LEC18(09)globalization

LEC18(09)globalization - SOC101Y Introduction to Sociology...

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SOC101Y Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Professor Robert Brym Professor Robert Brym Lecture #18 Lecture #18 Globalization Globalization 10 March 2010 10 March 2010
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Non-conventional Political Action,  Non-conventional Political Action,  United States, 1981-2000 (percent  United States, 1981-2000 (percent  “done” and “might”; n=6,906) “done” and “might”; n=6,906) 0 20 40 60 80 100 petition boycott demonstrate strike occupy 1981 1990 1995-1997 1999-2000 Percent
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Non-conventional Political Action,  Non-conventional Political Action,  Canada, 1981-2000 (percent “done”  Canada, 1981-2000 (percent “done”  and “might”; n=4,846) and “might”; n=4,846) 0 20 40 60 80 100 petition boycott demonstrate strike occupy 1981 1990 1999-2000 Percent
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Non-conventional Political Action,  Non-conventional Political Action,  World, 1981-2000 (percent “done” and  World, 1981-2000 (percent “done” and  “might”; n=272,323) “might”; n=272,323) 0 20 40 60 80 100 petition boycott demonstrate strike occupy 1981 1990 1995-1997 1999-2000 Percent
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Relative Deprivation Theory Relative Deprivation Theory Time Rewards Rewards expected Rewards received Intolerable gap People feel relatively deprived when they experience an intolerable gap between the social rewards they think they deserve and the social rewards they expect to receive. Social rewards are widely valued goods, including money, education, security, prestige, etc. Accordingly, people are most likely to rebel against authority when rising expectations (brought on by, say, rapid economic growth and migration) are met by a sudden decline in social rewards (due to, say, economic recession or war).
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