Masked activists, self- identifying as anarchists, taking from supermarkets and handing goods to passers- by are the topic of this profile. Over 50 such acts have occurred across Greece since the onset of the financial, political and social crisis in 2008. We present a snapshot of the phenomenon of collective expropriation and position it within a context of further market- oriented forms of resistance to `austerity politics'.
|Journal||Social Movement Studies|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|
- social banditry
- market disobediance