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Active Voices / A Theory of Nonviolent Action: How Civil Resistance Works

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Active Voices
A Theory of Nonviolent Action: How Civil Resistance Works
{{langos=='en'?('21/04/2017' | todate):('21/04/2017' | artodate)}} - Issue 4.1
Hosted by Rania Masri
At the Asfari Institute for Civil Society and Citizenship at the American University of Beirut, Stellan discusses his recent book A Theory of Nonviolent Action - How Civil Resistance Works.
A Theory of Nonviolent Action: How Civil Resistance Works

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Stelllan Vinthagen
Stelllan Vinthagen

Stellan Vinthagen is a Professor of Sociology and a scholar-activist. 

Stellan Vinthagen is a Professor of Sociology and a scholar-activist. Vinthagen is the Inaugural Endowed Chair in the Study of Nonviolent Direct Action and Civil Resistance and Director of the Resistance Studies Initiative at The University of Massachusetts, Amherst, U.S.A.. He is also a researcher in his native Sweden at The Department of Social and Behavioral Studies, University West, and at The School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg, where he is leading the Resistance Studies Program. He is an academic advisor to the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC) with a PhD in Peace and Development Research from University of Gothenburg (2005), 

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