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3. History of the Study of Collective Behaviour (cont’d)

social movements – a more organized, sustained, goal

 oriented force for social change

Kornhauser (1959) – The Politics of Mass Society -  

 the development of mass society theory – that social

 movements attract socially isolated, marginalized people to

 causes

relative deprivation theory – Stouffer (1949) – the importance

 of perceptions of equality

resource mobilization theory – Zald and Ash (1966)

McAdam (1982) – political process theory – an extension

 of Smelser’s theory

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