The book offers an analysis of the "Belarusian Maidan" protest
movement that emerged in Minsk at the October Square as a result of
the falsification of the presidential elections in March 2006. In
particular, the author analyses the virtual dimension of the
movement and its creativity by applying the New Social Movement
approach elaborated by Melucci. He also presents an in-depth
analysis through the use of Deleuzian concepts. The "Belarusian
Maidan" is inscribed into the historical context of Belarusian
social activism of 1990-2006, amid the increasing influence of new
ICTs and the Internet.
Peter Lang Ag
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||Polish Studies in Culture, Nations and Politics, 5
||210 x 148 x 23mm (L x W x T)
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