People Power: Civil Resistance and Social Transformation An Introduction to Nonviolent Conflict

Robert A. Kezer

Abstract


The purpose of this article, an excerpt from my book with the same name, is to
provide an introduction to nonviolent conflict that is both accessible to the informed public and rigorous enough to be used by activists and students wishing to investigate the field further. In a subsequent book, I will extend this introduction and use integral theory, specifically the all quadrants all levels (AQAL) model created by the philosopher Ken Wilber, to reduce the debates now dividing activists and scholars, and show how each side has value and brings greater truth to the discussion.


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