Insurgent Collective Action and Civil War in El Salvador

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Cambridge University Press, 2003年8月4日 - 308 頁
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Widespread support among rural people for the leftist insurgency during the civil war in El Salvador challenges conventional interpretations of collective action. Those who supplied tortillas, information, and other aid to guerillas took mortal risks and yet stood to gain no more than those who did not. Wood's explanation is based on oral histories gathered from peasants who supported the insurgency and those who did not over a period of many years, and interviews with military commanders of both sides.
 

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THE PUZZLE OF INSURGENT COLLECTIVE ACTION
1
ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH IN THE SHADOW OF CIVIL WAR
31
REDRAWING THE BOUNDARIES OF CLASS AND CITIZENSHIP
51
FROM POLITICAL MOBILIZATION TO ARMED INSURGENCY
87
THE POLITICAL FOUNDATIONS OF DUAL SOVEREIGNTY
121
THE REEMERGENCE OF CIVIL SOCIETY
160
CAMPESINO ACCOUNTS OF INSURGENT PARTICIPATION
193
EXPLAINING INSURGENT COLLECTIVE ACTION
226
Legacies of an Agrarian Insurgency
257
A Model of HighRisk Collective Action by Subordinate Social Actors
267
Chronology of El Salvadors Civil War
275
References
279
Index
297
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