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Student outline 11 - Ethical Problems: Discussion Question:...

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Page 1 of 5 SOC 352 – Outline for Chapter 11 3 Components of any Change Effort (267): Dimensions of the surrounding environment which change agents must be aware of: Facilitative strategies for change = cooperative, collaborative strategies: Reeducative Strategies: Persuasive Strategies:
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Page 2 of 5 Power Strategies: Role of Violence (= a subform of power) in creating change: Violence is more likely to succeed as a change strategy to the extent that: Case Study: Al-Qaeda vs. the U.S. and its Allies: Consequences of bombing World Trade Center/ Pentagon for Al-Qaeda:
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Page 3 of 5 A cautionary note re: using violence to promote social change: Combining Different Change Strategies: Nonviolent Direct Action: 3 Keys to the Success of NDA:
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Page 4 of 5 The 9 steps of satyagraha are: Tasks involved in developing a plan for social change: Ethical Issues: Change Strategy: Facilitation ----→ Reeducation ----→ Persuasion ----→ Power/ Coercion
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Unformatted text preview: Ethical Problems: Discussion Question: HQ18 : (Note: To receive credit for your response to this question, you must use the texts terminology for the different change strategies facilitation, reeducation, persuasion, etc. in formulating your answer): Regarding the use of violence by the Al-Qaeda organization and by the U.S. (pp.276-277), in your view, (a) What strategies other than violence (bombing the World Trade Center/ the Pentagon) could Al-Qaeda members have used to effectively (so that people took them seriously) voice their concerns and grievances and (b) What strategies other than violence (specifically the War on Terror in Iraq) could the U.S. have effectively used in response? In answering both parts (a) and (b), explain why the alternative strategies you chose would have been effective ones to use on the part of Al-Qaeda/ the U.S. Page 5 of 5...
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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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