Coherent Identifier About this item: 20.500.12592/sngpmd

CHRONICLING CIVIL RESISTANCE

11 May 2021

Summary

Tactical Sequencing: The planned progression of nonviolent tactics, People Power: The powerful capacity of a mobilized population using with the aim of achieving a goal, often by escalating pressure on a nonviolent forms of struggle to make political and social change. [...] However, in civil resistance literature the term “consent” achieves its goal (or if the movement has multiple goals and achieves is often used in a political context and frequently refers to carrying out only some of them), the movement can be called a “partial success.” orders and the absence of resistance or dissent. [...] In civil resistance If the movement achieves its stated goals, it is called a “success.” literature, the meaning of “consent” is similar to the meaning of “obey” Force: Conventional usage of this term regarding “use of force” refers or “acquiesce.” to use of violence. [...] If the movement only partially achieves its goal (or if the pation of a building are overt and visible forms of disruption, and they movement has multiple goals and achieves only some of them), the may be conducted in a peaceful manner or a loud and aggressive movement can be called a “partial success.” If the movement fails to manner. [...] in the planning aspect of participating in a movement, while the term activist places the emphasis on the action taken as part of a move- Civil Resistance and Civil Disobedience ment.

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ICNC
International Center on Nonviolent Conflict