1.What did “movement’ begin to refer to after the two world wars? What are some examples?
“Movement” began to refer specifically to groups of people coming together to seek political, economic, cultural, but especially social change. For example, the us civil rights, black power, anti-war student, women’s ecology and gay movements promoted a new label: social movements.
2.What are three features of the “new social movements”?
The new social movements frequently rejected or offered revision to the ...view middle of the document...
Therefore, this national-popular image took a different twist, in the rhetoric of anti-colonist and third world struggles aimed against the western nations themselves.
4.What are some examples of “social groups” that resist?
Resistance to the capitalist and capitalism by the industrial working class, women’s resistance to patriarchy; ethic minority resistance to white “cultural imperialism”; children’s resistance to parents’ power; resistance of global “South” to the global “North”.
5. What is “discursive power”?
This is the additional power to the principal types or sources of power.
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6.How do the “conditions of globalization” effect power?
In the condition of globalization the state is forced to cede much of its sovereignty to supranational bodies, while at same time Western states face severe challenges to their unity and conceptions of citizenship “at home”, in the form of struggles by indigenous people, regional movements, stateless nations, and immigrant groups. In addition, power is increasingly viewed as operating in and through all social situations and rel