This schematic version of the “protest Contingencies Timeline” looks at the social, political and economic structures on which the act of protest is contingent. Protest occurs at the disjunction between citizen expectation and the action (or inaction) of their representatives or key stake holders impacting over their daily life conditions. This mapping charts the instigation of protest action in the UK from 1381 to the present day – with the aim of understanding the act of protest as a practice representing alternative methods of constructing daily lives and challenging the existing power structures throughout history.
Documenting the social, political and economic ecosystem developing in Manchester at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. The influence of non-conformists, the Humboldsian model of education and counter movements such […]
the “protest Contingencies Timeline” which looks at the social, political and economic structures on which the act of protest is contingent. Protest occurs at the dis-junction between citizen expectation and […]
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