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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54248
Doc. No:TL24202
Call number:‭3326497‬
Main Entry:Rachael M. Rudolph
Title & Author:Mobilizing movements, mobilizing contemporary Islamic resistanceRachael M. Rudolph
College:West Virginia University
Date:2008
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2008
Page No:146-n/a
Abstract:Recent world events, ranging from international violence to elections, have propelled academics and policymakers to examine Islamic resistance movements more closely. Previous studies of such movements, in both the English and Arabic literature, has been limited to historical case studies. The lack of systematic cross-case comparisons has limited the development of generalizable propositions regarding movement mobilization. In a first effort to remedy this gap in the literature, this study examines the mobilization of Islamic resistance movements--the FIS, the PIJ, Hamas, the MNLF, the MILF and the ASG--in three different countries located in three different regions. Mobilization was examined utilizing the American and European paradigms within the social movement literature. The American paradigm emphasized the role of activists for mobilization, whereas the European paradigm emphasized identity. The central goal of the study is to answer the following: Do Islamic resistance movements share common mobilization characteristics?
Subject:Social sciences; Social movements; Palestine; Islamic resistance; Philippines; Algeria; Resistance; Political science; Sociology; Islam; 0615:Political science; 0626:Sociology
Added Entry:S. W. Crichlow, Jeffrey
Added Entry:West Virginia University