By Margaret E. Keck
In Activists past Borders, Margaret E. Keck and Kathryn Sikkink learn a kind of strain team that has been principally neglected by means of political analysts: networks of activists that coalesce and function throughout nationwide frontiers. Their goals can be overseas corporations or the regulations of specific states. old examples of such transborder alliances comprise anti-slavery and girl suffrage campaigns. some time past 20 years, transnational activism has had an important effect in human rights, particularly in Latin the USA, and advocacy networks have strongly motivated environmental politics besides. The authors additionally learn the emergence of a global crusade round violence opposed to women.
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73 That means, to see norms in action we have to examine the actions of individuals and groups in historical contexts. Norms and practices are mutually constitutive—norms have power in, and because of, what people do. ” This allows us to consider the intensity of norms as well as normative change. Playing music requires practice—so much practice that in the end hands can move without the conscious mediation of thought telling them where to go. Similarly, we can imagine norms whose practice over time has become so automatic that they gain a taken-for-granted quality, in which practices and ******ebook converter DEMO Watermarks******* standards become so routinized as to be taken almost as laws of nature.
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Activists Beyond Borders: Advocacy Networks in International Politics by Margaret E. Keck