|Author:||S. Griggs,David R. Howarth|
|Title:||"Vegans and Volvos": Problematizing and Explaining the Campaign Against Manchester Airport's Second Runway (Essex Papers in Politics & Government)|
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|Publisher:||University of Essex Dept.of Government (October 1998)|
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David Howarth is a Professor in the Department of Government and Co-Director of the Centre for Ideology and Discourse Analysis at the University of Essex. He is first and foremost a political theorist, whose main interests are poststructuralist theories of society and politics, focusing especially on the empirical study of political ideologies and discourses; the theoretical relationship between space, time and the political; and the intersections between identity, difference and subjectivity. Thesis title: Towards a Radical Politics Without Ressentiment: Problematizing the Intensification and Proliferation of Violence in Mexico Degree subject: Ideology and Discourse Analysis Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy Awarded date: 30/9/2015. Griggs, S. and Howarth, . (2000). New environmental movements and direct action protest: The campaign against Manchester Airport's second runway.
This article examines the campaign against the construction of Manchester Airport's second runway. Articulating insights from rational choice theory within a framework of discourse theory, it provides a set of theoretical tools with which to problematize and explain the Manchester case. Attention is focused on the strategic construction of group identities and interests by leading protest brokers who organized and orchestrated the campaign
The airport's owner, BAA, said the economic downturn had affected passenger demand and made it less likely that expansion will be needed by the original opening date of 2015. The extra runway would allow annual passenger numbers at the Essex airport to increase from 2. million to 35 million. However, fewer travellers are using Stansted, as Ryanair and easyJet, the airport's largest customers, scale back operations. The 2003 government white paper that underpinned the case for a new runway stated that the second landing strip should be launched by 2012. However, that deadline has slipped steadily in the face of concerted local opposition and forecast revisions. The Conservatives have pledged to block a second runway at Stansted and are exploring legal options to overturn planning permission if it is awarded by the inquiry.
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