- Title Pages
- 1 Contextualizing the Case: Central Appalachia<sup>1</sup>
- 2 Micro-Level Processes and Participation in Social Movements
- 3 Depletion of Social Capital in Coalfield Communities<sup>1</sup>
- 4 Identity and Participation in the Environmental Justice Movement<sup>1</sup>
- 5 Cognitive Liberation, Cultural Manipulation, and Friends of Coal<sup>1</sup>
- 6 Cognitive Liberation and Hidden Destruction in Central Appalachia
- 7 Summary of Part I
- 8 Creating a Micromobilization Context through Photovoice
- 9 Photovoice in Five Coal-Mining Communities
- 10 Becoming, and Un-Becoming, an Activist
- Appendix A: Data-Collection Methods and Tables for Chapter 3
- Appendix B: Interview Methods and Demographics of the Study Sample for Chapter 4
- Appendix C: Creation of the Coal-Critical Index and Analysis of Pre-Project and Post-Project Results in Photovoice Groups and Control Groups
- Appendix D: Photovoice Participation, Coal-Critical Photographs Shared, and Coal-Critical Photostories Created
- Urban and Industrial Environments
- Fighting King Coal
Shannon Elizabeth Bell
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