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Sharp’s key theme is that power is not monolithic; that is, it does not derive from some intrinsic quality of those who are in power. Books by Gene Sharp. Sharp’s contributions to the theory of nonviolent resistance Question book-new. Nestor rated it really liked it Mar 02, In Sharp’s view all effective power structures have systems by which dixtadura encourage or extract obedience from their subjects.

Enmanuel Callejas marked it as to-read Dec 17, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. States have lq complex systems for keeping subjects obedient.

De la dictadura a la democracia : us sistema conceptual para la liberación by Gene Sharp

Inhe received a Doctor of Philosophy in political theory from Oxford University. InSharp was jailed for nine months after protesting the conscription of soldiers for the Korean War.

De la dictadura a la democracia: It builds on his earlier written works by documenting case studies where non violent action has been applied, and the lessons learned from those applications, and contains information on planning nonviolent struggle to make it more effective.

Gandhi, Henry David Thoreau to a minor degree, and other sources footnoted in his book “The Politics of Nonviolent Action”, which was based on his PhD thesis. Open Preview See a Problem? Most recently, it is claimed that the protest movement that toppled President Mubarak of Egypt drew extensively on his ideas, as well as the youth movement in Tunisia and the earlier ones in the Eastern European color revolutions that had previously been inspired by Sharp’s work, although some have cla Trivia About De la dictadura a For his lifelong commitment to the defense of freedom, democracy, and the reduction of political violence through scholarly analysis of the power of democrracia action, The Peace Abbey of Sherborn, MA awarded him the Courage of Conscience sictadura April 4, No trivia or quizzes yet.


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Want to Read saving…. This d is not yet featured on Listopia. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Sharp has been a professor of political science at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth since Bequer added it Nov 27, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Inhe received a Doctor of Philosophy in political theory from O Sharp was born in Ohio, the son of an itinerant Protestant minister.

To ask other readers questions about De la dictadura a la democraciaplease sign up. Sharp identifies this hidden structure as providing a window of opportunity for a population to cause significant change in a state. Be the first to ask a question about De la dictadura a la democracia. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Through these deocracia, subjects are presented with a system of sanctions imprisonment, fines, ostracism and rewards titles, wealth, fame which influence the extent of their obedience.

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De la dictadura a la democracia : us sistema conceptual para la liberación

Return to Book Page. Sharp’s influence on struggles worldwide Sharp has been called both the “Machiavelli of nonviolence” and the “Clausewitz of nonviolent warfare.

His fundamental belief is that any power structure relies upon the subjects’ obedience to the orders of the ruler s. Gene Sharp described the sources of his ideas as in-depth studies of Mohandas K.

Sharp published Waging Nonviolent Struggle: Refresh and try again. These systems include specific institutions police, courts, regulatory bodies but may also involve cultural dimensions that inspire obedience by implying that power is monolithic the god cult of the Egyptian pharaohs, the dignity of the office of the President, moral or ethical norms and taboos. If subjects do not obey, leaders have no power.

In he founded the Albert Einstein Institution, a non-profit organization devoted to studies and promotion of the use of nonviolent action in conflicts worldwide. For Sharp, political power, the power of any state – regardless of its particular structural organization – ultimately derives from the subjects of the state.

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In the book, a “three-volume classic on civil disobedience,” he provides a pragmatic political analysis of nonviolent action as a method for applying power in a conflict. Sharp was born in Ohio, the son of an itinerant Protestant minister.