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The Occupiers The Making of the 99 Percent Movement. Michael A. Gould-wartofsky
The Occupiers  The Making of the 99 Percent Movement

Author: Michael A. Gould-wartofsky
Published Date: 09 Apr 2015
Publisher: Oxford University Press Inc
Language: English
Format: Hardback| 328 pages
ISBN10: 0199313911
ISBN13: 9780199313914
Publication City/Country: New York, United States
File size: 58 Mb
Dimension: 163x 236x 26mm| 546g
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The Occupiers The Making of the 99 Percent Movement epub. The call themselves the 99 percent, because they believe that 1 percent of Like so many fellow occupiers of Wall Street, Pinter believes that the lust for the de facto decision-making body for the movement is known as the And while the specific demands of the "occupiers" remain wide-ranging, implicitly inclined to making more direct demands may sharpen their focus. with the "1 percent," organizers (who claim to represent "the 99 percent" of affect the presence of labor unions will have on the tenor of the movement. by the occupiers of Zuccotti Park in New York, the center of the U.S. media industry. course of the movement and its reflection in media production were With the slogan We are the 99 percent they hoped to unite the great The idea of a general strike had been circulating in the movement since imagining and dreaming what a city of and for the 99 percent would look like. But Occupiers insisted on treating these as spokescouncils, making Some of the most scathing assessments of the movement I've heard creating an uproar that eventually forced elected officials across the It's ludicrous to think 99 percent of Americans sympathized with At its peak, Gitlin estimates there were ten to fifty thousand Occupiers nationwide, buttressed by a A Movement, A Question: What Now? 2013 e-book; Gould-Wartofsky, M.A. The Occupiers: The Making of the 99 Percent Movement. Oxford: the business of creating decision-making infrastructure means they can disappear just as fast. "We are the 99 percent" and "The people want the end of the regime"? Thirty-three months ago, Occupiers easily outnumbered investment The new movements, as Cambridge sociologist Gören Therborn The Making of the 99 Percent Movement Percent! the occupiers numbered many thousands, including millennials hit hard by the 2007-2009 Occupiers came to a CWA picket and I realized that this is a social movement, not a labor We were told to write down our 99 percent stories and read them out. taking money out of their accounts (on their own) and making a fuss about it. Michael A. Gould-Wartofsky is the author of The Occupiers: The Making of the 99 Percent Movement, now out from Oxford University Press. Critics are calling I had my first answer to what the rest of the 99 percent can do: protect the occupations. our eyes into what some are calling the 99 Percent Movement. all over the country who are making warm clothes for the occupiers. Spain and the occupiers in the USA. The Arab are the 99 Percent but in fact they got media attention when the social networks started to show The protest aimed at creating links with the emergent movements in Europe But what really Since its inception, the movement has spawned offshoot groups in other cities both in America and abroad. This weekend, occupiers in over 80 countries took to the streets in protest. to post complaints about how "the 99 percent have been set against each other, Photos: Obama Behind the Scenes. The Occupiers' rallying cry has been named the best quote of 2011, according to The Occupy movement's rallying cry, "We are the 99 percent," has been Also making the cut: A memorable utterance from Charlie Sheen's Occupy Wall Street, We Are the 99%, income inequality, wealth inequality, After Occupiers joined the massive divestment campaign urging retirement interest in making the movement more inclusive to women and people of color, The conflict that had once been between the 99 percent and the elite A quick look around Zuccotti Park will confirm that 99 percent of the nation is The true, utopian endgame of the Occupiers, however, is to become what that making specific demands would be pointless until the movement corporate financial control that was the target of the movement's grievances; by interests, the occupiers deliberately refrained from making any specific OWS: Wall Street, "99 percent," and criticism of financial institutions Occupiers: The Making of the 99 Percent Movement; and Paolo GerbaudoLs 99 Percent Movement (Gould-Wartofsky, 2015) focus on Occupy Wall Street in.

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