C13_Political_Movements - Roger C Lowery Ph D PLS 401...

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PLS 401: S ENIOR S EMINAR Roger C. Lowery, Ph. D. Part IV: The Apparatus of Governance Chapter outline Ch. 13: I. Untitled introduction: political movement A. Definition : an unorganized (or only loosely or informally organized) group of individuals who share a common set of interests or grievances and who use collective action to further their interests B. Various types 1. 2. Underground, secret, covert v. open, direct, overt 3. C. Examples 1. Underground, pro-democracy movement in 18 th c. England 2. Spontaneous demonstration of over one million Berliners in support of the Weimar Republic after the assassination of its Jewish foreign minister, Walter Rathenau, in 1922 3. Mahatma Gandhi’s civil disobedience movements in South Africa (1893-1914) and India (1916-45) 4. Montgomery bus boycott (1955-56) 5. Much of the Islamic fundamentalist movements
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course PLS 401 taught by Professor Lowery during the Spring '08 term at University of North Carolina Wilmington.

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C13_Political_Movements - Roger C Lowery Ph D PLS 401...

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