Social Movements in Advanced Capitalism: The Political Economy and Cultural Construction of Social Activism

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Index
Abeyance structures, 206, 208
Absolute deprivation, 29, 108
Absorption, 172, 173
Achieved statuses, 188
Action mobilization, 149
Advanced capitalism
class structure of power and, 107
gender structure of power and, 118-19
national structures and. See National structures
sociology and, 13-14
state as a reform filter in, 174-75
state as intermediary in, 168-69
in world-system theory, 65
Africa, 65, 66
African-Americans, 53, 122, 123, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 197
Agitation, 22
Alienation, 73
American celebration, 31-32, 33
Anner, John, 134-35
Anomie, 20, 27, 73, 94, 95, 99, 102
Antagonist framing, 42, 190
Antisystemic movements, 69-70
Aristocracy, 12
Aronowitz, Stanley, 76
Ascending hegemony, 66, 67, 76
Ascribed statuses, 188
Audience framing, 42, 190
Autobiographical narrative, 147-48
Bell, Daniel, 15
Benford, Robert D., 42, 44
Berger, Peter, 146, 155
Bernstein, Mary, 53
Block, Fred, 169, 170
Blumer, Herbert, 21-22, 23, 24, 27, 174, 186
Bourgeoisie, 12
Breines, Wini, 206
Canada, 199
Capitalism. See Advanced capitalism; Liberal capitalism
Castells, Manuel, 50, 100-101
Ceremonial behaviors, 22
Chicago School, 15
Circular reaction theory, 22, 23
Citizens, 85, 98
Civic privatism, 81, 93
Civil rights movement, 32, 53, 75, 131, 132, 133, 134
Class. See also Class movements; Class structure of power; Middle class; Working class
colonization and, 85
crisis tendencies and, 80
in Enlightenment, 12
post-Fordism and, 87
in world-system theory, 65-65
Classed state, 170-74, 175
Class habitus, 110
Class models, 165
Class movements
collective identity and, 191
demise of, 123-31
gender movements and, 138-41
racial movements and, 134-35
Class structure of power, 106, 107-12
gender structure of power and, 109, 111, 118-19
racial structure of power and, 109, 111, 113, 114-15, 116

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