Nonviolence Speaks: Communicating Against Repression
This text addresses the power of popular nonviolent action against repression, aggression and oppression. Three case studies are examined, and then attention is turned to theory. Surveys are made of nonviolence and communication theories, probing for insights in the nonviolence-communication nexus.
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