Organizational Decline Very often the movement declines because of the

Organizational decline very often the movement

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Organizational Decline Very often the movement declines because of the importance of the  bureaucracy and not the movement itself. Why People Join Social Movements: There is no single, overriding reason why people join social   movements. Mass Society Theory- social movements relieve feelings of isolation created by an   impersonal bureaucratized society. Developed by Houser- published research in 1959. Proposed- mass society makes many people feel isolated. Impersonal, industrialized, bureaucratic society Social movements fill a void  Find more social movements in areas of unconventional ties. More in the west than in the south. Nazi Germany even recruited several people that had been really  rooted in family ties. An exception- homeless people are very isolated yet they usually do  not join movements. Deprivation Theory-  people join movements in   order to address their grievances. People who are deprived of things valued in society will join social  movements to get those resources. German peasants were more deprived than French peasants, but  revolution happened in France; RELATIVE Deprivation Theory. French had experienced the good life before their deprivation  whereas the Germans had never known anything else and didn’t know they were  missing out.
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A sense of justice , morality , values , and ideological commitment also   motivates people to join social movements. In your textbook, also see structural-strain theory and resource-mobilization theory. Globalization Globalization: 567 The integration of economic activities across national boarders Outsourcing: When firm turn over the execution of tasks to third parties Tariff: Tax that is imposed on imports or exports Deglobalization: A process in which international economic integration decreases over time Global Value Chains: A set of linked operations that organize the production of any particular product
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