Veneti, A., Reilly, P. and Atanasova, D., eds., 2017. Politics, Protest, Emotion: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. A Book of Blogs. Sheffield, UK: University of Sheffield Information School.
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The publication features contributions from 37 academics across the globe. It presents a range of disciplinary perspectives on politics and emotions, including the fields of computer science, (digital) media studies, journalism studies and political science. Drawing on a range of case studies such as the 2016 Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament march in London, the movement against TTIP-TAFTA and, health activism such as “I Want PrEP Now”, the contributors provide new insight into the affective turn in protest and social movements.
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