Social Change and Creative Activism in the 21st Century
This book is a large-scale study of global creative activism. It explores how activists facilitate the cultivation of societal alternatives. Harrebye shows that social activism has got a creative new edge that is blurring the boundaries between artist and activist, and pop, prank, and protest.
"In what is a lively and engaging study, Harrebye explores key aspects of the phenomenon, maps the field through a rich theoretical overview, examines established and emerging forms of activist praxis, and reflects on the impact these practices may have on social change. ... Harrebye not only guides the reader through, at times, difficult conceptual and philosophical content, he also presents an original framework that bridges and supplements traditional theories of social movements." (Ian Reilly, International Journal of Communication, Vol. 10, 2016)
著者 S. Harrebye
Product type 文庫本
寸法 216 x 140 x 140 mm
製品重量 345 g