Mgmt 312 presentation di you glob from below

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Mgmt 312 presentation di you glob from below

  1. 1. Presented by Di You MGMT 312 Bucknell University
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  3. 3.   Large informal grouping of individuals/organizations  Focus on specific political or social issues  Carry out, resist or undo a social change  Minimal conditions: Shared ideas and frames  Mechanism for transnational movements: diffusion and brokerage
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  5. 5.   North: unemployment; decrease in job security; unprotected working conditions  South: negative social effects of the neoliberal policies by international organization; force developing countries to make substantial cuts
  6. 6.   The westernization of world  Revolution of technology and science spread the western culture  Resurgence of forms of nationalism, ethnic movements, religious mobilization are reactions of cultural intrusion  Interconnections lead to more conflicts
  7. 7.   The idea actors used to convince people to engage in collective action. Difference between social movements and alliances
  8. 8.   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7JUZOGkw6tQ  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMhLRMOug w8  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBakrZUgbEE
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  10. 10.   Movement for new global justice  Challenge the specifically neoliberal policies  Two version of globalization:
  11. 11.   Ability to develop a common interpretation of reality to nurture solidarity and collective identification  Social movements are different from political participation  Informal networks linking a plurality of individuals and groups
  12. 12.   Airport, train station, metro were closed  City center closed  Keep Certain Italian militants from entering Genoa  More than 2000 people turned back at Italian border
  13. 13.   Globally success included more than 20,000delegates from 105 countries  Buses from Spain; special train from France and Austria; special ship from Greece  No violence  Seek to create a world of equality, social rights and respect of diversity
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  17. 17.   This is a research question….  What would be the evidence to look for, given the definition of social movements that della Porta et al use? Is this a global social movement?
  18. 18.   Framing process is able to link very different actors from different social, political, organizational, and geographical sites.  The master frame “resonate” with the schemas of activists who belong to different sectors of the movements.  The master frame provided the symbolic basis
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  21. 21.  The master framing enables different themes to be interconnected, convincing groups from different countries and/or active on different issues to join a commonstruggle: "The larger the range of the problems covered by a frame, the larger the range of societal groups who can be addressed with the frame and the greater the mobilization capacity of the frame" (Gerhards and Rucht (1992) 580) Conclusion…

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