EXPLAINING PROTEST IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE GREAT RECESSION IN EUROPE The Relevance of Different Economic Indicators
The European economic crisis has brought economic hardship and prolonged instability to many countries in the European Union. While economies are struggling to recover, citizens have opted to become more vocal unconventionally. Mass protest, public occupations and demonstrations have domi-nated Europe. Yet, numbers of people choosing to protest need to be assessed to verify whether the eco-nomic recession is indeed responsible for a surge in protest activism on the continent. With the use of...[Show more]
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