It doesn’t have to be protests, armed conflict, or war. It can be the little things. And often, it is.
When Jim Scott mentions ‘resistance,’ this recovering political scientist isn’t usually talking about grand symbolic statements or large-scale synchronized actions by thousands or more battling an oppressive state. He’s often referring to daily actions by average people, often not acting in concert and perhaps not even seeing themselves as ‘resisting’ at all.Jim Scott on Resistance – Social Science Space
Related: 198 methods on nonviolent action.
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