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bSome movements develop cultural markets such as music, dialect, dress, literature, art, and subculturesSOC 352 Jennifer L. Harrison, PhD
Personal changesaInsular movement focus on participants themselves, and escapist movements may completely separate their participants from the outside worldbThe goal for insular movements is to promote personal transformationcPersonal changes are the limit of what the movement seeks to accomplishdBut most social movements focus less on individual change and have wider goals of changinginstitutional and organizational practicesiEven these social movements have effects on participants that may be so powerful that they stick with the participant for years to comeResistance to social changeSocial movements can be mobilized in opposition to social changeSocial movements can also be opposed as instruments to change, in preference for other ways to create social changeReactive or reactionary movements - social movements that resist specific changes or try to reverse course or channel social change away from what is seen as confusing, immoral, threatening, or in conflict with interests, values, or beliefsWhy is it sometimes hard to tell the results of a social movement?Takeaways from social movements lectureActs of disruption, sacrifice, and escalation from Engler and Engler.Disruption- pushing outbreaks of revolt into headlinesSacrifices to make contributions of time, energy, and resources; to risk tension with neighbors or family members who prefer to avoid controversial issues; or even to endanger their livelihood by standing up on the job or coming out as a whistleblower.Escalation when social movement participants undertake disruptive and risky actions notonce, but on an ongoing basis-endeavoring to carry out ever-bolder displays of noncompliance over the course of a campaign.Know examples from Eyes on the Prize1.The concern motivating people to engage in a social movement is generally called a: Meme Grievance Pseudo-event CatalystSOC 352 Jennifer L. Harrison, PhD
2.When something benefiting a large group of people cannot be denied to those who successfully avoided contributing to achieve the benefit, this is called _______. Slippage in the system Universalism The free rider problem Social democracy3.Iris Summers’ personal habits were largely shaped by her experiences during: