I am very grateful for this invitation to present my research in Mobilizing Ideas. As a young scholar, I have been studying social movements, trade unions and other forms of political participation using a variety of methods depending on the research question I needed to answer. Ethnography, life stories and process tracing are the ones I used the most. In this short text, I will focus on the following topics of my scholarly production: 1. Public deliberation and urban movements; 2. The youth condition and political participation; 3. The role of social movements, trade unions and protest on democratization; 4. The struggle of the poor for their socio-political reincorporation; and 5. The multiple scales in the resistance to the globalization of neoliberalism. My aim is to very briefly introduce the core questions and answers I have researched.
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by Federico M. Rossi | November 19, 2014 · 8:16 AM
Studying Social Movements in the South
Filed under Emerging Stars in Social Movement Research, Essay Dialogues
Tagged as Africa, Argentina, Asia, ATTAC, austerity protests, Brazil, democratization, Eastern Europe, ethnography, Free Trade Area of the Americas, globalization, Latin America, life stories, mobilization, multiple scales of action, neoliberalism, NGO, piqueteros, Political Process, poor people's movements, process tracing, Protest, reincorporation, Social Movements, Social Movements Research, Southern Europe, trade unions, unemployed, worker-managed factories, youth political participation