Bibliography

Work that has informed MOBILISE includes:

 

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Della Porta, Donatella, Herbert Reiter, the collaboration of Massimiliano Andretta, and Federico Rossi”. 2012. “Desperately Seeking Politics: Political Attitudes of Participants in Three Demonstrations for Worker’s Rights in Italy.” Mobilization: An International Quarterly 17(3): 349–61.

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