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Mobilising Modernity
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1. Introduction 2. The nuclear moment 3. Resisting the juggernaut 4. Accidents will happen 5. Modernity's mobilisation stalls 6. The moment of direct action 7. Networking: direct action and collective refusal

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Ian Welsh lectures sociology in Cardiff University's School of Social Sciences. He has a long standing interest in environmental sociology spanning nuclear, climate change and road-building issues.

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"By taking a long view of the process of building a constituency for nuclear power, the author integrates and critically appraises the existing literature while making an important contribution to the literature on the sociology of science and new social movements."
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