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Social Movements and the Study of Repression.doc

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Social Sciences
Course
SCS1150
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All Professors
Semester
Fall

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Social Movements and the Study of RepressionHow do elites in democratic states defend themselves from challenges by activistsWhat techniques do they useWhat impact do these techniques haveHow do these act to increase the costs of participationWhen does this lead to the demobilization of movementsWhat techniques do police use to control protestHow have these changed with timeSocial Controlthe process by which individuals groups and organizations attempt to make performance the behaviour and operations of other groups organizations and individuals conform to standards of behaviour or normative preferencesMayer Zald 1978 p 83Charles TillyRepression is naything that increases the costs of participationA specific definition harassment surveillancespying bans arrest torture and mass killing by the government agents andor a
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