By Cyrus Ernesto Zirakzadeh
Combining insights from historic research with the collective-action college of political sociology, Cyrus Zirakzadeh argues that there has been a calculative, instrumental measurement to the behaviour of the Basque innovative crew, ETA, that students too frequently overlook. This paintings elaborates at the social and fiscal issues of individuals of ETA and the Basque Nationalist occasion, recounts debates inside of ETA over the political effectiveness of armed fight, and discusses the impression of neighborhood social events and nationalist and non-nationalist ideologies on etarras' (ETA contributors) pondering.
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Additional resources for A Rebellious People: Basques, Protests, And Politics (The Basque Series)
Allegedly, antimodern anger, caused both by rapid rates of social change and by local nationalist-populist doctrines, led in the Basque region to privately motivated attacks on available representatives of modern society. Not all possible representatives of modern society became targets, however. Military and law-enforcement officers and government officials accounted for 76 percent of the fatalities. Owners of large businesses accounted for 71 percent of all kidnap victims. 22 Why the skewed selection of targets?
26 Small shopkeepers, of course, are far from extinct on the Basque coast; but they are an endangered species and vastly outnumbered by the urban proletariat. Page 25 Classes and Class Relationships in the Cantabrian Mountains For most of the twentieth century such phenomena as large industries, crowded cities, and cycles of booms and busts never extended very far inland. Because the mountains obstructed free movement of goods and services, mass production of goods was prohibitively costly. Instead, small firms manufacturing inexpensive consumer durablessuch as stoves, bicycles, furniture, kitchenware, and the likehave evolved.
Finally, the modernization interpretation, unless supplemented by additional causal factors, seems unable to account for certain characteristics of the victims of violence. Allegedly, antimodern anger, caused both by rapid rates of social change and by local nationalist-populist doctrines, led in the Basque region to privately motivated attacks on available representatives of modern society. Not all possible representatives of modern society became targets, however. Military and law-enforcement officers and government officials accounted for 76 percent of the fatalities.
A Rebellious People: Basques, Protests, And Politics (The Basque Series) by Cyrus Ernesto Zirakzadeh