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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC1101
Professor
Liam Kilmurray
Semester
Fall

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Social Movements IndividualsSocial ChangeStrategies for Action 1 Individuallevel coping 2 Organizationbased action Social Movements Resistance behaviour either passive or active which directed toward the rejection or prevention of a social changeSocial Movement collective attempts to promote or resist social changeCauses of Social Movements Breakdown TheorySocial movement is the result of change in society that lead to social and personal breakdown Example Anglican Church movementto try to stop homosexuals from being leaders in the church Resisting this changeSolidarity TheorySocial movement is directly political acti
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