States and anti-nuclear movements

Rudig, Wolfgang and Flam, H., eds. (1994) States and anti-nuclear movements. Environment, Politics and Society . Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. ISBN 0748603964

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Abstract

Contributors examine government reactions to anti-nuclear movements in eight Western European states in terms of access, agenda, policy, and the use of force, in this comparative study approaching the subject from both environmental policy and social movement perspectives. They analyze interactions between anti-nuclear movements and states and trace the impact of these interactions on the shifts in policy goals and managing styles of state decision-makers. An introductory section outlines the social contexts for anti-nuclear movements.