SOC 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Resource Mobilization, Institutional Racism, White Supremacy

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How the social movement group express their demands for change. Why social movements, by definition are not created, led, or carried out by economic elites or people within government. How do those social actors attain the changes they want. A common question in the study of movements why does a given movement emerge at a particular time and place: framing or frame alignment theory. Hardship that is regarded as having human causes. Hardships has to be unjust to be seen as unjust for it to generate sense of grievances. Framing theory: metaphor for describing issues in a way that makes certain aspects salient. Can be in the form written or spoken speech visual imagery and music. Framing theory core premise: activities need to be framed the issues efficiently to mobilize widespread sympathy and participation. Frame the cause of hardships, solutions, and justification for action: resource mobilization theory.

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