The Winds of Change: The Progressive Movement and the Bureaucratization of Thrift

@article{Haveman2007TheWO,
  title={The Winds of Change: The Progressive Movement and the Bureaucratization of Thrift},
  author={Heather A. Haveman and H. Rao and S. Paruchuri},
  journal={American Sociological Review},
  year={2007},
  volume={72},
  pages={117 - 142}
}
This article examines how the values espoused by social movements become entrenched in political culture and spawn many new kinds of institutions, which in turn shape organizations far from movements' original targets. We demonstrate the diffuse and indirect effects of social movements, and also show that the diffusion of social-movement values is often selective—some are retained, while others are discarded. Our empirical site is the Progressive movement and the early thrift industry in… Expand
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