Protest Movements in Europe

Protest Movements in Europe
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Protest Movements in Europe

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Is internet an effective tool to mobilise demos or rather a tie instrument par excellence?
Are the internet and the social media capable of creating a sustainable network of protestors?
Occupy and Indignados. Do such movements have the potential of becoming a ‘habit’ of activism for the protestors or is it a trend that will fade away?
Do Occupy and Indignados have a collective identity similar to the anti-war demonstrations?
Which is the difference between old issue protests and new emotional issue demos?
Do the above mentioned have the same unraveling process?
Which is the ultimate ingredient in order to participate in a protest?
Why do some people, even though motivated by protest, prefer not to follow it?
Is there any major variation among the countries covered by the project in terms of protest culture?
Has the normalisation of protest developed to produce a normalisation of the protester?
To what extent can we say that a protest reflects the public opinion? Are the profiles of demonstrators different to those of the average man or woman in the street?
How critical is the matter of age, education and family in order to participate in a protest?
How do you assess the representative composition of every protest?
Are the protest of today more socially inclusive than those of 1960s-80s?