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This chapter makes a sustained theoretical argument as to why space and place matter in social movement research and how both concepts shape, enable, or otherwise constrain resistance practices. Drawing on Lefebvre’s work on space and Agnew’s threefold approach to place, it develops a “critical place perspective” as an optic through which to examine social movements.

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