Mobilizations, Protests & Engagements: Canadian Perspectives on Social Movements

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Presenting a detailed focus on the historical experiences of a wide variety of Canadian social movements, this in-depth collection describes the lessons to be learned from past grassroots efforts. Contributors from the fields of history, political science, education, sociology, and women's studies address important questions with a Canadian angle, such as "How effective are social movements as agents of change? How has globalization shaped the way that Canadian social movements operate?" and "Are the democratic values ...