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PS 2F03- January 28, 2014; lecture 4.docx

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Political Science
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Peter Graefe

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PS 2F03 January 28 2014 lecture 4Midterm paper refer to syllabusIntroWhat are the main arguments of the paperDiscussion of how the article relates to the themes as topics covered in the course 34 pagesoBy what institutions processes and representational vehicles does policy change come about parties social movements interest groups policy community debate bureaucratic institutions etcoWhat are the determinants of successfailure in the adoption of certain policy initiatives what explains who won and who lostoA successful answer would describe what the article in question had to say about these questions but relate them to what we have learned in class in terms of these questionsConclusion Social movementsShapes the ideas in how we do politicsDefinitionoCastells p 34 of Smithpurposive collective action whose outcome in victory as in defeat transforms the values and institutions of societyBenefit of this argument recognizes that win or lose societies values and institutions will changeand it is open Effects on institutions and practices incremental reforms people mobilize or responses from the stateChange in political culture how people think about the world has transformed because of certain mobilization nd actorsoSidney Tarrow power in movement p3 collective challenges by people with common purposes and solidarity in sustained interaction with elites opponents and au
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