Oñati Socio-Legal Series

The Oñati Socio-Legal Series is an international peer-reviewed on-line journal which publishes work within the field of law and society. This is broadly defined to include work which makes a significant contribution to the understanding and analysis of law as a set of social institutions, processes, practices or techniques, using any methodologies and approaches from the social sciences and humanities.

    All papers are double-blind peer-reviewed by two referees.

    Vol 4, No 1 (2014): Whose Natural Resources? Criminalization of Social Protest in a Globalizing World

    Issue edited by Gustavo Rojas-Páez (Universidad Libre Colombia) and Carolijn Terwindt (European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights).

    Table of Contents

    Introduction

    Whose nature? Whose rights? Criminalization of Social Protest in a globalizing world PDF
    Gustavo Rojas Paez 1-12
    Repression and Criminalization of the Ecologist Movement in the Basque Country: the Case of the High Speed Train Project PDF
    Carlos Alonso Cidad, Iñaki Barcena Hinojal, Izaro Gorostidi Bidaurrazaga 13-34
    Backlash and Beyond: The Criminalization of Agrarian Reform and Peasant Response in the Philippines PDF
    Jennifer Franco, Danilo Tanael Carranza 35-62
    La Criminalidad de los Derechos: La Resistencia a la Mina Marlin (The Criminality of Rights: the Resistance to the Marlin Mine) PDF
    Anabella Sibrian, Chris van der Borgh 63-84
    The Criminalization of Socio-Environmental Struggles in Puerto Rico PDF
    Jose Manuel Atiles-Osoria 85-103
    Las Cárceles de la Etnicidad: Experiencias y Prácticas de Resistencia de los Mapuche Sometidos a la Violencia Política en la Era del Multiculturalismo (2000-2010) (Prisons of ethnicity: Experiences and Practices of the Mapuche Resistance Subjected to ...) PDF
    Fabien Le Bonniec 104-121
    La Aplicación del Derecho Penal Común y Antiterrorista como Respuesta a la Protesta Social de Indígenas Mapuche Durante el Periodo 2000-2010 (The Implementation of Ordinary and Anti Terror Criminal Law in Response to the Social Protest by the ...) PDF
    Eduardo Mella Seguel 122-138
    Depoliticization and Criminalization of Social Protest through Economic Decisionism: the Colombian Case PDF
    María Carolina Olarte 139-160

    Epilogue

    Criminalization of Social Protest: Future research PDF
    Carolijn Terwindt 161-169

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