Interface: a journal for and about social movements
|Discipline||Sociology, political sciences|
|Language||English and others|
|Edited by||Editorial collective|
|License||Creative Commons "attribution non commercial no derivatives"|
Interface: a journal for and about social movements is an open access academic journal that covers original research and reviews of books concerned mainly with protests, social movements, and collective behavior.
The journal has multiple editors who are responsible for different world regions and is multilingual. It was established in 2009 and appears biannually.
Interface attempts to engage not only social movement scholars, but also the activists themselves.
- "Mission Statement | Interface: a journal for and about social movements". Interfacejournal.net. Retrieved 2012-09-25.
- Cristina Flesher Fominaya, The Global Interface Project: Linking Sociology and Movement Activists, February 16, 2011, International Sociological Association
- Becky Lentz, Michel Bauwens, Launch of Interface Journal for knowledge sharing around social movements, May 2, 2010, P2P Foundation
- David Harvey, Interface Journal "Debating David Harvey"
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