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Introduction to Social Movement

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC1105
Professor
Joseph Sawan
Semester
Winter

Description
Introduction Introduction to Social Movement Monday, January 6, 2014 What is a social movement? - Being involved / actively participating in social organizations Defining the “Social Movement” - Campaigns of collective claims on target authorities; - An array of claim-making performances including special-purpose associations, public meetings, media statements, and demonstrations; o How the movement engages in practical approaches to exert an influence - Public representations of the cause’s Worthiness, Unity, Numbers, and Commitment o For any movement to be taken seriously and to be effective, they MUST have these components o Worthiness: to fight for o Unity, Number
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