Sub-theme 22: Movements, Markets and Fields

Brayden King, Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management, USA
Simone Schiller-Merkens, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne, Germany
Philip Balsiger, European University Institute, Florence, Italy
Session I: Thursday, July 03, 11:00 to 12:30, T3-11
Discursive and Framing Processes
Chair: Simone Schiller-Merkens
Jo-Ellen Pozner, Michaela DeSoucey and Katarina Sikavica
Bottle revolution: A study of market de-partitioning and re-partitioning in the craft beer industry
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Jocelyn Marie Leitzinger
Ryan Hammond
Competing for hearts and hands: Frame alignment and occupational commitment as a microfoundation for social movement influence in the emerging market for residential energy retrofits
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Jo-Ellen Pozner
Jocelyn Leitzinger, Theodore Waldron, Chad Navis and Greg Fisher
Choose your own adventure: Living stories as a tool for industry practice change
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Ryan Hammond
Session II: Thursday, July 03, 14:00 to 15:30, T3-11
Field Structuration
Chair: Philip Balsiger
Helen Etchanchu
The construction of issues and actors in emerging fields: Legitimation dynamics around ghale gas exploitation
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Niamh O'Sullivan
Niamh O'Sullivan and Brendan O'Dwyer
The structuration of issue-based fields: Social accountability, social movements and the Equator Principles issue-based field
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Kartikeya Bajpai
Kartikeya Bajpai and Klaus Weber
Topics in time: Examining the evolution of the privacy rights field
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Helen Etchanchu
Session III: Thursday, July 03, 16:00 to 17:30, T3-11
Conditional Perspectives on Movement Outcomes
Chair: Brayden King
Todd Schifeling
The struggle for control over the movement in the market: Activists, marketers, and green products
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Ion Bogdan Vasi
Ion Bogdan Vasi, Edward Walker, John Johnson and Sarah Tan
"No Fracking Way!" Media activism, discursive opportunities and local opposition against hydraulic fracturing in the United States, 2010–2013
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Edward Carberry
Edward J. Carberry, Pratyush Bharati, David Levy and Abhijit Chaudury
Direct or field-level activism: Examining the pathways through which social movements influence the adoption of new practices
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Todd Schifeling
Session IV: Friday, July 04, 09:00 to 10:30, T3-11
Contentious Politics and Field Structure
Chair: Simone Schiller-Merkens
Mary-Hunter McDonnell, Brayden King and Sarah A. Soule
A dynamic process model of contentious politics: Activist targeting and corporate receptivity to social challenges
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Itziar Castelló
Itziar Castelló, David Barberá and Frank G.A. de Bakker
Structuring through dissent: Field emergence and the strategic role of organizational agency
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Mary-Hunter McDonnell
Session V: Friday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30, T3-11
Movement Beliefs and Values in Markets
Chair: Brayden King
Andreea D. Gorbatai and Cyrus Dioun
Enchanting exchange: Evidence from the Maker movement
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Daisy Chung
Daisy Chung
Between social cause and industrial commodity: How a movement and industry projected unity to develop an institutionally robust market
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Simone Schiller-Merkens
Simone Schiller-Merkens and Philip Balsiger
Social movements and moral markets: Movements' imprint on the culture of the ethical fashion market
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Cyrus Dioun
Session VI: Saturday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, T3-11
Movement Activism and Target Responses
Chair: Philip Balsiger
Timo Böhm and Henning Hillmann
A closed elite? Bristol’s Society of Merchant Venturers and the abolition of slave trading
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Nikolas Rathert
Nikolas Rathert and Brayden King
Impression management responsiveness and the role of organizational capacities
Discussant(s)Discussant(s): Timo Böhm
Session VII: Saturday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, T3-11
Movements, Markets and Fields: New Perspectives in the Study of Market Contention
With the participation of Philip Balsiger, Brayden King, Simone Schiller-Merkens, Edward Walker & Klaus Weber