Collective ‘network’ action is why protests in Khabarovsk and Belarus are lasting so long, sociologist suggests

Edited by: Yuri Zoria “This underrating of the strength of the resource of horizontal action,” she says, “characterizes now no the experts but the situation itself. We are going through a period in which network mechanisms of coordination are replacing and beginning to push out hierarchical ones,” although this process is far from complete. When … Continue reading Collective ‘network’ action is why protests in Khabarovsk and Belarus are lasting so long, sociologist suggests