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Who is Resisting Globalisation? Questioning the Diversity of Global Social ...
By: Marcelle C. Dawson  on: Mon 17 of Jan, 2005 00:17 IST  (7383 Reads)

Who is Resisting Globalisation? Questioning the Diversity of Global Social Movements

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Territory and Deterritory: Inside and outside the ESF 2004 ....
By: Rodrigo Nunes  on: Mon 17 of Jan, 2005 00:15 IST  (5212 Reads)

Territory and Deterritory: Inside and outside the ESF 2004, new movement subjectivities

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Social Forums and their Margins: Networking Logics and the Cultural Politics ...
By: Jeff Juris  on: Sun 16 of Jan, 2005 23:47 IST  (18756 Reads)

Social Forums and their Margins: Networking Logics and the Cultural Politics of Autonomous Space

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The dilemmas of open space: the future of the WSF
By: Immanuel Wallerstein  on: Thu 13 of Jan, 2005 17:46 IST  (7244 Reads)

The dilemmas of open space: the future of the WSF

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Expressions of international contestation and mechanisms of democratic control
By: Raúl Enrique Rojo, Carlos R. S. Milani & Carlos Schmidt Art  on: Thu 13 of Jan, 2005 17:37 IST  (7342 Reads)

Expressions of international contestation and mechanisms of democratic control

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Opposing fetishism by reclaiming our powers
By: Massimo De Angelis  on: Thu 13 of Jan, 2005 17:30 IST  (7011 Reads)

Opposing fetishism by reclaiming our powers: The Social Forum movement, capitalist markets and the politics of alternatives

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A leap of faith: thoughts on secularistic practices and progressive politics
By: Anila Daulatzai  on: Thu 13 of Jan, 2005 17:21 IST  (10797 Reads)

A leap of faith: thoughts on secularistic practices and progressive politics

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Approaches to social change in Social Forums
By: Véronique Rioufol  on: Thu 13 of Jan, 2005 16:57 IST  (6664 Reads)

Approaches to social change in Social Forums: Snapshots of recompositions in progress

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Conflict management and hegemonic practices in the World Social Forum 2004
By: Giuseppe Caruso  on: Thu 13 of Jan, 2005 16:45 IST  (7232 Reads)

Conflict management and hegemonic practices in the World Social Forum 2004

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Cross-readings of the anti-globalisation movement in Turkey and beyond
By: Barış Gençer Baykan & Gülçin Erdi Lelandais  on: Thu 13 of Jan, 2005 16:39 IST  (6775 Reads)

Cross-readings of the anti-globalisation movement in Turkey and beyond: Political culture in the making

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The World Social Forums: A paradoxical application of participatory doctrine
By: Isabelle Biagiotti  on: Thu 13 of Jan, 2005 16:20 IST  (7245 Reads)

The World Social Forums: A paradoxical application of participatory doctrine

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Trio
By: Taran N Khan  on: Thu 13 of Jan, 2005 16:14 IST  (7153 Reads)

Trio

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The Social Forums as an ideal model of convergence
By: Geoffrey Pleyers  on: Thu 13 of Jan, 2005 00:02 IST  (7522 Reads)

The Social Forums as an ideal model of convergence

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Explorations in open space: The World Social Forum and cultures of politics
By: Chloé Keraghel & Jai Sen  on: Wed 12 of Jan, 2005 23:30 IST  (6681 Reads)

Explorations in open space: The World Social Forum and cultures of politics

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WSF, ethics and pedagogy
By: Vanessa Andreotti & Emma Dowling  on: Mon 03 of Jan, 2005 11:14 IST  (6773 Reads)

WSF, ethics and pedagogy

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A cultural-political approach to reinventing the political
By: Michal Osterweil  on: Mon 03 of Jan, 2005 10:31 IST  (7394 Reads)

A cultural-political approach to reinventing the political

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