This chapter shows how the most important factors studied can and should be explored, not just through a condensed analysis in QCA tables (as in Chapter 3) but also in a more extended form. The chapter will lead the reader through the process of revealing the role of the factors that do not fit neatly into QCA tables via process tracing and ethno-graphically based analysis. This kind of analysis should complement a good comparative analysis, even though they are not always done in conjunction. By focusing theoretically on social movement studies and political ecology, this chapter provides examples of the empirical analyses that complement QCA and what are behind them. This chapter also explains how all of the aforementioned five key strategies are not always available for would-be resistances to use, for example, if they are in an ethnically marginalized position or are without other backing like the support of the urban middle classes or critical mining professionals. Both these broader contextual factors and dynamics are such that they require exploration of how they affect the QCA conditions.