Articles & Essays on Occupy

Abellán, J., Sequera, J., & Janoschka, M. (2012). Occupying the #Hotelmadrid: A Laboratory for Urban Resistance. Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 320–326. doi:10.1080/14742837.2012.708831

Anonymous. (2012). Occupy—The End of the Affair. Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 441–445. doi:10.1080/14742837.2012.710747

Barker, A. J. (2012). Already Occupied: Indigenous Peoples, Settler Colonialism and the Occupy Movements in North America. Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 327–334. doi:10.1080/14742837.2012.708922

Bennett, W. L., & Segerberg, A. (2012). The Logic of Connective Action. Information, Communication & Society, 15(5), 37–41.

Briziarelli, M., & Martinez Guillem, S. (2013). Beyond Idea(l)s: A Materialist Critique of Occupy Wall Street. Paper presented at the 63rd ICA Annual Conference, 17-21 June 2013, London, UK.

Castañeda, E. (2012). The Indignados of Spain: A Precedent to Occupy Wall Street. Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 309–319. doi:10.1080/14742837.2012.708830

Costanza-Chock, S. (2012). Mic Check! Media Cultures and the Occupy Movement. Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 375–385.

DeLuca, K. M., Lawson, S., & Sun, Y. (2012). Occupy Wall Street on the Public Screens of Social Media: The Many Framings of the Birth of a Protest Movement. Communication, Culture & Critique, 5(4), 483–509.

Fiedlschuster, M. (2013). Occupying Space: Representation, Participation and Democracy in Occupy Wall Street. Paper presented at the General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research, 3-6 September 2013, Bordeaux, France.

Gaby, S., & Caren, N. (2012). Occupy Online: How Cute Old Men and Malcolm X Recruited 400,000 US Users to OWS on Facebook. Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 367–374.

Gamson, W. A., & Sifry, M. L. (2013). THE # OCCUPY MOVEMENT : An Introduction. The Sociological Quarterly, 54(1), 159–163.

Ganesh, S., & Stohl, C. (2013). Community organizing, social movements and collective action. Paper presented at the 63rd ICA Annual Conference, 17-21 June 2013, London, UK.

Gitlin, T. (2013). Occupy’s predicament: the moment and the prospects for the movement. The British journal of sociology, 64(1), 3–25.

Gordon, U. (2012). Israel’s “Tent Protests”: The Chilling Effect of Nationalism. Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 349–355. doi:10.1080/14742837.2012.708832

Guzman-Concha, C. (2012). The Students’ Rebellion in Chile: Occupy Protest or Classic Social Movement? Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 408–415. doi:10.1080/14742837.2012.710748

Halvorsen, S. (2012). Beyond the Network? Occupy London and the Global Movement. Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 427–433.

Hardt, M., & Negri, A. (2011). The Fight for ‘Real Democracy’ at the Heart of Occupy Wall Street. Foreign Affairs, October 11, 2011.

Jaffe, S. (2013). Occupy Wall Street Was Humbling to Many of Us. The Sociological Quarterly, 54(2), 198–202. doi:10.1111/tsq.12024

Juris, J. S. (2012). Reflections on #Occupy Everywhere: Social media, public space, and emerging logics of aggregation. American Ethnologist, 39(2), 259–279.

Juris, J. S., Ronayne, M., Shokooh-Valle, F., & Wengronowitz, R. (2012). Negotiating Power and Difference within the 99%. Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 434–440.

Kaun, A. (2013). “The Story is Us, the Media are Us ” – Occupy in the European Periphery. Paper presented at the 63rd ICA Annual Conference, 17-21 June 2013, London, UK.

Kerton, S. (2012). Tahrir, Here? The Influence of the Arab Uprisings on the Emergence of Occupy. Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 302–308. doi:10.1080/14742837.2012.704183

Klein, N. (2011). Occupy Wall Street : The Most Important Thing in the World Now. The Nation, October 6 2011.

Köksal, I. (2012). Walking in the City of London. Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 446–453. doi:10.1080/14742837.2012.704356

Leach, D. K. (2013). Culture and the Structure of Tyrannylessness. The Sociological Quarterly, 54(2), 181–191. doi:10.1111/tsq.12014

Liboiron, M. (2012). Tactics of Waste, Dirt and Discard in the Occupy Movement. Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 393–401. doi:10.1080/14742837.2012.704178

Maharawal, M. M. (2013). Occupy Wall Street and a Radical Politics of Inclusion. The Sociological Quarterly, 54(2), 177–181. doi:10.1111/tsq.12021

Manilov, M. (2013). OCCUPY AT ONE YEAR : Growing the Roots, 54, 206–213.

Milkman, R., Lewis, P., & Luce, S. (2013). THE GENIE’S OUT OF THE BOTTLE : Insiders ’ Perspectives on Occupy Wall Street. The Sociological Quarterly, 54, 194–198.

Milner, R. M. (2013). Pop Polyvocality : Internet Memes , Public Participation , and the Occupy Wall Street Movement. International Journal of Communication, 7, 2357–2390.

Morell, M. F. (2012). The Free Culture and 15M Movements in Spain: Composition, Social Networks and Synergies. Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 386–392. doi:10.1080/14742837.2012.710323

Nielsen, R. K. (2013). Mundane Internet Tools, the Risk of Exclusion, and Reflexive Movements-Occupy Wall Street and Political Uses of Digital Networked Technologies. The Sociological Quarterly, 54(2), 173–177. doi:10.1111/tsq.12015

Novak, A. N., Bishop, R., & Hakanen, E. A. (n.d.). Get to Know Your Local Occupiers: A Framing Analysis of the Coverage of the Occupy Movement.Paper presented at the 63rd ICA Annual Conference, 17-21 June 2013, London, UK.

Nugent, D. (2012). Commentary: Democracy, temporalities of capitalism, and dilemmas of inclusion in Occupy movements. American Ethnologist, 39(2), 280–283.

Olesen, T. (2013). Injustice symbols: on the political-cultural outcomes of social movements. Presented at the General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research, Bordeaux, 3-6 September 2013.

Owens, B. J. (2014). Occupy’s Precarious Pluralism. Report available at http://occupywallstreet.net/story/occupys-precarious-pluralism-report.

Pickerill, J., & Krinsky, J. (2012). Why Does Occupy Matter? Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 279–287. doi:10.1080/14742837.2012.708923

Piven, F. F. (2013). On the Organizational Question. The Sociological Quarterly, 54(2), 191–193. doi:10.1111/tsq.12013

Razsa, M., & Kurnik, A. (2012). The Occupy Movement in Žižek’s hometown: Direct democracy and a politics of becoming. American Ethnologist, 39(2), 238–258.

Reyes, C. M. (2013). Occupy Messages: Social Justice and Legitimacy in the New York Times. Paper presented at the 63rd ICA Annual Conference, 17-21 June 2013, London, UK.

Rushkoff, D. (2013). PERMANENT REVOLUTION : Occupying Democracy. The Sociological Quarterly, 54, 164–173.

Skinner, J. (2011). Social Media and Revolution: The Arab Spring and the Occupy Movement as Seen through Three Information Studies Paradigms. Sprouts: Working Papers in Information Systems, 11(169).

Smith, J., & Glidden, B. (2012). Occupy Pittsburgh and the Challenges of Participatory Democracy. Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 288–294. doi:10.1080/14742837.2012.704182

Szolucha, A. (2013) No stable ground: living real democracy in Occupy.  Interface, 5(2), 18 – 38.

Special Issue: Imperialism, Finance, #Occupy. (2012). Journal of Critical Globalisation Studies, (5).

Tarrow, S. (2011). Why Occupy Wall Street is Not the Tea Party of the Left. Foreign Affairs, October 10 2011.

Tremayne, M. (2014). Anatomy of Protest in the Digital Era: A Network Analysis of Twitter and Occupy Wall Street. Social Movement Studies, 13(1), 110–126. doi:10.1080/14742837.2013.830969

Uitermark, J., & Nicholls, W. (2012). How Local Networks Shape a Global Movement: Comparing Occupy in Amsterdam and Los Angeles. Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 295–301. doi:10.1080/14742837.2012.704181

Wengronowitz, R. (2013). Lessons from Occupy Providence. The Sociological Quarterly, 54(2), 213–219. doi:10.1111/tsq.12012

Wood, L. J. (2013). Occupy, Idle No More and Red Squares – Waves of Protest, Diffusion and Facebook ECPR. Paper presented at the General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research, Bordeaux, 3-6 September 2013.Zamponi, L. (2012). “Why don”t Italians Occupy?’ Hypotheses on a Failed Mobilisation. Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 416–426. doi:10.1080/14742837.2012.708833

Xu, K. (2013). Framing Occupy Wall Street : A Content Analysis of The New York Times and USA Today. International Journal of Communication, 7, 2412–2432.

Zamponi, L. (2012). “Why don”t Italians Occupy?’ Hypotheses on a Failed Mobilisation. Social Movement Studies, 11(3-4), 416–426. doi:10.1080/14742837.2012.708833

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