A Durkheimian Theory of Social Movements

@article{Segre2016ADT,
  title={A Durkheimian Theory of Social Movements},
  author={S. Segre},
  journal={International journal of social science studies},
  year={2016},
  volume={4},
  pages={29-47}
}
  • S. Segre
  • Published 2016
  • Sociology
  • International journal of social science studies
This article provides a theory of social movements that draws on Durkheim and network theory. The article maintains that a social movementi¯s success depends on promoting a social (rather than an individual) form of consciousness. Its existence depends on whether there are multiplex links between the leaders and the followers (Durkheimi¯s moral density); and whether its ideological frame resonates with those of other movements, and is not perceived as incompatible with values generally held by… Expand
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