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O ver the past century, the field of social movement studies has moved several times toward the recognition and analysis of meaning-making by social movement participants. It may be time, now, to make a new leap in this direction. What would happen if we not only recognize meaningmaking as an important facet of social movement mobilizations, but privilege it as the central feature of such phenomena? This special section explores several implications of this leap. What do we mean bydoi:10.1353/anq.2008.0003 fatcat:ams6spwkhvaw5amhcuodcm5opq