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Debra C Minkoff
SOC 347
Seattle Campus

National Social Movements: Current Trends and Explanations

Introduction to theory and research on a specific form of social movement: national-level collective mobilizations organized for political change. Emphasizes how political, organizational, and cultural factors shape social movement emergence and development. Focuses on American activism, New Left, women's movements, the abortion conflict, gay/lesbian activism, and Central American Peace movement.

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Last Update by Debra C Minkoff
Date: 12/13/2002