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The Social Movement and Collective Action Theory: a review of the conflict of change in Egypt

@article{Iyekekpolo2013TheSM,
  title={The Social Movement and Collective Action Theory: a review of the conflict of change in Egypt},
  author={W. Iyekekpolo},
  journal={Developing Country Studies},
  year={2013},
  volume={3},
  pages={117-121}
}
  • W. Iyekekpolo
  • Published 2013
  • Political Science
  • Developing Country Studies
The social movement and collective action theory provides for likely steps preceding a mass action. This may act as early warning signals for any government to seek corrective measures either positive or negative in order to avert conflict. This paper focuses on the 2011 Egyptian crisis with an analysis of the series of events that led to it and its effect. The paper adopts the Social movement and Collective action theory as espoused by A. Oberschall as a tool in analysing the Egyptian crisis… Expand
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