From Warriors to War Protestors
Military peace movement members were outsiders in both the military and the peace movement because they tried to be connected to both, but they believe that this combined identity enhanced the movement’s attempts to effect change. Four social-psychological motivations for unlikely activists (information, value redefinition, hardship, and networks) are identified.
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