Multi-organisational field

Movements and their constituent parts interact with other bodies and influences within a ‘multiorganisational field’, itself composed of ‘conflict and alliance systems’ (Klandermans 1992, 1997). Movement leadership can only be adequately grasped as a dynamic process, carried out in social contexts where others also strategise, opposing and aiding movement projects, and compelling movement re-thinking and re-organising (Ellingson 1995).

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