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CHAPTER 17 Section 1:Collective Behavior Section 2:Social Movements Collective Behavior and Social Movements.

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1 CHAPTER 17 Section 1:Collective Behavior Section 2:Social Movements Collective Behavior and Social Movements

2 SECTION 1 Question: What are some examples of the various types of collective behavior? Collective Behavior

3 SECTION 1 Collective Behavior Types of Collective Behavior mass hysteria fashion fads rumors urban legends public opinion panics (moral panics) riots mobs Crowds (casual, conventional, expressive, acting)

4 SECTION 2 Question: What characteristics of social movements? Social Movements

5 SECTION 2 Social Movements TypeDescription and Example Reactionary Conservative Revisionary Revolutionary try to prevent a type of social change and return society to a past way of being; often use fear and violence; example: Ku Klux Klan try to protect prevailing values from what are seen as threats to those values; example: the religious right try to improve some part of society through social change; usually use legal methods and focus on a single issue; example: women’s suffrage movement seek a total radical change of existing social structure; overthrow existing government and replace it with their own versions; often involve violent or illegal methods; example: the American Revolution SOCIAL MOVEMENTS

6 Chapter Wrap-Up 1.How do collectives differ from social groups? 2.List and describe the four types of crowds identified by Herbert Blumer. 3.What is the difference between fads and fashions? 4.List and give examples of the four types of social movements identified by William Bruce Cameron. 5.Why are the original goals of a social movement sometimes swept aside during the bureaucratization stage of the social-movement life cycle? 6.What do sociologists mean by the term relative deprivation? 7.According to resource-mobilization theory, what kinds of resources are needed for a social movement to be successful? 1.How do collectives differ from social groups? 2.List and describe the four types of crowds identified by Herbert Blumer. 3.What is the difference between fads and fashions? 4.List and give examples of the four types of social movements identified by William Bruce Cameron. 5.Why are the original goals of a social movement sometimes swept aside during the bureaucratization stage of the social-movement life cycle? 6.What do sociologists mean by the term relative deprivation? 7.According to resource-mobilization theory, what kinds of resources are needed for a social movement to be successful? CHAPTER 17


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