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Social Movements and NetworksRelational Approaches to Collective Action$
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Mario Diani and Doug McAdam

Print publication date: 2003

Print ISBN-13: 9780199251780

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0199251789.001.0001

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Cross‐Talk in Movements: Reconceiving the Culture‐Network Link

Cross‐Talk in Movements: Reconceiving the Culture‐Network Link

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(p.258) 11 Cross‐Talk in Movements: Reconceiving the Culture‐Network Link
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Social Movements and Networks
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Ann Mische

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/0199251789.003.0011

In dialogue with recent developments in cultural sociology, this chapter looks at the forms of discourse generated by movement activists in response to the multiple relations in which they are involved. Networks are reinterpreted as multiple, cross‐cutting sets of social relations sustained by conversational dynamics within social settings. They are at the same time the location for the development of movement solidarities and for the transmission of messages, identity, etc. across movements. The chapter identifies several conversational mechanisms that characterize the process of network construction and reproduction. It also introduces a technique, Galois lattices, to map the complexity of conjunctures of actors and events in a dynamic way.

Keywords:   conversation, cultural analysis, cultural sociology, discourse, Galois lattices, identity, network construction, social movements, social relations, solidarity

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