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Les Enfants Perdus

Asylum Reform, Parents’ Groups, and Disability Rights in France, 1968–1975

Jonathyne Briggs

deinstitutionalization, which focused on closing down facilities housing the mentally disabled, developed throughout the Western world in the postwar period, but these efforts followed a different trajectory in France than elsewhere. While the public recognition of

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“For a Martyr from Afar”

A Response to Laila Soliman’s No Time for Art

Caroline Rooney

ongoing struggle for democracy to which activists regularly lose their lives. The question of deinstitutionalized participation implies that galleries and theaters would offer their spaces freely in the manner of a public commons, turning into gathering

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Institutional Distrust, Institutional Participation, and Protest Behavior in the European Social Movement Sector

Matthew Schoene

movement activity becomes deinstitutionalized, movements sacrifice the institutional resources that help support and sustain them but may gain access to much more tactical freedom ( Flesher Fominaya 2017 ). Doing away with those resources allows movements