1. WK20 (Jan. 20) Introduction- From Grassroots to Mass Movements Required Readings 3 items
    1. The Oxford handbook of civil society - Michael Edwards 2013

      Book Core • Chapter 6, Social Movements

    2. The Blackwell companion to social movements - David A. Snow, Sarah Anne Soule, Hanspeter Kriesi, ProQuest (Firm) 2004 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Chapter 14, Transnational Processes and Movements

  2. WK20 (Jan. 20) Introduction- From Grassroots to Mass Movements Additional Readings 7 items
    1. Youth movements, trauma and alternative space in contemporary Japan - Carl Cassegård 2013

      Book Further • Chapter 2, Japan’s Lost Decade and Two Recoveries

    2. Governance in the Asia-Pacific - R. A. Maidment, David Goldblatt, Jeremy Mitchell 1998 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    3. Governance in the Asia-Pacific - R. A. Maidment, David Goldblatt, Jeremy Mitchell 1998

      Book Further Digitised Chapter 7: Challenging the Political Order: Social Movements p150-171 available via online resource link

    4. Social movements in China and Hong Kong: the expansion of protest space - Gilles Guiheux, Khun Eng Kuah, ProQuest (Firm) c2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Further • Chapter 3, Social Movements and State-Society Relationship in Hong Kong

    5. Theories of Political Protest and Social Movements : A Multidisciplinary Introduction, Critique, and Synthesis - Karl-Dieter Opp 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Chapter 2, Protest, Social Movements, and Collective Action

    6. Theories of political protest and social movements: a multidisciplinary introduction, critique, and synthesis - Karl-Dieter Opp 2009

      Book Further • Chapter 2, Protest, Social Movements, and Collective Action

    7. Democratic development in East Asia - Becky Shelley, ProQuest (Firm) 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book Further • Chapter 4, Global and Local Cultural Interactions: Fusing Democratic Institutions with Domestic Ideas

  3. WK 21 (Jan. 27) South Korea’s political changes Required Readings 2 items
    1. A concise history of modern Korea: from the late nineteenth century to the present - Michael J. Seth 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Chapter 14, South Korea: Creating a Democratic Society, 1953 to 1997

    2. A concise history of modern Korea: from the late nineteenth century to the present, Volume 2 - Michael J. Seth 2016

      Book Core Chapter 14, South Korea: Creating a Democratic Society, 1953 to 1997

  4. WK 21 (Jan. 27) South Korea’s political changes Additional Readings 2 items
    1. A concise history of modern Korea: from the late nineteenth century to the present - Michael J. Seth 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Chapter 11, Division and War, 1945 to 1953 Chapter 13, South Korea: From Poverty to Prosperity, 1953 to 1997 Chapter 16 Contemporary South Korea, 1997 to 2010

    2. A concise history of modern Korea: from the late nineteenth century to the present, Volume 2 - Michael J. Seth 2016

      Book Further Chapter 11, Division and War, 1945 to 1953 Chapter 13, South Korea: From Poverty to Prosperity, 1953 to 1997 Chapter 16 Contemporary South Korea, 1997 to 2010

  5. WK 22 (Feb. 04) Analysis of South Korea’s Pro-democracy movement in 1987 Required Readings 2 items
    1. The politics of democratization in Korea: the role of civil society | ebook - Sŏn-hyŏk Kim 2000

      Book Core Chapter 5, Civil society the third democratic juncture

    2. East Asian social movements: power protest and change in a dynamic region | ebook - Jeffrey Broadbent, Vicky Brockman 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Chulhee Chung, Mesomobilization and the June Uprising

  6. WK 22 (Feb. 04) Analysis of South Korea’s Pro-democracy movement in 1987 Additional Readings 2 items
    1. The politics of democratic consolidation: southern Europe in comparative perspective - Richard Gunther, Nikiforos P. Diamandouros, Hans-Jurgen Puhle c1995

      Book Further Digitised ch.6: Sidney Tarrow, “Mass Mobilization and Regime Change: Pacts, Reform, and Popular Power in Italy (1918–22) and Spain (1975–78), pp204-230

  7. WK 23 (Feb. 10) Four theoretical perspectives of social movement analysis Required Readings 4 items
    1. Frontiers in social movement theory / edited by Aldon D. Morris and Carol McClurg Mueller c1992

      Book Core Digitised chapter: Snow, D. A. & Benford, Robert. (1992): “ Master frames and Cycles of protest”, p.133-155

  8. WK 23 (Feb. 10) Four theoretical perspectives of social movement analysis Additional Readings 1 item
    1. Contentious politics - Charles Tilly, Sidney G. Tarrow 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

  9. WK 25 (Feb. 24) Taiwan's Pro-democracy and Independence Movement during the White Terror Required Readings 2 items
    1. Green Island - Shawna Yang Ryan 2016

      Book Core Read pp. 6-70

  10. WK 25 (Feb. 24) Taiwan's Pro-democracy and Independence Movement during the White Terror Additional Readings 8 items
    1. Documenting Taiwan on film: issues and methods in new documentaries - Sylvia Li-chun Lin, Tze-lan Deborah Sang 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read pp. 38-59

  11. WK 26 (Mar. 02) 21st Century Taiwan's Democratic Transition: the Sunflower Movement Required Readings 3 items
    1. Changing Identities in Taiwan under Ma Ying-jeou - Jean-Pierre Cabestan

      Article Core (Chapters: “Social Movements in Taiwan after 2008: from the Strawberries to the Sunflowers and Beyond”, “The Sunflower Movement: Origins, Structures and Strategies of Taiwan’s Response against the Black Box”, and “The China Factor and Taiwan’s Civil Society Organization in the Sunflower Movement: the case of the Democratic Front against the Cross-Strait Service Trade Agreement”)

    2. Taiwan's social movements under Ma Ying-jeou: from the wild strawberries to the sunflowers | ebook 2017 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Chapters: “Introduction: How do Activists Matter?” and “New Opportunities and New Challenges: Social Movements after 2000

  12. WK 26 (Mar. 02) 21st Century Taiwan's Democratic Transition: the Sunflower Movement Additional Readings 5 items
    1. Law and politics of the Taiwan Sunflower and Hong Kong Umbrella movements / edited by Brian Christopher Jones 2017

      Book Further Read: “Confrontational Contestation and Democratic Compromise.” pp. 15-29 and “The Right to Free Assembly and the Sunflower Movement.” pp. 30-48

    2. Social movements in Taiwan's democratic transition: linking activists to the changing political environment - Yun Fan 2018 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Chapters: “Introduction: How do Activists Matter?” and “New Opportunities and New Challenges: Social Movements after 2000

  13. WK 27 (Mar. 09) Reconstructing Political Identity under “One China” Policy: the Umbrella and Liberation Movement in Hong Kong Required Readings 3 items
    1. Political parties, party systems, and democratization in East Asia - Liang Fook Lye, Wilhelm Hofmeister, National University of Singapore. East Asian Institute, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (Singapore) c2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Core • Chapter 1, Yongnian Zheng, Liang Fook Lye, Is Democratization Compatible with China’s One-Party System?

  14. WK 27 (Mar. 09) Reconstructing Political Identity under “One China” Policy: the Umbrella and Liberation Movement in Hong Kong Additional Readings 8 items
    1. Use of tear gas for crowd control in Hong Kong - Emily Ying Yang Chan, Kevin Kei Ching Hung, Heidi Hoi Yi Hung, Colin A Graham 10/2019

      Article Further

    2. Law and politics of the Taiwan Sunflower and Hong Kong Umbrella movements - Brian Christopher Jones 2017

      Book Further Part 2- The Hong Kong Umbrella Movement” and “Part 3- Comparative Elements involving Taiwan and Hong Kong

    3. CONTROL AND RESISTANCE IN HONG KONG - Antony Dapiran

      Article Further

    4. Hong Kong Identity on the Rise - Yew Chiew Ping, Kwong Kin-ming 12/2014

      Article Further

  15. WK 28 (Mar. 16) Transnational Social Movements related to Environmental Issues Required Readings 4 items
    1. Taiwan's social movements under Ma Ying-jeou: from the wild strawberries to the sunflowers | ebook 2017 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Chapters: “The Evolution of the Anti-Nuclear Movement in Taiwan since 2008” and “The Revival of Taiwan’s Green Party after 2008

    2. Social movements and political activism in contemporary Japan: re-emerging from invisibility 2018

      Book Core Read: “Continuities and Discontinuities of Japan’s Political Activism Before and After the Fukushima Disaster.” pp. 115-136

    3. Social movements and political activism in contemporary Japan: re-emerging from invisibility | ebook 2018 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Read: “Continuities and Discontinuities of Japan’s Political Activism Before and After the Fukushima Disaster.” pp. 115-136

  16. WK 28 (Mar. 16) Transnational Social Movements related to Environmental Issues Additional Readings 7 items
    1. Social movements and political activism in contemporary Japan: re-emerging from invisibility 2018

      Book Further Read: “The Post Fukushima Anti-Nuke Protest and their Impact on Japanese Environmentalism.” pp. 137-155

    2. Social movements and political activism in contemporary Japan: re-emerging from invisibility 2018 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read: “The Post Fukushima Anti-Nuke Protest and their Impact on Japanese Environmentalism.” pp. 137-155

    3. Social movements in Taiwan's democratic transition: linking activists to the changing political environment - Yun Fan 2018 (electronic resource)

      Book Further “Activist’s Shifting Involvement from the Environmental Movement to Electoral Politics.”

    4. Introduction: Neoliberalism, Social Movements, and the Environment in Taiwan - Jane Hindley, Ming-sho Ho, Hua-Mei Chiu 03/2011

      Article Further

    5. Leverage of the weak: labor and environmental movements in Taiwan and South Korea - Hwa-Jen Liu 2015

      Book Further (Chapters: “Introduction: Comparison of Two Movements and Two Late Industrializer”, “The Power Bases of Labor and Environmental Movements”, and “Labor and Environmental Trajectories”)

  17. WK 29 (Mar. 23) Cinema Activism in the Era of Climate Crisis – China, Taiwan and South Pacific in Context Required readings 6 items
    1. Documenting Taiwan on film: issues and methods in new documentaries | ebook - Sylvia Li-chun Lin, Tze-lan Deborah Sang 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Chapter 7, Kuei-fen Chiu, Should I Put Down the Camera? Ethics in Contemporary Taiwanese Documentary Films • Chapter 8, Christopher Lupke, Documenting Environmental Protests. Taiwan’s Gongliao Fourth Nuclear Power Plant and the cultural politics of dialogic artifice |

    2. Climate change and small island states: power, knowledge, and the South Pacific - Jon Barnett, John Campbell, ProQuest (Firm) 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Read: pp. 1-20

  18. WK 29 (Mar. 23) Cinema Activism in the Era of Climate Crisis – China, Taiwan and South Pacific in Context Additional Readings 4 items
    1. Climate Change and Displacement - Jane McAdam 1939

      Book Further Read: pp. 57-80, 105-130, 131-150, 151-174.

    2. Migration and Labour Mobility from Kiribati - Carmen Voigt-Graf, Sophia Kagan 2017

      Article Further

  19. WK 30 (Mar. 30) Conclusion: A New Phase of Contemporary Political Movements – Social Media & Civil Society Required Readings 2 items
    1. Cyberprotest: new media, citizens, and social movements - Wim B. H. J. van de Donk, Brian D. Loader, Paul G. Nixon, Dieter Rucht 2004

      Book Core

    2. The internet, social media, and a changing China 2016

      Book Core Chapter 1, The Coevolution of the Internet, (Un)civil Society, and Authoritarianism in China • Chapter 3, New Media Empowerment and State-Society Relations in China

  20. WK 30 (Mar. 30) Conclusion: A New Phase of Contemporary Political Movements – Social Media & Civil Society Additional Readings 5 items
    1. Media, mobilization and the umbrella movement / edited by Francis L.F. Lee 2017

      Book Further • Chapter 8, The Coming Colonization of Hong Kong Cyberspace: Government Responses to the Use of New Technologies by the Umbrella Movement

    2. Social media and Umbrella Movement: insurgent public sphere in formation - Paul S. N. Lee, Clement Y. K. So, Louis Leung 02/10/2015

      Article Further

    3. Media, mobilization and the umbrella movement / edited by Francis L.F. Lee | 2017

      Book Further Digitised Chapter 2, Social Media and Umbrella Movement: Insurgent Public Sphere in Formation pp24-43 available online.