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352 student Outline 7 - Crowd psychology Rational choice...

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Page 1 of 2 SOC 352 – Outline for Chapter 7 Social Movements: SMs differ from structures that are more integrated into the society in these ways: Social Movement Organizations: Types of SMs: Reform vs. revolutionary – Instrumental vs. Expressive – Progressive vs. Conservative – Instrumental Expressive Reformative – e.g. NAACP, tax reform, antiabortion Alternative, e.g. evangelicalism, joggers, Trekkies, other ‘enthusiasms’ Transformative – e.g. Islamic fundamentalism (classic revolutions) Redemptive, e.g. millenarian movement, cults (isolated environments) Theories about how Social Movements originate:
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Unformatted text preview: Crowd psychology Rational choice Relative deprivation Status strains Micro-structural Mobilization Contexts As an outgrowth of collective behavior Neil Smelsers Value-Added Theory 1. 3 types of responses to SMs by authorities (per Smelser) Page 2 of 2 Theories about how social movements begin, continued: Conflict perspectives Resource Mobilization theory Political Process theory Theory of Contentious Politics New Movement Theory Ideological frames for SMs:...
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2010 for the course SOC SOC 352 taught by Professor Whitaker during the Spring '09 term at ASU.

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