Student outline 9

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Page 1 of 5 SOC 352 – Outline for Chapter 9 Speculations about what ‘causes’ revolutions: Common elements in the natural history of revolutions: Desertion of intellectuals Attempted reforms Political crisis Triumph of the radicals Reign of terror Moderation and pragmatism
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Page 2 of 5 Causal theories – rebellion and political violence: Davies’ ‘J-Curve’ hypothesis System Disequilibrium theory Huntington’s Modernization hypothesis Resource Mobilization theories Structural perspective on Revolution:
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Page 3 of 5 Looking at these four in more detail: International pressures: State-Elites Relations: Military Loyalty: Popular Uprisings (Rural and Urban):
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