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The Resource Civilian jihad : nonviolent struggle, democratization, and governance in the Middle East, edited by Maria J. Stephan

Civilian jihad : nonviolent struggle, democratization, and governance in the Middle East, edited by Maria J. Stephan

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Civilian jihad : nonviolent struggle, democratization, and governance in the Middle East
Title
Civilian jihad
Title remainder
nonviolent struggle, democratization, and governance in the Middle East
Statement of responsibility
edited by Maria J. Stephan
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
DS63.1
LC item number
.C563 2009
Literary form
non fiction
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Stephan, Maria J
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  • Government, Resistance to
  • Government, Resistance to
  • Nonviolence
  • Nonviolence
  • Middle East
  • Middle East
Label
Civilian jihad : nonviolent struggle, democratization, and governance in the Middle East, edited by Maria J. Stephan
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction / Maria J. Stephan -- Pt. I. Overview -- 1. Theory and Dynamics of Nonviolent Action / Hardy Merriman -- 2. Questions and Controversies about Nonviolent Political Struggle in the Middle East / Ralph E. Crow and Philip Grant -- 3. No Silence, No Violence: A Post-Islamist Trajectory / Asef Bayat -- 4. Humor and Resistance in the Arab World and Greater Middle East / Khalid Kishtainy -- 5. Islamists and Nonviolent Action / Shadi Hamid -- 6. Free at Last! Free at Last! Allahu Akbar, We Are Free at Last! Parallels between Modern Arab and Islamic Activism and the U.S. Civil Rights Movement / Rami G. Khouri -- 7. External Actors and Nonviolent Struggles in the Middle East / Stephen Zunes and Saad Eddin Ibrahim -- Pt. II. Case Studies -- (a). Challenging Foreign Occupation and Fighting for Self-Determination -- 8. Muslim Pashtun Movement of the North-West Frontier of India, 1930-1934 / Mohammad Raqib -- 9. Noncooperation in the Golan Heights: A Case of Nonviolent Resistance / R. Scott Kennedy -- 10. Palestinian Civil Resistance against Israeli Military Occupation / Mary Elizabeth King -- 11. Nonviolent Struggle for Self-determination in Western Sahara / Salka Barca and Stephen Zunes -- 12. Lebanon's Independence Intifada: How an Unarmed Insurrection Expelled Syrian Forces / Rudy Jaafar and Maria J. Stephan -- (b). Challenging Domestic Tyranny and Promoting Democratic Reform -- 13. Iran's Islamic Revolution and Nonviolent Struggle / Mohsen Sazegara and Maria J. Stephan -- 14. Enough Is Not Enough: Achievements and Shortcomings of Kefaya, the Egyptian Movement for Change / Sheriff Mansour -- 15. Orange Movement of Kuwait: Civic Pressure Transforms a Political System / Hamad Albloshi and Faisal Alfahad -- (c). Movements for Social and Political Rights -- 16. Hizbullah: Delimiting the Boundaries of Nonviolent Resistance? / Rola el-Husseini -- 17. Winning the Mainstream: Arba Imahot, the Four Mothers Movement in Israel / Tamar Hermann -- 18. Popular Resistance against Corruption in Turkey and Egypt / Shaazka Beyerle and Arwa Hassan -- 19. Iranian Women's Movement: Repression Versus Nonviolent Resolve / Fariba Davoudi Mohajer, Roya Toloui and Shaazka Beyerle -- Conclusion 301 / Maria J. Stephan
Control code
ocn320895025
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
v, 344 p.
Isbn
9780230621411
Lccn
2009018484
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Civilian jihad : nonviolent struggle, democratization, and governance in the Middle East, edited by Maria J. Stephan
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction / Maria J. Stephan -- Pt. I. Overview -- 1. Theory and Dynamics of Nonviolent Action / Hardy Merriman -- 2. Questions and Controversies about Nonviolent Political Struggle in the Middle East / Ralph E. Crow and Philip Grant -- 3. No Silence, No Violence: A Post-Islamist Trajectory / Asef Bayat -- 4. Humor and Resistance in the Arab World and Greater Middle East / Khalid Kishtainy -- 5. Islamists and Nonviolent Action / Shadi Hamid -- 6. Free at Last! Free at Last! Allahu Akbar, We Are Free at Last! Parallels between Modern Arab and Islamic Activism and the U.S. Civil Rights Movement / Rami G. Khouri -- 7. External Actors and Nonviolent Struggles in the Middle East / Stephen Zunes and Saad Eddin Ibrahim -- Pt. II. Case Studies -- (a). Challenging Foreign Occupation and Fighting for Self-Determination -- 8. Muslim Pashtun Movement of the North-West Frontier of India, 1930-1934 / Mohammad Raqib -- 9. Noncooperation in the Golan Heights: A Case of Nonviolent Resistance / R. Scott Kennedy -- 10. Palestinian Civil Resistance against Israeli Military Occupation / Mary Elizabeth King -- 11. Nonviolent Struggle for Self-determination in Western Sahara / Salka Barca and Stephen Zunes -- 12. Lebanon's Independence Intifada: How an Unarmed Insurrection Expelled Syrian Forces / Rudy Jaafar and Maria J. Stephan -- (b). Challenging Domestic Tyranny and Promoting Democratic Reform -- 13. Iran's Islamic Revolution and Nonviolent Struggle / Mohsen Sazegara and Maria J. Stephan -- 14. Enough Is Not Enough: Achievements and Shortcomings of Kefaya, the Egyptian Movement for Change / Sheriff Mansour -- 15. Orange Movement of Kuwait: Civic Pressure Transforms a Political System / Hamad Albloshi and Faisal Alfahad -- (c). Movements for Social and Political Rights -- 16. Hizbullah: Delimiting the Boundaries of Nonviolent Resistance? / Rola el-Husseini -- 17. Winning the Mainstream: Arba Imahot, the Four Mothers Movement in Israel / Tamar Hermann -- 18. Popular Resistance against Corruption in Turkey and Egypt / Shaazka Beyerle and Arwa Hassan -- 19. Iranian Women's Movement: Repression Versus Nonviolent Resolve / Fariba Davoudi Mohajer, Roya Toloui and Shaazka Beyerle -- Conclusion 301 / Maria J. Stephan
Control code
ocn320895025
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
v, 344 p.
Isbn
9780230621411
Lccn
2009018484
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill.

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