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Revolutions, Social Movements, and Contentious Politics
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Tilly, Charles. 2010. “Revolutions, Social Movements, and Contentious Politics”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


This course should help undergraduates who already have a background in social science and/or modern history to think systematically about contentious politics – processes in which people make conflicting collective claims on each other or on third parties – as they participate in them, observe them, or learn about how they are happening elsewhere. We...

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Collective Behavior/Social Movements
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College 300

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