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© 2007 David Schweingruber Social Movements Oct. 22, 2007 http://www.iastate.edu/~soc.134
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© 2007 David Schweingruber Individuals as cause of society Social movements: continuous, large-scale, organized collective action motivated by the desire to enact, stop, or reverse change in some area of society
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© 2007 David Schweingruber Types of social movements Alternative Social Movement Redemptive Social Movement Reform Social Movement Revolutionary Social Movement Limited Radical How much change? Specific Individuals Everyone Who is changed?
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© 2007 David Schweingruber Old vs. new social movements Old social movements: related to economic struggles between “haves” and “have-nots” E.g., labor movement, Grange movement New social movements: focus on non-economic quality of life issues and identities
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