Steps of state co-production by resistance

From Iron Will: Global Extractivism and Mining Resistance in Brazil and India by Markus Kröger

  • Figure 2 is a black and white diagram that has five levels that represent different levels that a resistance movement can embed with the state. The bottom level is the least embedded and the top level is the most embedded.
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  • Fig. 2. There are different levels of embeddedness a resistance can achieve with governmental or institutional actors. A resistance effort can build its embeddedness in steps to achieve the ultimate goal of influencing outcomes through the production or coproduction of the state.