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Ideology An intricate web of beliefs about reality and social life that is institutionalized as public knowledge and disseminated throughout society so effectively that it becomes taken- for-granted knowledge for all social groups
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The Origin of Social Movements Social movements emerge when a dominant ideology can no longer provide solutions to political, economic, or environmental problems
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Injustice Frame A frame which defines the actions of an authority system as unjust and simultaneously legitimate noncompliance Injustice frames: Provide a diagnosis of the problem A proposed solution A rationale for taking action And help define the boundaries between proponents and opponents of the movement
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Manifest Destiny Christianity Progress Patriarchy
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Oral Traditions 1800 BC JEDP Texts 1000 BC Priestly Compilation 400 BC Old Testament
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Pro- and Anti-Environmental Attitudes in Genesis Positive implications The natural order is a moral order
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