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Theory about Social Movements, Protest and Collective Behavior 4 (2), S. 203-221. Lampel, Joseph/Meyer, Alan D. (2008): „Guest editors introduction. Field- configuring events as structuring mechanisms: How conferences, cere- monies, and trade shows constitute new technologies, industries, and markets“, in: Journal of Management Studies 45 (6), S. 1025-1035. Musikevents als Bühnen für den Urheberrechtsdiskurs | 271 Lampel, Joseph/Lant, Theresa/Shamsie, Jamal (2000): „Balancing act: Learning from organizing practices in cultural industries“, in: Organiza- tion

legisla- tion, we nearly always discover that shared values are the forces behind the interest groups and social movements that struggled to achieve them — the end of slavery, women’s right to vote, anticommunism, civil rights, environmental protection, and antismoking campaigns, to name some of the more obvious examples. More specifically, consider the passage in the United States of the Voting Rights Act of 1964. Only two years before this landmark legislative achievement for the civil rights movement, the prospects for the passage of such legislation looked

(2008): L’Affaire du Chien des Bas- kerville, Paris: Minuit Castells, Manuel (2015): Networks of Outrage and Hope, Social Movements in the Internet Age, Lon- don: Polity Press (2nd Edition) Gielen, Pascal/Lijster, Thijs (2017): »The Civil Potency of a Singular Experience, On the Role of Cultural Organisations in Transnational Civil Undertakings«, in: Dietachmair, Philipp/Gielen, Pascal: The Art of Civil Action, Political Space & Cultural Dissent, Amsterdam: Valiz, S.40–44 Jellicoe, Ann (1987): Community plays: How to put them on, London: Methuen Matarasso, François