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  • Journal

    Beamish, T. D. and Luebbers, A. J.

    Alliance Building across Social Movements: Bridging Difference in a Peace and Justice Coalition

    2009 - Social Problems

    In-text: (Beamish and Luebbers 647-676)

    Your Bibliography: Beamish, Thomas D., and Amy J. Luebbers. "Alliance Building Across Social Movements: Bridging Difference In A Peace And Justice Coalition." Social Problems 56.4 (2009): 647-676. Web.

  • Website

    Boxer, A.

    Native Americans and the Federal Government | History Today

    2009 - History Today

    In-text: (Boxer)

    Your Bibliography: Boxer, Andrew. "Native Americans And The Federal Government | History Today." Historytoday.com. N.p., 2009. Web. 2 Jan. 2020.

  • Newspaper

    Buncombe, A.

    Standing Rock Protest: Amnesty International condemn 'excessive' force used by police

    2016 - Independent

    In-text: (Buncombe)

    Your Bibliography: Buncombe, Andrew. "Standing Rock Protest: Amnesty International Condemn 'Excessive' Force Used By Police." Independent 2016. Web. 6 Jan. 2020.

  • Website

    Bureau, U.

    American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month: November 2017

    2017 - Census

    In-text: (Bureau)

    Your Bibliography: Bureau, US. "American Indian And Alaska Native Heritage Month: November 2017." The United States Census Bureau. N.p., 2017. Web.

  • Journal

    Carroll, W. K. and Ratner, R. S.

    Master Framing and Cross-Movement Networking in Contemporary Social Movements

    1996 - The Sociological Quarterly

    In-text: (Carroll and Ratner 601-625)

    Your Bibliography: Carroll, William K., and R. S. Ratner. "Master Framing And Cross-Movement Networking In Contemporary Social Movements." The Sociological Quarterly 37.4 (1996): 601-625. Web.

  • Journal

    de Moor, J. and Wahlström, M.

    Narrating political opportunities: explaining strategic adaptation in the climate movement

    2019 - Theory and Society

    In-text: (de Moor and Wahlström 419-451)

    Your Bibliography: de Moor, Joost, and Mattias Wahlström. "Narrating Political Opportunities: Explaining Strategic Adaptation In The Climate Movement." Theory and Society 48.3 (2019): 419-451. Web. 6 Jan. 2020.

  • Website

    Green, M.

    Understanding the Standoff at Standing Rock (with Lesson Plan)

    2016

    In-text: (Green)

    Your Bibliography: Green, Matthew. "Understanding The Standoff At Standing Rock (With Lesson Plan)." KQED. N.p., 2016. Web.

  • Newspaper

    Healy, J.

    From 280 Tribes, a Protest on the Plains

    2016 - The New York Times

    In-text: (Healy)

    Your Bibliography: Healy, Jack. "From 280 Tribes, A Protest On The Plains." The New York Times 2016. Web. 2 Jan. 2020.

  • Website

    Jegroo, A.

    Why Black Lives Matter is fighting alongside Dakota Access Pipeline protesters

    2016 - Splinter News

    In-text: (Jegroo)

    Your Bibliography: Jegroo, Ashoka. "Why Black Lives Matter Is Fighting Alongside Dakota Access Pipeline Protesters." Splinter. N.p., 2016. Web.

  • Journal

    Jusufi, I.

    Reconceptualising the security in discourse: inclusive security and popular protests

    2018 - Journal of Multicultural Discourses

    In-text: (Jusufi 362-376)

    Your Bibliography: Jusufi, Islam. "Reconceptualising The Security In Discourse: Inclusive Security And Popular Protests." Journal of Multicultural Discourses 13.4 (2018): 362-376. Web. 6 Jan. 2020.

  • Website

    Mallonee, L., Hardy, M., Stirone, S., Mallonee, L., Stirone, S., Staff, W. and Stirone, S.

    The Dakota Access Pipeline Protest Ends in Flames

    2017

    In-text: (Mallonee et al.)

    Your Bibliography: Mallonee, Laura et al. "The Dakota Access Pipeline Protest Ends In Flames." WIRED. N.p., 2017. Web. 6 Jan. 2020.

  • Journal

    Steinman, E.

    Why was Standing Rock and the #NoDAPL campaign so historic? Factors affecting American Indian participation in social movement collaborations and coalitions

    2018 - Ethnic and Racial Studies

    In-text: (Steinman 1070-1090)

    Your Bibliography: Steinman, Erich. "Why Was Standing Rock And The #Nodapl Campaign So Historic? Factors Affecting American Indian Participation In Social Movement Collaborations And Coalitions." Ethnic and Racial Studies 42.7 (2018): 1070-1090. Web. 6 Jan. 2020.

  • Book

    Tarrow, S.

    Power in Movement: Social Movements and Contentious Politics

    1998 - Cambridge University Press - Cambridge

    In-text: (Tarrow)

    Your Bibliography: Tarrow, Sidney. Power In Movement: Social Movements And Contentious Politics. 2nd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998. Print.

  • Journal

    Tarrow, S.

    Social Movements in Contentious Politics: A Review Article

    1996 - American Political Science Review

    In-text: (Tarrow 874-883)

    Your Bibliography: Tarrow, Sidney. "Social Movements In Contentious Politics: A Review Article." American Political Science Review 90.4 (1996): 874-883. Web.

  • Journal

    Van Dyke, N. and Amos, B.

    Social movement coalitions: Formation, longevity, and success

    2017 - Sociology Compass

    In-text: (Van Dyke and Amos)

    Your Bibliography: Van Dyke, Nella, and Bryan Amos. "Social Movement Coalitions: Formation, Longevity, And Success." Sociology Compass 11.7 (2017): n. pag. Web. 3 Jan. 2020.

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