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Révolutions, contestations, indignations

Abstract : The geographical and political diversity of the colour-coded revolutions in the post-Soviet sphere, the Arab revolutions or the "Indignados" (the indignant ones) movement and their different destinies should not conceal what they all share: the actors call for another way of producing politics and policies with the invention of forms of action which challenge hierarchies and structures and are not based on a clear alternative ideology. It is not only a question of confronting democracy and authoritarianism, but of re-inventing democracy. In this sense, it can be considered that these movements all belong to the same historical rupture and are set in a new paradigm.
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Pénélope Larzillière, Boris Pétric, Michel Wieviorka. Révolutions, contestations, indignations. Socio - La nouvelle revue des sciences sociales, Éditions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme, 2013, pp.7-24. ⟨10.4000/socio.347⟩. ⟨halshs-01848459⟩



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