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Slippery as an Old Banana: Pinning Down Explanations for Social Movement Emergence an Momentum

Originally posted on Mobilizing Ideas:
By Deana Rohlinger ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Doron Shultziner’s article, “The Social-Psychological Origins of the Montgomery Bus Boycott,” provides an important reminder that relational dynamics matter. Whether studying a particular movement…

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Fiction and Social Movements Part 1

I have been fortunate enough to sneak in some for pleasure reading this semester and my book choices have me thinking about fiction and social movements. This topic is not a new one. For example, Larry Isaac (Department of Sociology … Continue reading

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