15c - TYPES OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS ALTERNATIVE LEAST THREATENING SINCE ONLY LIMITED CHANGE IS SOUGHT FOR A LIMITED NUMBER OF MEMBERS EXAMPLE PLANNED

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TYPES OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS ALTERNATIVE LEAST THREATENING SINCE ONLY LIMITED CHANGE IS SOUGHT FOR A LIMITED NUMBER OF MEMBERS EXAMPLE: PLANNED PARENTHOOD REDEMPTIVE INDUCTION OF FOCUSED, RADICAL CHANGE EXAMPLE: SOME CHRISTIAN ORGANIZATIONS REFORMATIVE LIMITED SOCIAL CHANGE THAT TARGETS ALL MEMBERS OF SOCIETY EXAMPLE: EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT MOVEMENT REVOLUTIONARY THE MOST SEVERE AND FAR-REACHING CONSEQUENCES, STRIVING FOR BASIC TRANSFORMATION OF SOCIETY EXAMPLE: ULTRA-CONSERVATIVE POLITICAL MOVEMENTS
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DEPRIVATION THEORY RESULT OF EXPERIENCING RELATIVE DEPRIVATION MASS-SOCIETY THEORY GIVE DISENFRANCHISED PEOPLE A GROUP WITH WHICH TO FEEL A BELONGINGNESS STRUCTURAL-STRAIN THEORY (SEE NEXT SLIDE) GROUP EFFORT TO CHANGE SOCIETY INTO A FORM THAT IS IN KEEPING WITH GROUP’S IDEAS AND GOALS RESOURCE-MOBILIZATION THEORY ALL THE ABOVE, PLUS SOCIAL TIES TO THE GROUP’S MEMBERSHIP NEW SOCIAL MOVEMENTS THEORY
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course SOC 101 taught by Professor Sullivan during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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15c - TYPES OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS ALTERNATIVE LEAST THREATENING SINCE ONLY LIMITED CHANGE IS SOUGHT FOR A LIMITED NUMBER OF MEMBERS EXAMPLE PLANNED

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