Nonviolent revolution

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Shirikon Publishers , Nairobi
Nonviolence, Government, Resistance to, Political development, Power (Social sciences), Social c
StatementPaul Barton-Kriese with chapters by R.M. Ocharo and J.O. Nyunya.
ContributionsOcharo, R. M., Nyunya, J. O.
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LC ClassificationsJC328.3 .B376 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 111 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL963562M
ISBN 109966870059
LC Control Number95982593
OCLC/WorldCa34471583

Jesus and the Nonviolent Revolution is a must-read for anyone who cares deeply about the radical message of Jesus in its first-century context. _____ I received a free copy of this book from Plough Publishing in exchange for my honest review here. Read more.

3 people found this helpful. Helpful Cited by: Nonviolent Revolutions Civil Resistance in the Late 20th Century Sharon Erickson Nepstad Oxford Studies in Culture and Politics.

Unlike other studies of revolutions focused exclusively on armed struggles, this book examines revolutionary movements that are fought through nonviolent means. Jesus and the Nonviolent Revolution André Trocmé Foreword by Charles Moore Stars on Goodreads Read Reviews. In this book, you’ll encounter a Jesus you may have never met before – a Jesus who not only calls for spiritual transformation, but for practical changes that answer the most perplexing political, economic, and social problems of our : Originally published nearly a half-century ago, Andre Trocme's Jesus and the Nonviolent Revolution is one of the most important theological texts on violence that has ever been written.

In Jesus and the Nonviolent Revolution, Trocme asks what kind of political ethic we find in Jesus, taking seriously the Old Testament and the first century culture/5.

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The Dandelion Insurrection is the story of nonviolent revolution in the United States. This book offers through its story many tools and strategies developed by countless leaders throughout history, including Gandhi, Dr. King, Cesar Chavez, and Professor Gene Sharp.

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by Geoffrey Ostergaard “Nonviolent revolution” is a relatively novel and, at first glance, paradoxical concept. In classifying principled nonviolence, Gene Sharp describes it as “the most recent type”, dating from aboutand as “still very much a direction of developing thought and action rather than a fixed ideology and program.”.

Gene Sharp is the world's foremost expert on non-violent revolution. His work has been translated into more than 30 languages, his books slipped across borders and hidden from secret policemen all. Gene Sharp founded the academic field of nonviolent resistance. His books and his list of methods of nonviolent action have been circulated by.

In conclusion, Nepstad finds that the dynamics of nonviolent revolution are not adequately captured by theories that have largely been derived from studies of armed struggles. Nonviolent Revolutions offers insights into the distinctive challenges that civil resisters face and it explores the reasons why some of these insurrectionary movements.

-- The February Russian Revolution, despite some limited violence, was also predominantly nonviolent and led to the collapse of the czarist system.

-- Nonviolent demonstrations for woman's suffrage in the United States led to the passage and ratification of the Constitutional amendment guaranteeing women the right to vote. book called ›Waging Nonviolent Struggle‹ ().

the non-violent character of the revolution was by no. the world's leading writer on non-violent action, uses a theory of power based. So, what works better, nonviolent resistance or violent revolution.

A new book by two scholars, Erica Chenoweth and Maria J. Stephan, attempts to answer this once and for all. They analyzed an astonishing campaigns over the past century. As a theologian, Martin Luther King reflected often on his understanding of nonviolence.

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He described his own “pilgrimage to nonviolence” in his first book, Stride Toward Freedom, and in subsequent books and articles.

“True pacifism,” or “nonviolent resistance,” King wrote, is “a courageous confrontation of evil by the power of love” (King, Stride, 80). Title: Jesus and the Nonviolent Revolution By: Andre Trocme Format: Paperback Number of Pages: Vendor: Plough Publishing House Publication Date: Weight: 2 pounds ISBN: ISBN Stock No: WW But with an extraordinarily courageous group of students that formed Otpor!, Srdja used imagination, invention, cunning, and lots of humor to create a movement that not only succeeded in toppling the brutal dictator Slobodan Milošević but has become a blueprint for nonviolent revolution around the world.

A good place to start is with Geoffrey Ostergaard's book Nonviolent Revolution in India.[1] The nonviolent action campaigns led by Gandhi from the 's on, leading to the independence from British rule inare well known and documented.

Ostergaard takes up the story after Gandhi's death in The mantle of leadership of the movement. His book How Nonviolent Struggle Works is forthcoming in Autumn InHow to Start a Revolution, a documentary focusing on Gene Sharp’s writings and their impact on resistance movements around the world, was released, and has since been viewed by millions around the world winning 8 international awards including a Scottish BAFTA.

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He describes his latest book in progress, The Philosophy of Nonviolence, as “a manifesto for the Middle East nonviolent revolution.” He holds onto his beliefs, even as the increasingly violent and sectarian war in Syria has spilled over into his native Lebanon. Political Protest and Cultural Revolution Nonviolent Direct Action in the s and s.

by Barbara Epstein (Author) September ; First Edition; Paperback $, £; Title Details. Rights: Available worldwide Pages: ISBN: Trim Size: 6 x 9. the success of nonviolent resistance campaigns two the primacy of participation in nonviolent resistance three exploring alternative explanations for the success of civil resistance part iicase studies introductionto the case studies fourthe iranian revolution, five.

The Success of Nonviolent Resistance Campaigns 2. The Primacy of Particpation in Nonviolent Resistance 3. Exploring Alternative Explanations for the Success of Civil Resistance Part II.

Case Studies Introduction to the Case Studies 4. The Iranian Revolution, –. Jesus and the Nonviolent Revolution.

In this book, you’ll encounter a Jesus you may have never met before – a Jesus who not only calls for spiritual transformation, but for practical changes that answer the most perplexing political, economic, and social problems of our time.

Chenoweth and her colleague Maria Stephan painstakingly collected data on violent and nonviolent political campaigns since To qualify for the analysis, the movement had to be substantial. Signs flooded the space and the revolution began to rediscover a power that connected action to a collective existence.

To achieve a sense of solidarity, the Sudanese re-discovered traditional tactics in the form of guerilla urban warfare and attrition maneuvers, but all under the banner of a nonviolent revolution.

The late Gene Sharp is known worldwide as a Gandhi-like champion of nonviolent protest. But he is better understood as one of the most important U.S. defense intellectuals of the Cold War and a neoliberal theorist who advocated nonviolent action as a means to "State decentralization." Properly contextualizing Sharp and his ideas is essential to understanding the world today.

Creating a graphic-novel memoir with the explicit goal of making nonviolent revolution attainable and urgent was audacious, write "March" series .