Strategizing post-protest activism in abeyance

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The initial optimism on the revival of civic activism in Turkey following the Gezi protests in 2013 was short-lived. The deteriorating legal and political environment has considerably narrowed the civic space for civil society activity. Ozge Zihnioglu analyses post-Gezi activists’ ability to adapt to deteriorating conditions and to retain activist capital during abeyance.

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