It is hard to think of the study of social protest and political behavior
as anything but an interdisciplinary enterprise. It is grounded in a great
many different perspectives, approaches, and levels of analysis. Different
disciplines may even rely on fundamentally different conceptions of
the social, the political, or the individual. Accordingly, the field has been
privileged with a rich and impressive array of theoretical and empirical
work dating as far back as the work of Marx, Rousseau, and Hobbes.
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