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- Understanding the Dialectic of Discourse and Collective Action: Public Debate and Rioting in Antebellum Cincinnati
- Stephen Ellingson
- American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 101, No. 1 (Jul., 1995), pp. 100-144
- Subjects: African American Studies, American Studies, Sociology
- Key terms: collective, discourse, speaker, benford, audience, action, discursive, abolitionist, cincinnati, gamson, abolitionism, debate, movement, meaning, argument, philanthropist, event, actor, episode, abolition, belief, tarrow, editorial
- CiteRank: 0.8921
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