Street demonstrations are in the focus of science

TERRA ECONOMICUS, , Vol. 10 (no. 2.1),
p. 113-115

The article is devoted to the characteristics of street protest movements by Western sociologists.

Keywords: street demonstrations, protest movements; institutional policy

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