Bodies in Protest: Hunger Strikes and Angry Music

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نام کتاب : Bodies in Protest: Hunger Strikes and Angry Music
عنوان ترجمه شده به فارسی : اجساد در اعتراض: اعتصاب غذا و موسیقی خشمگین
سری : Protest and Social Movements
نویسندگان : , ,
ناشر : Amsterdam University Press
سال نشر : 2016
تعداد صفحات : 181
ISBN (شابک) : 9089649336 , 9789089649331
زبان کتاب : English
فرمت کتاب : pdf
حجم کتاب : 1 مگابایت



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Cover
Table of contents
Preface
James M. Jasper
Hunger strikes
Johanna Siméant
Introduction
1. From fast to hunger strike
Fasting and protest in history
A 20th-century political form of action
Gandhi and fasting
From the Algerian War to the banalisation of the 1960s-1970s
2. An atypical and irrational method?
An ‘individual’ method of action?
An irrational method of action?
A residual method of action?
3. The meaning of bodily violence
The limits of the culturalist hypothesis
Violence, non-violence and militant traditions
Testify and denounce
Public denunciation of injustice
The authorities as responsible
Challenges to the authenticity of engagement
Refusing the grip of power
The body in struggles over status and recognition
4. Hunger strikes, media and politics
Hunger strike, political regimes and the state
Faced with the state, public opinion and humanity
Different tolerance of protest by different states
In the media spotlight
Mobilising media: Spectacular and humanitarian
Reticence or engagement by journalists
Media coverage and reception of hunger strikes
Hunger strikes in repertoires of protest action
Repertoires and ‘comparative advantages’?
Criticism of the legitimacy of the use of hunger strikes
Temporality of the use of hunger strikes and protest cycles
5. Hunger strikers and injustice
‘Little people’ confronting the machine
Victims
Struggles for status and the world of work
‘Institutional dissidents’
Faced with political repression
Pursuing the struggle: Politicising everyday life in prison
Disarmed opponents, exemplary opponents
Becoming fully recognised citizens: Harkis, refugees, sans papiers
In the name of peace and non-violence
6. When hunger strikes arise
Beginning a hunger strike
Choosing a site
Burning bridges
The time of the strike
Running risks, holding on
Being credible
The escalation process and preventing defection
Repressing the strike
Force-feeding in prison and the role of the media
Divide, accuse and sap the credibility of supporters
Police and military intervention
Letting them die, making them martyrs
Ending the strike
Negotiate or persist?
Management of feeding and life after the strike
Conclusion
Select bibliography
Angry music
Christophe Traïni
Introduction
Well-orchestrated protest
1. Protest put to music
The weapons of musical polysemy
Between contemplation, contestation and legitimation
2. Amplifying protest
Dictating adequate emotions
Exalting a ‘we’ in movement
Criticising the authorities, avoiding censorship
Promoting moral values
Attracting support and mobilising resources
3. Music and political tactics
Subversion and modification of musical conventions
From repression to political instrumentalisation
From the stage to the political arena
4. Protest, art and commerce
Musical outlets and youth ‘moratoriums’
Competing artistic vocations
Bohemian art
The ‘Parnassian’ position
Commerce and profit
Conclusion
Harmonies and cacophonies
Select bibliography
Index
List of tables and figures
Hunger strikes
Table 1 – Hunger strikes in France, documented in Le Monde, 1971-1992
Table 2 – Type of demands of hunger strikes in France (outside prison)
Table 3 – Sites of hunger strikes in France between 1971 and 1992
Angry music
Table 1 – Musical communication and emotional expression
Table 2 – The contribution of musical devices to protest initiatives
Table 3 – A typology of the social vocations attributed to artists
Figure 1 – The social uses of musical devices




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