Frontiers in Social Movement Theory
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Description: Scholars in the area of social action present new theories about this process, fashioning a social psychology of social movements that goes beyond theories currently in use.
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Copyright year: 1992
Publisher: Yale University Press
Publication date: 8/26/1992
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
|List of Contributors|
|Building Social Movement Theory|
|The Social Psychology of Social Movements|
|The Political Context of Rationality: Rational Choice Theory and Resource Mobilization|
|The Social Psychology of Collective Action|
|The Social Construction of Protest and Multiorganizational Fields|
|Collective Identity in Social Movement Communities: Lesbian Feminist Mobilization|
|Sociopolitical Culture and the Persuasive Communications of Social Movement Organizations|
|Master Frames and Cycles of Protest|
|Collective Identity and Activism: Networks, Choices, and the Life of a Social Movement|
|Mentalities, Political Cultures, and Collective Action Frames: Constructing Meanings through Action|
|Conflict, Community, and Mobilization|
|Resource Mobilization versus the Mobilization of People: Why Consensus Movements Cannot Be Instruments of Social Change|
|Communities of Challengers in Social Movement Theory|
|Mobilization, Quiescence, and Consensus|
|Mobilizing Technologies for Collective Action|
|Consensus Movements, Conflict Movements, and the Cooptation of Civic and State Infrastructures|
|When Paradigms Collide: Resource Mobilization Versus Breakdown Theories|
|Normalizing Collective Protest|
|Looking Backward to Look Forward: Reflections on the Past and Future of the Resource Mobilization Research Program|
|Political Consciousness and Collective Action|