L18 - Collective Behaviour and Social Movements

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/24/11 Collective Behaviour and Social Movements March 24, 2011
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3/24/11 Overview ± Definitions ± Collective Behaviour ± Localized collectivities ± Dispersed collectivities ± Social Movements ± Types of social movements ± Theories
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3/24/11 Definitions Collective Behaviour : an activity involving a large number of people, often spontaneous, and usually in violation of established norms. Social Movement : organized activity that encourages or discourages social change. p. 560
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3/24/11 Collective Behaviour Why is it Difficult to Study? a. It is diverse . It is hard to define all types of collective behaviour together. b. It is variable . Sometimes social action can be very successful, sometimes not. c. It can be transitory . Social action comes and goes, it is difficult to study because it is not a constant. p. 560- 61
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3/24/11 Who Participates? A collectivity: a large number of people whose minimal interaction occurs in the absence of well-defined and
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2011 for the course SOCIOLOGY 100 taught by Professor Casimiro during the Spring '11 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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