Student outline 7

Student outline 7 - Page 1 of 3 SOC 352 Outline for Chapter...

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Page 1 of 3 SOC 352 – Outline for Chapter 7 Social Movements: basic avenues by which social change takes place in societies like the United States. They are often the carriers of innovation, particularly in nontechnical realms. They shape attidues, define public issues, and affect social policy in a variety of ways. Most become political. They exist outside the institutional framework of everyday life and are in some way oriented toward a degree a social change. They are unconventional collectivites with varying degrees of organization that attept to promote or prevent change. Typically produce conflict with other movements and causes. SMs differ from structures that are more integrated into the society in these ways: They develop multiple segmental organizations that compete for the loyalities of sympathizers in a multiporganization field. They recruit sympathizers in face to face encounters in small groups. Large rallies and demonstatraions publicize the issues of the movement, by they are not the settings that make converts. Adherents are motivated by strong personal commitments rather tha by external rewardxs like money. They develop ideologies that articulate their rationales, goals, and causes
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2009 for the course SOC SOC 352 taught by Professor Whitaker during the Spring '09 term at ASU.

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