Contention

The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest

Contention

The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest

Research on Political Behaviour, Protest & Contention Politics

Interdisciplinary Journal

Published by Berghahn Journal

Contention

Contention is the journal co-hosted by the Cultural Processes and Groups Lab, at the University of Kent. The journal was first founded in 2012 and it has now reached its eight volume and fifteenth issue.

Editors: Dr. Benjamin Abrams (University College London) & Dr. Giovanni A. Travaglino (University of Kent)

Contention is dedicated to research on social protest, collective action and contentious politics. As a multidisciplinary journal, Contention’s mission is to bridge scholarly divides and promote knowledge exchange across a diverse audience of scholars in the social sciences and humanities. The journal publishes articles by academics and practitioners on topics spanning the full range of social and political contention.

Contention welcomes research articles that expand our knowledge of contentious politics and social protest, as well as novel theoretical, methodological, and empirical contributions. The journal also publishes critical review articles, as well as book reviews of new or noteworthy texts.

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Indexing/Abstracting

Contention is indexed/abstracted in:

  • *European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS)
  • *Scopus (Elsevier)