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Department
Sociology (Arts)
Course
SOCI 386
Professor
Marcos Ancelovici
Semester
Winter

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Social Movements page 1-9 (Staggenborg) SMs are a form of claims-making in a repertoire of collective action Old collective action was localized and targeted local authorities, now it is more cosmopolitan and targets national authorities (generally less violent today and less likely to be repressed by authorities in liberal democracies) SMs post 1750 - Sustained campaigns which make collective claims aimed at authorities - Create special purpose associations - Various contentious performances (marches, petitions etc.) - Actors try to represent themselves in WUNC fashion - Don’t always target the state - Different types of contention (contained: done by established political actors or transgressive: done by new or innovative actors - SM actors are challengers and outsiders (distinguishes them from political parties and interest groups) McCarthy and Zald - SMs as preference str
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