Most research on social movements has ignored the significance of emotions. This edited volume seeks to redress this oversight and introduces new research themes and tools to the field of emotions and social movements.
Sociologists and political activists around the world will find this volume to be of great interest due to its wide-ranging approach and its unique emphasis on the role of emotion in protest, dissent and social movements.
1. Emotions Map 2. How Social Movements Move 3. Breaching Events and the Emotional Reactions of the By-standing Public 4. Emotional Events and the Transformation of Collective Action 5. The Problem of Emotion in Care 6. Mobilization & Moral Shock 7. Practices of Emotional Reflexivity 8. The Emotional Significance of Solidarity 9. The Entanglement of Shame 10. Conclusion