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382-Introduction to

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Shannon Gibson

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Transcript of 382-Introduction to

Introduction to
Non-Violent Civil Resistance

"Civil resistance is much like military strategy except the point is not to hurt the opponent but to defeat his ideas" - Rev. James Lawson
More on Civil Resistance
Other Elements
Non-physical
Asymmetric
Non-conventional
Nonviolent
Strategic
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3 Approaches to Social Change
Conventional politics = within system
- Types of Government
Authoritarian
Representative
Participatory
Violent approaches
= violence or threat thereof
Non-Violent approaches / Civil Resistance
= not institutional AND not violent
Why CR?
Unresponsive institutions
Corrupt elections
Laws unjust
Negotiations fail
Evolution too slow
Violence expected to invite repression/polarize movement
Track Records
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