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Mobilization: An International Quarterly 1 September ; 18 3 : — We advance an understanding of the dynamic relationship between social movements, culture, and change by identifying and illustrating cultural revitalization and fabrication as two important cultural change processes. We also suggest that they are linked to and facilitated by the interpretive processes of frame articulation and elaboration. Analytically, cultural revitalizations and fabrications are the processes to be explained, whereas frame articulation and elaboration are the explanatory mechanisms. Both sets of processes and their intersection are empirically illustrated with a variety of case materials drawn from social and religious movements throughout history, ranging from early Christianity to the contemporary white racialist movement. Sign In or Create an Account. User Tools.
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As the framing perspective has evolved, there has been growing recognition that framing processes cannot be adequately understood apart from the broader enveloping contexts in which those processes occur. One such context recently has been conceptualized as discursive opportunities or the DOS. To date the concept has been examined most closely and carefully in relation to the media, most notably in Koopmans research on how the strategies of the German radical right have evolved partly in response to various media reactions and constraints Koopmans, and in Ferree, Gamson, Gerhards, and Rucht's comparison of abortion discourse in the U. Koopmans provides the most straightforward and researchable conception of discursive opportunities, defining them in terms of three selection mechanisms that affect the probability of a proffered message or framing being picked-up and diffused.
Social movements are purposeful, organized groups that strive to work toward a common social goal. While most of us learned about social movements in history classes, we tend to take for granted the fundamental changes they caused —and we may be completely unfamiliar with the trend toward global social movements. But from the antitobacco movement that has worked to outlaw smoking in public buildings and raise the cost of cigarettes, to political uprisings throughout the Arab world, movements are creating social change on a global scale. Movements happen in our towns, in our nation, and around the world. No doubt you can think of others on all of these levels, especially since modern technology has allowed us a near-constant stream of information about the quest for social change around the world. Chicago is a city of highs and lows, from corrupt politicians and failing schools to innovative education programs and a thriving arts scene.
In theoretical and empirical terms, it contends that the exposure of the local indigenous social movements to global normative mechanisms have shifted local activism, as the world society approach envisages, while framing theory elucidates the manner in which movement-actors are able to interpret and transform the ideas they receive. Contrastingly, it demonstrates how indigenous climate justice activists have also been able to frame their contentions against the prevailing global norms and ideas about climate change. Ferth Vandensteen Manaysay is research associate for Yayasan Peta Bencana, an Indonesia-based non-profit organisation, where he has been supporting the replication of digital humanitarian infrastructures from Jakarta to Manila. Skip to main content Skip to main navigation menu Skip to site footer. References Benford, Robert and David Snow. Bertrand, Jacques.
Social movement theory is an interdisciplinary study within the social sciences that generally seeks to explain why social mobilization occurs, the forms under which it manifests, as well as potential social, cultural, and political consequences. The classical approaches emerged at the turn of the century. These approaches have in common that they rely on the same causal mechanism.
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This study describes the development of a multidimensional conceptual framework that builds on social movement theories to identify key components of CBPR processes.