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SOC 3422 Week 8

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SOC 3422 Week 8 SOC 3422

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Notes for week 8 of Social Movements
Social Movements
Wade Cole
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sociology, Week 8, soc, Social Movements, SOC 3422
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This 5 page Class Notes was uploaded by Danielle Notetaker on Thursday March 24, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SOC 3422 at University of Utah taught by Wade Cole in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see Social Movements in Sociology at University of Utah.


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Date Created: 03/24/16
Social Movements – Week 8 March 1 and 3 rd2016 Presentations  10-12 minutes long  Presentation Formula o Introduction  What is your question or thesis, why is it interesting? o Roadmap  Provide a very brief overview of what you will cover o Theoretical Framework  Which social movement theories and concepts are relevant to your topic? Be careful to define them correctly o Background  Tell us about the movement o Analysis  Explain how social movement theories and concepts help make sense of your organization or movement  Comparing/contrasting will be important here  Either compare your movement with another movement in the US, a similar movement in another country, or o Conclusion  Wrap it up o If using power point  Make sure fonts are plain and font size is readable  Use bullet points rather than full sentences  Use lots of images accompanied by text if necessary  Don’t clutter slides with too much information  Never read directly from your slides Unions and Occupy  “Seeking Energy, Unions Join Protest Against Wall Street”  Unions Assume A Support Role for Occupy Movement  Occupy Wall Street and Labor Movement Forming Uneasy Alliance  Maritime Unions Oppose Occupy Seattle Port Shutdown  What is the relationship between Unions and Occupy The Civil Rights Movement  Setting the Stage o The Great Migration  Fewer and fewer demands for cotton pickers in the South but there is a booming economy in the North and so very many African American workers moved North to find a better chance economically  In the North these African Americans were able to vote.  Politicians began to listen to what they were saying because of how much of a voice African American voters had o Economic Changes  Decline in cotton economy  Mechanization, competition, etc.  Industrial Labor shortages  WWI and restrictive immigration laws  Economic expansion  Roaring 20’s  Declining strength of white labor  Union membership declines o o o o Immigration   History of Immigration Policy  1820-1880: 75% of immigrants come from Ireland, Germany, and Great Britain  1880-WWI: Increased immigration from Southern and Eastern Europe  1882: Chinese Exclusion Act  1917: Immigration Act o Asiatic Barred Zone o Literacy Provisions  Immigration Act of 1924 o Restricted immigration from Southern and Eastern Europe  Anti-Black Violence o 77 American Cities 1880-1914 o   Rollback o 13 Amendment  Black Codes and Jim Crow th o 14 Amendment  Civil Rights Act of 1875 – Civil Rights Cases (1883)  Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) th o 15 Amendment  Voter disenfranchisement  Consequences o % Vote for Republican Party Candidate, 1922 (Congress)  o Presidential Election Results by County (1860)   


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