The first half of this course emphasized three traditions of sociological theorizing that apply to the study of social movement processes and outcomes: resource mobilization theory, political process theory, and frame analysis. Drawing upon as wide a range of both reading and lecture materials as possible, describe these three theoretical traditions in as much detail as possible. Then, after describing each theory, provide examples from specific movement cases – either from the course
readings, lecture examples, or your own reading elsewhere – that support the importance of either resources/organization, political opportunities, or cultural frames. Conclude your essay with a brief discussion of which approach you find most accurate for understanding modern social movements.
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