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  • Un répertoire d'actions est un concept sociologique développé par Charles Tilly pour désigner l'ensemble des types d'interventions auxquels peut avoir recours un acteur pour se faire entendre dans un milieu donné. Il est particulièrement utilisé en science politique, où il sert à étudier les modalités d'inscription au sein de l'espace public de groupes mobilisés au sein de la société civile. Un répertoire d'actions politiques peut comprendre, par exemple, la grève, la manifestation, le sit-in, la pétition, le boycott, etc.Portail de la sociologie Portail de la sociologie Portail de la politique Portail de la politique
  • Repertoire of contention refers, in social movement theory, to the set of various protest-related tools and actions available to a movement or related organization in a given time frame.Repertoires are often shared between social actors; as one group (organization, movement, etc.) finds a certain tool or action successful, in time, it is likely to spread to others. However, in addition to providing options, repertoires can be seen as limiting, as people tend to focus on familiar tools and actions, and innovation outside their scope is uncommon (see diffusion of innovations).Actions and tools that belong to common repertoires of contention include, but are not limited to: creation of special-purpose associations and coalitions, public meetings, solemn processions, vigils, rallies, demonstrations, sit-ins, petition drives, statements to and in public media, boycotts, strikes and pamphleteering. Repertoires change over time, and can vary from place to place. They are determined both by what the actors know how to do, and what is expected from them. Early repertoires, from the time before the rise of the modern social movement, included food riots and banditry. The changing nature of repertoires of contention can be seen in a sample element of the mid-18th century British repertoire of contention, the rough music: a humiliating and loud public punishment inflicted upon one or more people who have violated the standards of the rest of the community. For yet another example, consider that in the recent years, Internet-focused repertoires have been developed (see hacktivism). Recent scholarship has introduced a notion that in addition to the "traditional" and "modern" repertoires, a new, "digital", repertoire may be emerging.While the term is used most often in the social movement theory context, it can be applied to any political actors. Repertoires of contention also existed before the birth of the modern social movement (a period most scholars identify as the late 18th to early 19th century).The term is attributed to Charles Tilly.
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  • Un répertoire d'actions est un concept sociologique développé par Charles Tilly pour désigner l'ensemble des types d'interventions auxquels peut avoir recours un acteur pour se faire entendre dans un milieu donné. Il est particulièrement utilisé en science politique, où il sert à étudier les modalités d'inscription au sein de l'espace public de groupes mobilisés au sein de la société civile.
  • Repertoire of contention refers, in social movement theory, to the set of various protest-related tools and actions available to a movement or related organization in a given time frame.Repertoires are often shared between social actors; as one group (organization, movement, etc.) finds a certain tool or action successful, in time, it is likely to spread to others.
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  • Repertoire of contention
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