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Sociology 101 Chapter 7 Study Guide | Arizona State University PST 2018/2019 ,Attempt score_ A According to _____ theory, people perceive and respond to a crowd situation with their own particul... ar (individual) set of norms, which may change as the crowd experience evolves. According to _____ theory, the important phenomenon for researchers to focus on is collective action based on shared interest. _____ theory that revolves around understanding movements as the they relate to politics, identity, culture and social change. ________ movements seek to change something specific about the social structure. Use of social media is a _____ phenomenon. According to _____ theory, the success of a social movement is contingent upon its leaders’ ability to acquire resources and mobilize members. (A/an) _____ is a purposeful, organized group of people who strive to work toward a common social goal. ________ movements seek to completely change every aspect of society. ________ movements are focused on each individual’s self-improvement and limited, specific changes to individual beliefs and behavior. ________ movements seek to prevent or undo specific changes in the social structure. ________ movements are focused on provoking inner change or spiritual growth in individuals. Religious High-risk activism is a _____ phenomenon. Sociologists have developed the concept of ____ to explain how individuals identify and understand social norms and which norms they should follow in any given situation.Term ________ are problems that have to do with the individual and his/her immediate milieu. _______ are located at the social-structural level of society and are thus problems within major social institutions. The social change process begins when a subset of the society’s members interact and decide a problem exists, such that “________.” (A) _______ is a more organized and stable type of group than is (a) _______. (A) _____ is a relatively organized and stable group whose ‘mission’ is to cause change in one or more areas of society. A relatively short-lived and unorganized group of persons who temporarily come together to respond to an emergent social need or transitory event is called a _____. What they do, as a group, is called _______. A crowd of spectators at a sporting event is one example of (a/an) ___________. Fads and fashions are examples of (a/an) ____________. According to the information presented in the video, “How People Power Generates Change”, in order to motivate people to join your social movement, you need to _____. According to Marshall Ganz in the video, “How People Power Generates Change”, at the heart of democracy is a system of ______. According to Rachel LaForest and Madeline Janis in the video, “How People Power Generates Change”, ordinary individuals like us can become part of a change process by __________. In the video, "Online Social Change: Easy to Organize, Hard to Win", sociologist Zeynep Tufekci notes an important difference between today's social movements, which are organized through social media, and social movements that were built before the invention of computers and social media. That difference is _________. In the video, "Online Social Change: Easy to Organize, Hard to Win", sociologist Zeynep Tufekci notes that what enables movements to succeed is their members' capacity to _________. In the video, "Online Social Change: Easy to Organize, Hard to Win", sociologist Zeynep Tufekci asserted it was not true, as was claimed by Malcolm Gladwell, that today's protesters from weaker ties with each other. To support her assertion, Tufekci pointed out that today's protesters come to protests ____________. [Show More]

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