Social movements-sociology (PPT)Presentation Transcript
Social Movements DefinedCollective efforts of individual or groupsare organized into social movements toproject social change.Social movements refer to anypersistent, organized, collective effortsto resist existing structures.
• Social movements may also refer to organized collective activities to bring about or resist fundamental change in an existing group or society. Likewise, social movements is defined as “collective enterprises to establish a new order of life”.
Other important SocialMovements• 1. GLOBALIZATION- breaking down of the national barriers so that nations can interact freely with each other.• 2.WOMEN’S MOVEMENTS-women claim the rights as men.• 3. INDUSTRIALIZATION-introduction of power machines and the factory in the manufacture goods.