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Week 3 Social Movements

by: Krista Lindenberg

Week 3 Social Movements SOC 3113

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Social Movements and Social Change
Dr. Huss
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Date Created: 09/02/16
 The moral is about cultivating the sentiment that what we are doing is right  Moral is the booster, the glue, the reinforcement that what we are doing is right.  Moral creates conditions where people pull together.  Moral is built through doing the work, projects, success, creating war stories.  The group that is always doing something joins together by their shared ideologies. Their job is to recruit more members to share their war stories with for the cause too. What we are doing is right, fun and supportive.  The biographies of the individuals are joining together to create the larger history of the group and movement.  The movement becomes a defining piece of the person.  Esprit de Corp: Spirit of the Body  Spirit of the group: we are stronger together  Create group norms of working together.  Beware of strong In-Group/Out-Group dynamic.  Don’t let it become so inclusive that it is exclusive. Don’t create a pack to protect, invite new members into the group.  Tactics emerge from the ideology of the group  Tactics spin directly out of ethics and values  Denuded = non-recoverable  What are the big dreams? Think outside of the box. Rewrite the narrative.  Marx – conflict theory, structural functionalism, social unrest, how societies create social stability in response to French Revolution; school of thought that argues against legitimacy of system; open conflict vs. one person dominating; points out that a minority is in power. o Egalitarian: equal political and social power  Worked until material items emerged and people accrued stuff, causing them to settle and create divisions of labor. When you have surplus you can gain authority and power. Get enough surplus, you can create an army, dynasty, monarchy….  typically there is a minority controlling class struggle over means of production o Slavery: slave owner controls means of production (i.e. the slaves and their labor) o Feudal: quasi-legal system: god  king  Noble man  Serfs are bound to the land, which the royalty owns. Under the feudal system the means of production is the land. o Industrial: Means of production is mechanical power over human power. Not open conflict, the group controlling the people was/is the Capitalist. Wealth = owning factories and machines. Criminal Justiceces Cultural Super Structure Religio n GOV Famil Educatio y n Economic Relations Infrastructure False Consciousness: we adopt and alight with false values; shadow form of social control Government Corporations Politically Inert Populace Movement CounterMovement Conflict Conflict for control at top


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