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Geoffrey K. Roberts

of structure to co-ordinate activities during some campaign of very limited duration (to oppose German adoption of the European currency, for instance). It is important to remember that, as in the UK or the USA, thousands of organisations exist which never engage in political activity, and thousands more only do so on rare occasions, when some proposed policy may affect their activities, resources or freedom of action. Others may participate in political action with only a very loose form of organisation, such as the anti-globalisation protests which have taken

in German politics today (third edition)
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Andrew Balmer
Anne Murcott

selecting materials that can be shown to be relevant. You will have noticed that the student has also thought about how she might want to use this selection to construct her own argument about Occupy. You can see in the extract below, which comes from the middle of the essay, how she goes on to use the concepts and propositions she has identified in Castells’ work directly in relation to Occupy. This helps her build her own argument by a critical engagement with Castells whilst relating these materials directly to the question. The success of anti-globalisation

in The craft of writing in sociology