Social Movement Theories
Social movements are defined by cycles of contention, which are cycles of tension that can span decades and ebb and flow with movement and countermovement wins. Social movement theory outlines four components of social movements: political opportunity, social networks, cultural frames and narratives, and repertoires of contention. Within repertoires of contention there are three categories: constrained, violent, and disruptive.
What This Means for Social Justice Activists & Designers
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