one person holding a sign on a street corner will not be sufficient for this

One person holding a sign on a street corner will not

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one person holding a sign on a street corner will not be sufficient for this project). For a great list of nonviolent and noncompliance tactics see methods of nonviolent intervention from the Albert Einstein Institute A summary of the movement’s stakeholders – 400-500 words Stakeholders in any protest are broad! Consider the runaway bunny from week 1. When he runs away, he is a stakeholder in his own freedom. His mother is also a stakeholder. She both cares for his wellbeing and sees her power threatened when he runs away. If his method of protesting her power is disruptive to others. If the runaway bunny sails away in a ship, his flight might be disruptive to other boats. Similarly, when his mother responds as the wind, her response is disruptive to many who are affected by weather—boats and fish alike. The same is true for social movements, where fights to redistribute power affect many, including those who do not stand to lose or gain from the target issues in the fight. A list of tentative inquiry questions – 100-200 words (apx) Now that you know everything that you’ve learned, what questions would you like to explore as part of a broarder
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research project inspired by this social movement? Try out a few questions dedicated to different areas of inquiry within the project. Will the movement’s tactics be effective? What would progress look like on this issue? Who should intervene? These questions are a good launch pad, but your own inquiry questions will need to be much more concrete and rooted in your own topic.
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  • Fall '11
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  • Sociology, Social movement, Albert Einstein Institute

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