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The Last Lecture! Topic 22: Collective Behavior and Social Movements Collective Behavior and Social Movements A. Collective Behavior B. Social Movements
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A. What is COLLECTIVE BEHAVIOR? Ways of Thinking, Feeling, and Acting Of a large number of people That are relatively spontaneous and unstructured Types of Collective Behavior: 1. RUMOR 2. FASHION 3. FAD 4. MASS HYSTERIA 5. PANIC 6. CROWD
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Kinds of Crowds: 1. CASUAL 2. CONVENTIONAL 3. EXPRESSIVE 4. ACTING THEORIES OF CROWD BEHAVIOR
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Contagion Theory 2. Convergence Theory 3. Emergent Norm Theory B. What is a SOCIAL MOVEMENT? A relatively Organized effort On the part of a large number of people To bring about or resist change Types of Social Movements: 1. REVOLUTIONARY 2. REFORM 3. RESISTANCE 4. EXPRESSIVE Causes of Social Movements 1. DEPRIVATION THEORIES 2. RESOURCE MOBILIZATION THEORY GOOD LUCK WITH EXAMS!...
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