The Gezi Park protests involved activists from many groups. Though almost half of the protesters said they had not previously participated in any kind of social action (KONDA, 2013) protests were largely started and maintained through experienced activists, NGOs, and political organizations.
|Title of host publication||Another brick in the barricade|
|Subtitle of host publication||The Gezi resistance and its aftermath|
|Publisher||Wiener Verlag für Sozialforschung|
|Number of pages||21|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
Acar, Y., & Uluğ, Ö. M. (2015). “Becoming us without being one”: A social psychological perspective on the Gezi Park protesters and negotiating levels of identity. In Another brick in the barricade: The Gezi resistance and its aftermath (pp. 34-54). Wiener Verlag für Sozialforschung.