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Constructive Anarchy: Building Infrastructures of Resistance epub

by Jeff Shantz


Constructive Anarchy: Building Infrastructures of Resistance epub

ISBN: 1409404021

ISBN13: 978-1409404026

Author: Jeff Shantz

Category: Other

Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (September 28, 2010)

Pages: 214 pages

ePUB book: 1495 kb

FB2 book: 1236 kb

Rating: 4.4

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Jeff Shantz's analysis demonstrates serious and grounded practices rooted in anarchist organising: practices that . You are leaving VitalSource and being redirected to Constructive Anarchy: Building Infrastructures of Resistance. eTextbook Return Policy.

Jeff Shantz's analysis demonstrates serious and grounded practices rooted in anarchist organising: practices that may draw on previous traditions and practices but also innovate and experiment. The varied selection of case studies allows the author to compare groups that are geared primarily towards anarchist and radical subcultures with anarchist involvement in more diverse community-based coalitions, an approach that is otherwise lacking in the literature on contemporary anarchism.

Few sociologists have been as astute observers of the modern anarchist movement as Jeff Shantz. Dana M. Williams, Valdosta State University, USA. 'Constructive Anarchy powerfully confirms the Marxian adage that within the old society the elements of a new one have been created.

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Jeff Shantz has extensive experience as an anarchist community organizer. His book Constructive Anarchy, Building Infrastructures of Resistance (Ashgate 2010) is a groundbreaking analysis of contemporary anarchist movements. He received his PhD in Sociology from York University in Toronto, Canada. He is currently a Professor at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Vancouver, Canada, and teaches courses on critical theory, elite deviance, community advocacy and human rights.

Constructive Anarchy, the result of more than a decade of direct study within a variety of anarchist projects, provides the most . Few sociologists have been as astute observers of the modern anarchist movement as Jeff Shantz.

Constructive Anarchy, the result of more than a decade of direct study within a variety of anarchist projects, provides the most wide-ranging and detailed analysis of current anarchist endeavours.

Re-Building Infrastructures of Resistance. It is the rudimentary infrastructure of alternative ways of being, an alternative future in the present. It is decidedly not a millenarian project in which hopes for liberation or freedom are deferred or projected into some imagined future.

Constructive Anarchy, the result of more than a decade of direct study within a variety of anarchist projects, provides the most wide-ranging and detailed analysis of current anarchist endeavours. The compelling discussions of anarchism and union organising, anti-poverty work and immigrant and refugee defence represent truly groundbreaking undertakings from a rising scholar of contemporary anarchism. Organised to illustrate the development of the diversity of anarchist strategies and tactics over time, the book begins with a discussion of alternative media projects before turning attention to anarchist involvement in broader community-based movements. Case studies include a discussion of anarchists and rank-and-file workplace organising, anarchist anti-borders struggles and "No One Is Illegal" movements in defence of immigrants and refugees since 9/11, and anarchist free schools and community centres. Jeff Shantz's analysis demonstrates serious and grounded practices rooted in anarchist organising: practices that may draw on previous traditions and practices but also innovate and experiment. The varied selection of case studies allows the author to compare groups that are geared primarily towards anarchist and radical subcultures with anarchist involvement in more diverse community-based coalitions, an approach that is otherwise lacking in the literature on contemporary anarchism.