A few thoughts on Bayat’s notion of “Social Non-Movements”

Asef Bayat‘s idea of “social non-movements” might be crucial for thinking about “social movements” today. The very idea that we “ought” to respond to the political crises we face by organized “movements” is perhaps overly narrow. Let me say that by “social non-movements,” I mean broadly the collective action of dispersed and unorganized actors. These […]

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