Nonviolent action is a way for ordinary people to fight for their rights, freedom, and justice. It is frequently associated with moral or ethical nonviolence, but in this article Hardy Merriman will define it as a distinct phenomenon, separate from any moral or ethical underpinnings, to expand on how it works as a pragmatic way to exert leverage in a conflict.
Conservation Biology, Volume 22, No. 2, April 2008
Translation: ICNC, James Cheng (translator), April 2008