Agency and Social Networks: Strategies of Action in a Social Structure of Position, Opposition, and Opportunity
This study uses social movement concepts to explain the success and failure of actors in a network of relationships trying to influence policies on environmental issues in a small city. Results show that strategies to take action and mobilize others in a network of interorganizational relationships...
|Published in:||Administrative science quarterly : ASQ, Vol. 45, No. 4 (2000), p. 651-678|
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