tfch13 - Chapter Thirteen: Social Movements 1. Social...

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1. Social movements typically depend on the actions of those outside the elites. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 2. Social movements are distinct from pressure groups. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 3. Social movements are a type of interest group. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 4. Not all voluntary associations seek significant changes in the distribution of social goods. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 5. The term counter-movement refers to social movements that are opposed government policy in some respect. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 6. The breakdown approach to social movements is associated with the functionalist perspective. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 7. Relative deprivation theory argues that people experience frustration and anxiety when rising expectations for social goods are unmet. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 8. According to Smelser, relative deprivation is most likely to be felt when the state remains indifferent to people’s needs and grievances. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 9. The breakdown approach has been criticized for ignoring the way that social stability and value consensus result partly from relations of domination. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 10. Breakdown approaches can be criticized for ignoring the emotional dimension of conflict and collective political action. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 11. From the resource mobilization viewpoint, free-riding is a problem rather than a solution. a. *TRUE
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2010 for the course SOC 101 taught by Professor Barrym during the Fall '09 term at Waterloo.

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tfch13 - Chapter Thirteen: Social Movements 1. Social...

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