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The struggle of survivors of the Bhopal tragedy is interlinked with the emergence of new social movements in the country.
This is because unlike the Occupy Movement, the new social movement is in no way vague in its goals.
Second a 'globalization from below', comprising worker migration along with the rise of new social movements seeking, with varying degrees of success, to counter the increasing power of economic elites in the new global capitalism.
Moving beyond the simple production of multiple subjectivities, however, which was one element of the new social movements research of past decades; here the contributors focus on the ways in which these identities are mobilized in pursuit of new forms of political autonomy outside the constraints imposed by nation-states or multinational institutions.
In recent months we have seen the emergence of a new social movement in the United States reminiscent of the struggle of the Memphis sanitation workers a generation ago.
Their decentralised nature, their disregard for traditional hierarchies and their unwillingness to settle or even ally with political parties are often considered virtues of these new social movements.
A reconciliation between the different rebellions and the new social movements is beginning.
To support the new social movement, Youngson has published a book Time to Care: How to love your patients and your job, which brings together his philosophies developed from his life experiences.