New Social Movements

@article{Habermas1981NewSM,
  title={New Social Movements},
  author={J. Habermas},
  journal={Telos},
  year={1981},
  volume={1981},
  pages={33 - 37}
}
In the last ten to twenty years, conflicts have developed in advanced Western societies that, in many respects, deviate from the welfare-state pattern of institutionalized conflict over distribution. These new conflicts no longer arise in areas of material reproduction; they are no longer channeled through parties and organizations; and they can no longer be alleviated by compensations that conform to the system. Rather, the new conflicts arise in areas of cultural reproduction, social… Expand
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