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Social Movements Reader Cases and Concepts

ISBN-10: 0631221964
ISBN-13: 9780631221968
Edition: 2003
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Description: Thi extensive collection of the key classic and contemporary readings on the origins, organization, dynamics, and effects of social movements includes several case studies of some of the most important social movements, including the civil rights,  More...

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List price: $42.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/12/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 408
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 0.704
Language: English

Thi extensive collection of the key classic and contemporary readings on the origins, organization, dynamics, and effects of social movements includes several case studies of some of the most important social movements, including the civil rights, women's, and environmental.

List of Key Concepts
Acknowledgments
Introduction Editors' Introduction
When And Why Do Social Movements Occur?
Introduction
The Civil Rights Movement (From Civil Rights: The 1960s Freedom Struggle)
The Women's Movement (From The Origins Of The Women's Liberation Movement)
The Gay Liberation Movement (From Sexual Politics, Sexual Communities)
The Iranian Revolution (From Structural And Perceived Opportunity: The Iranian Revolution Of 1979)
Who Joins Or Supports Movements?
Introduction
Discussion Questions
Recruits To Civil Rights Activism (From Freedom Summer)
Changing Values In Post-Industrial Societies (From The Silent Revolution)
Middle-Class Radicalism And Environmentalism (From Environmentalism, Middle Class Radicalism And Politics)
"Christian Patriots" (From The Politics Of Righteousness: Idaho Christian Patriotism)
Who Remains In Movements, And Who Drops Out?
Introduction
Discussion Questions
Generating Commitment Among Students (From Sacrifice For The Cause: Group Processes, Recruitment, And Commitment In A Student Social Movement)
Sustaining Commitment Among Radical Feminists (From Feminist Generations)
Disengaging From Movements (From The Social Psychology Of Protest)
What Do Movement Participants Think And Feel?
Introduction
Discussion Questions
Word Views Of Pro- And Anti-Abortion Activists (From Abortion And The Politics Of Motherhood)
Ideological Purity In The Women's Movement (From Why We Lost The ERA)
The Emotions Of Protest (From The Emotions Of Protest)
How Are Movements Organized?
Introduction
Discussion Questions
Social Movement Organizations (From Resource Mobilization And Social Movements: A Partial Theory)
Organizational Repertoires (From Organizational Repertoires And Institutional Change: Women's Groups And The Transformation Of U.S. Politics, 1890-1920)
Transnational Environmental Activism (From Politics Beyond The State: Environmental Activism And World Civic Politics)
Affinity Groups And The Movement Against Corporate Globalization (From After Seattle)
What Do Movements Do?
Introduction
Discussion Questions
Protest Tactics (From Rules For Radicals)
Tactical Innovation In The Civil Rights Movement (From The Origins Of The Civil Rights Movement)
The Strategic Uses Of Identity In The Lesbian And Gay Movement
Discursive Activism By Catholic Feminists (From Faithful And Fearless: Moving Feminist Protest Inside The Church And Military)
How Do The State And Mass Media Influence Movements?
Introduction
Discussion Questions
The 'Smothering' Allies Of The Nuclear Freeze Movement (From A Winter Of Discontent)
Farmworkers' Movements In Changing Political Contexts (From Insurgency Of The Powerless)
Another Look At Farmworker Mobilization (From Resources and Resourcefulness)
The Media In The Unmaking Of The New Left (From The Whole World Is Watching)
Why Do Movements Decline?
Introduction
Discussion Questions
The Decline Of The Labor Movement (From

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