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The Resource Collective behavior and social movements

Collective behavior and social movements

Label
Collective behavior and social movements
Title
Collective behavior and social movements
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UkLiU
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Curtis, Russell L
  • Aguirre, Benigno E
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  • Collective behavior
  • Social movements
  • Social movements
Label
Collective behavior and social movements
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Pt. 1. Introductory Overview -- Article 1. The field of collective behavior -- Article 2. The nature of collective behavior -- Article 3. A gaming approach to crowd behvior -- Article 4. Resource mobilization and social movements : a partial theory -- Article 5. Social problems as collective behavior -- Article 6. Neglected characteristics of collective behavior -- Article 7. Collective behavior : the elementary forms -- pt. 2. Precipitating conditions -- Article 8. Capitalist resistance to the organization of labor before the New Deal : why? how? success? -- Article 9. Social movement in organization : coup d'etat, insurgency, and mass movements -- Article 10. Panic at 'The who concert stampede' : an empirical assessment -- Article 11. The dialectics of resistance : an analysis of the GI movement -- Article 12. On participation in political protest movements -- Article 13. Relative deprivation and social movements : a critical look at twenty years of theory and research -- pt. 3. Early mobilization -- Article 14. Social movements and network analysis : a case study of nineteenth-century women's reform in New York State -- Article 15. The collective behavior of fads : the characteristics, effects, and career of streaking -- Article 16. A test of some propositions about crowd formation and behavior -- Article 17. Victory celebrations as theater : a dramaturgical approach to crowd behavior -- Article 18. Organization, rationality and spontaneity in the civil rights movement -- pt. 4. Organizational arrangements of collective behavior and social movements -- Article 19. Social movements : an analytical exploration of organizational forms -- Article 20. Thoughts on a neglected category of social movement participant : the agent provocateur and the informant -- Article 21. The structure of belief systems among contending ERA activists -- Article 22. Leader-member conflict in protest organizations : the case of the Southern farmer's alliance -- Article 23. The ideology of a therapeutic social movement : Alcoholics anonymous -- Article 24. The mobilization of paid and volunteer activists in the Neighborhood movement -- Article 25. The consequences of professionalization and formalization in the Pro-choice movement -- Article 26. Social networks and social movements : a microstructural approach to differential recruitment -- Article 27. Stable resources of protest movements : the multi-organizational field -- Article 28. Insurgency of the powerless : farm worker movements (1946-1972) -- pt. 5. Movement environments and responses -- Article 29. Black southern student sit-in movement : an analysis of internal organization -- Article 30. Protest and the problem of credibility : uses of knowledge and risk-taking in the Draft resistance movement of the 1960's -- Article 31. Origins and evolution of a social movement strategy : the Rent strike in New York City, 1904-1980 -- Article 32. Activists and asphalt : a successful Anti-expressway movement in a "New South city" -- Article 33. The conventionalization of collective behavior in Cuba -- Article 34. Back to the future : adult political behavior of former student activists -- Article 35. Social movement continuity : the Women's movement in abeyance
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xi, 446 pages
Isbn
9780205145331
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Label
Collective behavior and social movements
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Pt. 1. Introductory Overview -- Article 1. The field of collective behavior -- Article 2. The nature of collective behavior -- Article 3. A gaming approach to crowd behvior -- Article 4. Resource mobilization and social movements : a partial theory -- Article 5. Social problems as collective behavior -- Article 6. Neglected characteristics of collective behavior -- Article 7. Collective behavior : the elementary forms -- pt. 2. Precipitating conditions -- Article 8. Capitalist resistance to the organization of labor before the New Deal : why? how? success? -- Article 9. Social movement in organization : coup d'etat, insurgency, and mass movements -- Article 10. Panic at 'The who concert stampede' : an empirical assessment -- Article 11. The dialectics of resistance : an analysis of the GI movement -- Article 12. On participation in political protest movements -- Article 13. Relative deprivation and social movements : a critical look at twenty years of theory and research -- pt. 3. Early mobilization -- Article 14. Social movements and network analysis : a case study of nineteenth-century women's reform in New York State -- Article 15. The collective behavior of fads : the characteristics, effects, and career of streaking -- Article 16. A test of some propositions about crowd formation and behavior -- Article 17. Victory celebrations as theater : a dramaturgical approach to crowd behavior -- Article 18. Organization, rationality and spontaneity in the civil rights movement -- pt. 4. Organizational arrangements of collective behavior and social movements -- Article 19. Social movements : an analytical exploration of organizational forms -- Article 20. Thoughts on a neglected category of social movement participant : the agent provocateur and the informant -- Article 21. The structure of belief systems among contending ERA activists -- Article 22. Leader-member conflict in protest organizations : the case of the Southern farmer's alliance -- Article 23. The ideology of a therapeutic social movement : Alcoholics anonymous -- Article 24. The mobilization of paid and volunteer activists in the Neighborhood movement -- Article 25. The consequences of professionalization and formalization in the Pro-choice movement -- Article 26. Social networks and social movements : a microstructural approach to differential recruitment -- Article 27. Stable resources of protest movements : the multi-organizational field -- Article 28. Insurgency of the powerless : farm worker movements (1946-1972) -- pt. 5. Movement environments and responses -- Article 29. Black southern student sit-in movement : an analysis of internal organization -- Article 30. Protest and the problem of credibility : uses of knowledge and risk-taking in the Draft resistance movement of the 1960's -- Article 31. Origins and evolution of a social movement strategy : the Rent strike in New York City, 1904-1980 -- Article 32. Activists and asphalt : a successful Anti-expressway movement in a "New South city" -- Article 33. The conventionalization of collective behavior in Cuba -- Article 34. Back to the future : adult political behavior of former student activists -- Article 35. Social movement continuity : the Women's movement in abeyance
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xi, 446 pages
Isbn
9780205145331
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n

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