When we think about protest, we often associate it with the notion of
organized social movements, but studying organized movements only
captures a small part of the realities of social protest. Dissent often takes
alternative forms, and can be studied from myriad angles. The articles
in this issue offer different perspectives on social protest, examining the
roles of small activist collectives, organized policing efforts, local private
politics, digital communities, and revolutionary vanguards in instances
of collective action and political behavior.
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