ANALYSIS AND CONCLUSIONS
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The previous two chapters analyze forms of transnational con tentious collective action through empirical evidence of case studies. As Kathryn Sikkink and Margaret Keck suggest, at this point in the theoreti cal development of transnational processes of collective action, we are “better served by examining the linkage processes than by trying to draw the outlines of the new patterns these linkages may be producing” (1998: 237). Chapters Four and Five elucidated these complex, transnational link age processes, how they function, and their effectiveness and outcomes.