Emozioak ekintza kolektiboan. Emoziozko testuinguruaren bilakaera euskararen aldeko mugimenduan
Larrinaga Renteria, Ane
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Gogoa 16 : 57-84 (2017)
The article studies the evolution of the movement in favour of the Basque language in the post-Francoist period, especially between the 1980s and the 2000s. The article identifies the transformations the movement has undergone and employs a series of conceptual tools, used in the analysis of emotions in social movements, to interpret this process. Based on frame-analysis, the article examines the discursive and emotional changes that have enabled the movement to adapt its collective action to the changing social and political conditions of Basque society. Special attention is paid to the movement’s dynamics of institutionalization, and to the challenges it faces in reconciling its increasing professionalization with the maintenance of a broad affective adhesion that preserves the symbolic and emotional capital inherited from the movement’s beginnings.