Repertoires of Contention

Repertoires of Contention

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June 22, 2012
 

Writing in the Journal of Critical Globalisation Studies, Konstantin Kilibarda examines Lessons from #Occupy in Canada. As a movement against an economic model that seeks to commodify all social relations in a context of growing global inequality, Kilibarda’s article examines efforts to shift #Occupy’s discourse and praxis in Canada towards a decolonize framework.

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