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Occupy Movement Research Guide  

A list of recommended resources for finding information about the global Occupy Movement. It is curated by Patti Ryan (pryan@yorku.ca) and Lisa Sloniowski (lisasl@yorku.ca).
Last Updated: Dec 15, 2011 URL: http://researchguides.library.yorku.ca/occupy Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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    What's in this guide

    This guide is designed to help you consider the complicated question, what is the Occupy Movement all about? It is a work in progress, with a North American focus, and the authors welcome suggested additions. It is divided into the following sections:


    News Sources

    Mainstream Alternative  |   Social Media

    Scholarly Sources

    Websites/Articles

    Data & Statistics

    Video

    Image Collections

    Libraries

     

    Influential Works

    No Heroes! However there are some thinkers and publications who can be credibly cited as influential to the Occupy movement according to The Guardian.  Others can't help but see parallels with the Situationists. To find out what the occupiers are reading, you might look at what items are available in the People's Library at Occupy Wall Street. Or there is a fantastic reading list created by Mita Wililams, librarian at the University of Windsor. Of course if you find anything interesting, you might search for it in the York Libraries' online catalogue.

     

    Books on Related Topics

    There are no books specifically on this movement yet, however you might want to take a look at related items.

    Social Movements

    Social Action

    Corporate Social Responsibility

    Nonviolence

    Protest Movements

    See also:

     

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