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How Demagogues Spawn Systems of Oppression & Violence

PREJUDICE + POWER = OPPRESSION
(Prejudiced Beliefs + Discriminatory Acts + Power Structure Dominance = Societal Systems of Oppression)
A Formula to Help Unravel the Dynamics & Intersectionality of
Prejudice |  Privilege |  Supremacism |  Bigotry |  Denigration |  Discrimination |  Power |  Oppression
Dualism |  Scapegoating |  Demonization |  Conspiracism |  Dehumanization |  Demagoguery
Aggression |  Apocalyptic Aggression |  Segregation |  Ethnoviolence |  Slavery |  Expulsion |  Genocide

Bibliography: Social Movement Theories

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Introductory Overview

Davis, J., ed. 2002. Stories of change: Narrative and social movements. Albany, New York: State University of New York Press.

Ewick, P., and S. S. Silbey. 1995. Subversive stories and hegemonic tales: Toward a sociology of narrative. Law & Society Review 29 (2): 197-226.

Gamson, William. A. [1975] 1990. The Strategy of Social Protest, Second edition. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing.

Gamson, William. A. 1995. "Constructing Social Protest." Social Movements and Culture, ed. Hank Johnston and Bert Klandermans. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.

Gibson, J. W. 1994. Warrior dreams: Paramilitary culture in post-Vietnam America . New York: Hill and Wang.

Kittrie, Nicholas N. 1995. The War Against Authority: From the Crisis of Legitimacy to a New Social Contract. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

_____. 2000. Rebels With a Cause: The Minds and Morality of Political Offenders. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

McCarthy, John D., and Mayer N. Zald. 1977. “Resource Mobilization and Social Movements: A Partial Theory.” American Journal of Sociology , vol. 82, no. 6, May, pp. 1212–1241.

McAdam, Doug. 1985. Political Process and the Development of Black Insurgency, 1930–1970. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Originally published 1982.

Oberschall, Anthony. 1973. Social Conflict and Social Movements. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

Polletta, Francesca. 1998. “Contending Stories: Narrative in Social Movements.” Qualitative Sociology 21(4):419-446.

Snow, David A., E. B. Rochford, Jr., S. K. Worden, and Robert D. Benford. [1986] 1997. “Frame Alignment Process, Micromobilization, and Movement Participation.” Pp. 211–228 in Social Movements: Perspectives and Issues, edited by Steven M. Buechler and F. Kurt Cylke, Jr. Mountain View, Calif.: Mayfield Publishing.

McAdam, Doug and David Snow 1997. "Introduction," Social Movements: Readings on Their Emergence, Mobilization, and Dynamics, ed. Doug McAdam and David Snow. Los Angeles: Roxbury Publishing Company.

Williams, Rhys H. 1994. “Movement Dynamics and Social Change: Transforming Fundamentalist Ideology and Organization,” Pp. 785-833 in Accounting for Fundamentalisms, edited by Martin E. Marty and R. Scott Appleby. Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press.





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