hallier.
  • Michaels, Eric (1990) Unbecoming: An Aids Diary. Rose Bay, Australia: Empress Publishing.
  • Stein, Arlene ed. (1993) Sisters, Sexperts and Queers: Beyond the Lesbian Nation. New York: Plume Books.
  • Stevens, Robin ed. (1994) Girlfriend Number One: Lesbian Life in the 90s. Pittsburgh and San Francisco: Cleis Press.
  • Streitmatter, Rodger (1995) Unspeakable: The Rise of the Gay and Lesbian Press in America. Boston and London: Faber and Faber.


Dissanayake, Wimal. “A Buddhist Approach to Development: A Sri Lankan Endeavor.” In Georgette Wang and Wimal Dissanayake, eds., Continuity and Change in Communication Systems: An Asian Perspective. Norwood, New Jersey: Ablex Publishing Corporation, 1984, 39-51.

Vigil, Jose Ignacio (1985) Radio Pio XII: Una Mina de Coraje. Quito: ALER / Pio XII.

Lowy, Michael (1996) The War of Gods: Religion and Politics in Latin America. London and New York: Verso.

Right Wing


  • Allen, Peter (1985) 'Socialist Worker - Paper with a Purpose', Media, Culture and Society, 7: 205-232.


Transnational Advocacy Networks

  • AMIRAUX, Valérie, « Les limites du transnational comme espace de mobilisation », Cultures et Conflits, n° 33-34, 1999, pp. 25-50.
  • BATLIWALA, Srilatha, BROWN, L. David (2006), Transnational Civil Society. An introduction, Bloomfield, Kumarian Press.
  • BOB, Clifford (2005), The Marketing of Rebellion. Insurgents, Media and International Activism, Cambridge University Press
  • CARAMEL, Laurence, « Les réseaux de l'antimondialisation », Critique Internationale, n° 13, octobre 2001, pp. 153-151.
  • CESARI, Jocelyne, « Le multiculturalisme mondialisé : le défi de l'hétérogénéité », Cultures et Conflits, n° 33-34, 1999, pp. 5-23.
  • CRETTIEZ, Xavier, SOMMIER, Isabelle (2006), « La France rebelle au-delà de l’Hexagone », in La France Rebelle : tous les mouvements et acteurs de la contestation, Paris, Michalon, pp. 643-654
  • DELLA PORTA, Donatella (2003), “Globalisation et mouvements sociaux. Hypothèses à partir d'une recherche sur la manifestation contre le G8 à Gênes”, Pôle Sud, n° 19, novembre, pp. 175-195.
  • DEZALAY, Yves (2004), « Les courtiers de l’international. Héritiers cosmopolites, mercenaires de l’impérialisme et missionnaires de l’universel », in Actes de la Recherche en Sciences Sociales, n° 151-152, Sociologie de la Mondialisation, Paris, Seuil, mars pp. 5-35 .
  • KECK, Margaret E., SIKKINK, Kathryn, Activists beyond borders. Advocacy Networks in International Politics, Cornell University Press, Ithaca and London, , 1998, 227 p.
  • McADAM, Doug, TARROW, Sidney, TILLY, Charles (1998), « Pour une cartographie de la politique contestataire », Politix, n° 41, pp. 7-32.
  • PORTES, Alejandro (1999), « La mondialisation par le bas. L’émergence des communautés transnationales », Actes de la recherche en sciences sociales, vol. 129, n. 1, pp. 15-25.
  • POULIGNY, Béatrice, « Acteurs et enjeux d'un processus équivoque. La naissance d'une 'internationale civile' », Critique Internationale, n° 13, 2001, pp. 163-176.
  • SMITH, Jackie (2001), “Globalizing Resistance : the battle of Seattle and the Future of Social Movements”, Mobilization : An International Journal, 6(1), p. 1-20.
  • SOMMIER, Isabelle (2003), Le renouveau des mouvements contestataires à l'heure de la mondialisation, nouvelle édition revue et augmentée, Paris, Flammarion, Champs, 337 p.
  • SOMMIER, Isabelle, Les nouveaux mouvements contestataires à l'heure de la mondialisation, Paris, Dominos/Flammarion, 2001.
  • TARROW, Sidney, “La contestation transnationale”, in, Cultures et conflits, n° 38-39, 2000, pp. 187-223.
  • ZIRAKZADEH, Cyrus Ernesto (2008), » Crossing Frontiers: Theoretical Innovations in the Study of Social Movements” (book review), International Political Science Review 29, pp. 525-541



  1. Benjamin, M. (1995) “On the road with the Zapatistas: Mexican crackdown in Chiapas,” The Progressive May, 59 (5).
  2. Bonfil Batalla, Guillermo (1996) México Profundo: reclaiming a civilization. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
  3. FALCO HORTIZ, Pedro Enrique, “Das montanhas mexicanas ao ciberespaço”, Estudos Avanzados, 19(55), 2005, pp. 173-186.
  4. Holloway, J. and Peláez, E., eds. (1998) Zapatista! Reinventing Revolution from the Ground up. London: Pluto Press.
  5. Rumsey, S. (1995) “Re: the situation in Chiapas - update of urgent action,” ICCHRLA Committee Report sent Monday, February 13, to web:icchrla in igc:reg.mexico. This message is archived as ‘ICCHRLA Action Update, Feb.16 (fwd)’ in the February, 1995 Chiapas95 archives. gopher://
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