SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Symbolic Interactionism, Social Cost, Resource Mobilization

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1929: consumer society came into deep economic recession. Second hand market is actually used as a way to dump waste on a population: waste of the consumers of a developed nation. Evidence shows that when gasoline cost goes down, the sale of gasoline goes up: canadians tend to buy the biggest car that their dollar can get them, alternative: people cooperating to reduce greatly their over consumption of everything. Involvement of government and also its about the consumer. They work together to tackle the problem: new taxes to pay for reduction. People are not willing to pay for electric cars individual-based solutions. Social movements: governments are only inclined to take action when they are forced to do so by the public, through social movements, collective action: working in union to bring about or resist social, political, or economic change. Strain: relative deprivation: when the gap between expected rewards and actual.

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