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Sociology and Collective Behavior and Social Movements video

Video title: Collective Behavior and Social Movements

Use this Discovering Sociology video entitled Sociology and Collective Behavior and Social Movements to study the concepts of crowds, mobs, and riots, and the problems associated with studying collective behaviour from a sociological perspective.

When people come together for a common cause regardless of social class. Collective behaviour to provoke change.

 

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Sociology and Collective Behavior and Social Movements video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Sociology of Social Movements. Learn about Collective Behaviour and Social Movements. Gain a global perspective on the major methods, theories, and findings in the field of sociology. Learn about Collective Behaviour and Social Movements and the origins of sociology and how the logic of science is used to study human society.
  • Study four models of social organization by Emile Durkheim, Karl Marx, Max Weber, and Gerhard and Jean Lenski.
  • Examine the five major components of culture and see how social inequality exists among social classes, races, genders, and age groups.
  • Study the effect that economic systems have on the workplace, politics and government, family, religion, education, and health and medicine.
  • Witness the global social changes that occur through population growth and urbanization and explore how people seek or resist social change through various forms of collective behavior and social movements.
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