Study Cards on movements, social, decision-making
- Being more concerned with 'equality of life' issues than with social advancements.
- subscribe to a common ideology.
- they tend to have organizational structures that stress decentralization and participatory decision-making.
The emergence of new social movements is widely seen as evidence of the fact that power in postindustrial societies is increasingly dispersed and fragmented.
New movements diffuse power more effectively by resisting bureaucratization and developing more spontaneous and decentralized forms of organization.
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