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102-24 SOCIAL MOVEMENTS

102-24 SOCIAL MOVEMENTS - Social movements 1 What are...

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Social movements 1. What are social movements? 2. Kinds of social movements 3. Transformative social movements 1. attributes 2. examples 4. Explaining transformative social movements
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What are social movements? “any organized effort by a group of human beings to effect change in the face of resistance from other human beings”
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Types of social movements: Transformative Total change Supra-individual level Redemptive Total change Individual level Reformative Partial change Supra-individual level Alterative Partial change Individual level
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Transformative social movements Constant features: Foreshortened time perspective Teleological view of history Charismatic leadership disengagement
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Transformative social movements Variable features Scope End state desired Means Relationship to existing system
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Examples: Heaven’s Gate (ca. 1995) Jonestown (1978) Ghost Dance (1870-1890)
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