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Social movements and organization theory

Author: Davis, Gerald F. ; McAdam, Doug ; Scott, W. Richard ; Zald, Mayer N. Series: Cambridge studies in contentious politics Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP) 2005.Language: EnglishDescription: p. 434 : Graphs/Ill.ISBN: 0521548365Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Social Movements and Organization Theory Contents Contributors Preface I Creating a Common Framework 1 ORGANIZATIONS AND MOVEMENTS Doug McAdam and W. Richard Scott 2 WHERE DO WE STAND? COMMON MECHANISMS IN ORGANIZATIONS AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS RESEARCH John L. Campbell II Political and Mobilization Context 3 INSTITUTIONAL VARIATION IN THE EVOLUTION OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS: COMPETING LOGICS AND THE SPREAD OF RECYCLING ADVOCACY GROUPS Michael Lounsbury 4 ELITE MOBILIZATIONS FOR ANTITAKEOVER LEGISLATION, 1982-1990 Timothy J. Vogus and Gerald F. Davis 5 INSTITUTIONALIZATION AS A CONTESTED, MULTILEVEL PROCESS: THE CASE OF RATE REGULATION IN AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE Marc Schneiberg and Sarah A. Soule page xi xiii 1 4 41 69 73 96 122 6 FROM STRUGGLE TO SETTLEMENT: THE CRYSTALLIZATION OF A FIELD OF LESBIAN/GAY ORGANIZATIONS IN SAN FRANCISCO, 1969-1973 Elizabeth A. Armstrong III Social Movement Organizations: Form and Structure 7 PERSISTENCE AND CHANGE AMONG NATIONALLY FEDERATED SOCIAL MOVEMENTS John D. McCarthy 8 GLOBALIZATION AND TRANSNATIONAL SOCIAL MOVEMENT ORGANIZATIONS Jackie Smith IV Movements Penetrating Organizations 9 THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS ON ORGANIZATIONS: ENVIRONMENT AND RESPONSES Mayer N. Zald, Calvin Morrill, and Hayagreeva Rao 10 ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AS AN ORCHESTRATED SOCIAL MOVEMENT: RECRUITMENT TO A CORPORATE QUALITY INITIATIVE David Strang and Dong-Il Jung 11 SUBVERTING OUR STORIES OF SUBVERSION Maureen A. Scully and W. E. Douglas Creed V Conclusion 12 SOCIAL CHANGE, SOCIAL THEORY, AND THE CONVERGENCE OF MOVEMENTS AND ORGANIZATIONS Gerald F. Davis and Mayer N. Zald 13 TWO KINDS OF STUFF: THE CURRENT ENCOUNTER OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND ORGANIZATIONS Elisabeth S. Clemens References Author Index Subject Index 161 189 193 226 249 253 280 310 333 335 351 367 417 425

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