The Social Movements Reader is an extensive collection of the key classic and contemporary readings on the origins, organization, dynamics, and effects of social movements.
- Contains 33 concise essays by leading scholars on the origins, organizations, influences, and development of social movements.
- Collects both classic and contemporary readings on social movements.
- Provides several case studies including articles on labor, civil rights, women, the environment, religion, and politics.
- Includes editorial introductions, chronologies, and definitions of key terms to give further insight and direction.
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