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Social and Cultural Movements in Antebellum America
Republican Motherhood/Cult of Domestic…
Factory workers in lowell
Women's movement
Seneca Falls Convention 1848
Idea that women did have a vital role to play as wives and mo…
Children and women were the majority of workers; Irish immigr…
Lead by middle class women... promoted legal and educational rig…
Led by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott... called for ri…
Republican Motherhood/Cult of Domestic…
Idea that women did have a vital role to play as wives and mo…
Factory workers in lowell
Children and women were the majority of workers; Irish immigr…
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Social And Cultural Movements In Antebellum America
Lowell Textile Mills (Massachusetts)
Seneca Falls Convention
Dorothea Dix
The Second Great Awakening 1800-1830
- Relied heavily on a labor force of women and children... - Maj…
- Organized and led by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mo…
- Worked to change the treatment of people with mental and em…
- Wave of religious enthusiasm... - Played an important role in…
Lowell Textile Mills (Massachusetts)
- Relied heavily on a labor force of women and children... - Maj…
Seneca Falls Convention
- Organized and led by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mo…
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Social and Cultural movements in Antebellum America
The cult of Domesticity/ Republican mo…
factory workers in lowell
characteristics of the women's movement
Seneca Falls convention 1848
the concept of "republican motherhood" advanced the idea that…
During the 1820s and 1830s, the majority of workers in the te…
Led by middle-class women, promoted educational rights, had c…
Led by Elizabeth cody stanton. declaration of sentiments and…
The cult of Domesticity/ Republican mo…
the concept of "republican motherhood" advanced the idea that…
factory workers in lowell
During the 1820s and 1830s, the majority of workers in the te…
Social and Cultural Movements in Antebellum America
The Cult of Domesticity/ Republican Mo…
Factory Workers in Lowell
The Seneca Falls Convention, 1848
The Second Great Awakening
Women could not vote, serve juries, or preform other civic ta…
The majority of workers in textile mills of Massachusetts wer…
Organized and led by Elizabeth cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott…
A wave of religious enthusiasm led by Charles Finney and Lyma…
The Cult of Domesticity/ Republican Mo…
Women could not vote, serve juries, or preform other civic ta…
Factory Workers in Lowell
The majority of workers in textile mills of Massachusetts wer…
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APUSH: Social and Cultural Movements in Antebellum America
Republican Motherhood
Lowell
Seneca Falls Convention
Dorothea Dix
Idea that women had a vital role to play within the new repub…
Factory workers in the textile mills of _____, Massachusetts…
1848. Organized and led by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucreti…
Worked to reform treatment of people with mental and emotiona…
Republican Motherhood
Idea that women had a vital role to play within the new repub…
Lowell
Factory workers in the textile mills of _____, Massachusetts…
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APUSH EXAM REVIEW- Social and Cultural Movements in Antebellum America
What role did women play in the new Re…
What kind of labor did Lowell, MA, fac…
Which kind of workers replaced women i…
What were the characteristics of the W…
Republican motherhood; involved in raising their children in…
Women and children
Irish immigrants
Led by middle class women; promoted a broad based platform of…
What role did women play in the new Re…
Republican motherhood; involved in raising their children in…
What kind of labor did Lowell, MA, fac…
Women and children
AP American History Midterm (Social and Cultural Movements in Antebellum America)
The Second Great Awakening
Who was William Lloyd Garrison?
Who was Frederick Douglass?
Who was Sarah Moore Grimke?
a wave of religious enthusiasm, making Americans aware of the…
founder of the American Anti- Slavery Society.
the most prominent black abolitionist, believe in equal right…
first women to publicly support both abolition and women's ri…
The Second Great Awakening
a wave of religious enthusiasm, making Americans aware of the…
Who was William Lloyd Garrison?
founder of the American Anti- Slavery Society.
Antebellum Social Reform Movements
2nd Great Awakening--Problem (Cause)
2nd Great Awakening--Solution
2nd Great Awakening--Results
Temperance--Problem
-Lack of religious faith
-Belief that one could be saved if they helped others... -"Reviv…
-More Americans became Christians... -Some people started to hel…
-Heavy drinking
2nd Great Awakening--Problem (Cause)
-Lack of religious faith
2nd Great Awakening--Solution
-Belief that one could be saved if they helped others... -"Reviv…
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5APUSH AP Exam: Social and Cultural Movements in Antebellum America (1800s)
Cult of Domesticity/Republican Motherh…
Factory Workers in Lowell
Characteristics of Women's Movement
Seneca Falls Convention (1848)
American women couldn't vote, serve on juries, perform other…
In first half of nineteenth century, textile mills relied hea…
Led by middle-class women. Promoted a broad platform of legal…
Organized and led by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott…
Cult of Domesticity/Republican Motherh…
American women couldn't vote, serve on juries, perform other…
Factory Workers in Lowell
In first half of nineteenth century, textile mills relied hea…
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Antebellum Period of Social Reform Movements
Second Great Awakening
Whitney- 1793
Fulton- 1807
Deere- 1837
1820's-1830's Period in which some revivalists attempt to rea…
Cotton Gin- increase need for slaves in south; "King Cotton"…
Steam boat; quicker/ easier transportation
Steel plow; allows tilling of midwest plains- new "Breadbasket"
Second Great Awakening
1820's-1830's Period in which some revivalists attempt to rea…
Whitney- 1793
Cotton Gin- increase need for slaves in south; "King Cotton"…
Unit 7: Antebellum Social, Cultural, & Technological Progress
This invention on rails made land tran…
This invention allowed cotton fibers t…
John Deere's invention enabled America…
This invention allowed ships to move u…
The steam locomotive
The cotton gin
Steel plow
Steam boats & steam ships
This invention on rails made land tran…
The steam locomotive
This invention allowed cotton fibers t…
The cotton gin
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Social Cultural Movements
The Birth of Nation
Consumer Movement
Education
Environmental Movement
One of the first classic full-length "moving-pictures," it gl…
to fight against unfair business practices, consumers united…
A formal process of learning in which some people consciously…
Efforts by citizens at the grassroots level to demand that po…
The Birth of Nation
One of the first classic full-length "moving-pictures," it gl…
Consumer Movement
to fight against unfair business practices, consumers united…
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Cultural, Social Movements (--ism)
Enlightenment
Rationalism
Pragmatism
Social Darwanism
ideals such as liberty, progress, tolerance, fraternity, cons…
"politics of reason" centered upon rational choice, utilitari…
the concept that the truth of any idea was to be tested, abov…
idea that humans, like animals and plants, compete in a strug…
Enlightenment
ideals such as liberty, progress, tolerance, fraternity, cons…
Rationalism
"politics of reason" centered upon rational choice, utilitari…
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Social and Cultural Movements & Groups
Pre Columbian Native Cultures
The Great Awakening
Enlightenment
Cult of Domesticity
Environment shaped culture; plains natives were nomadic, chin…
Revival of religion throughout the colonies, led to a rebirth…
Cultural belief in science and reason, growing beliefs in the…
Social belief of the early 19th century that women were best…
Pre Columbian Native Cultures
Environment shaped culture; plains natives were nomadic, chin…
The Great Awakening
Revival of religion throughout the colonies, led to a rebirth…
Social and cultural movements of the 80s
Black power movement -
Malom X
Stokely Carmichael
Black panther Party
reflected a new radicalism some African Americans ... -different…
-member of group called NATION OF ISLAM... -believed white peopl…
-coined the term black power ... -to some simply meant taking pr…
-Bobby Scale and Huey newton... -sought to create institutions a…
Black power movement -
reflected a new radicalism some African Americans ... -different…
Malom X
-member of group called NATION OF ISLAM... -believed white peopl…
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Culture/Deviance/socialization/social movements
Cultural Relativism
Counterculture
culture
Deviance
the practice of judging a culture by its own standards
cultural patterns that strongly oppose those widely accepted…
the ways of thinking, the ways of acting, and the material ob…
the recognized violation of cultural norms
Cultural Relativism
the practice of judging a culture by its own standards
Counterculture
cultural patterns that strongly oppose those widely accepted…
Social and Cultural Movements of the 1960's
Black Power Movement
Civil Rights Movement
Malcolm X
Black Panther Party 1966
A way of getting their rights by violence
A way of getting their rights by non violence. Legal Equality…
Black Power Movement leader. Belonged to a group named "natio…
Carried around weapons openly and made themselves seem tough.…
Black Power Movement
A way of getting their rights by violence
Civil Rights Movement
A way of getting their rights by non violence. Legal Equality…
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US S8O3 - Social Reform Movements in Antebellum America (Part Two)
Temperance Movement
Dorothea Dix
Horace Mann
Catherine Beecher
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
person responsible for creating homes for the mentally ill an…
American Reformer; Promoted free public education for all chi…
Fought for and supported women's higher education (college)
Temperance Movement
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
Dorothea Dix
person responsible for creating homes for the mentally ill an…
Culture/Deviance/socialization/social movement
Achieved Status
Ascribed Status
Counterculture
Culture
A social position a person takes on voluntarily that reflects…
A social position a person receives at birth or takes on invo…
Cultural patterns that strongly oppose those widely accpeted…
The ways of thinking, the ways of acting. Values, beliefs, be…
Achieved Status
A social position a person takes on voluntarily that reflects…
Ascribed Status
A social position a person receives at birth or takes on invo…
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(3) Social and Cultural movements of the 1960s
Black pride
afro hair style
soul music
soul food
culture
identity
rhythm and blues like gospel
chicken fried steak
Black pride
culture
afro hair style
identity
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APUSH: Jimmy Carter and Social/Cultural Movements
Human Rights Diplomacy
Panama Canal
Camp David Accords
Iran/Hostage Crisis
Carter appoints black Andrew Young as ambassador to United Na…
new treaty to gradually allow transfer operation and control…
peace settlement between Egypt and Israel; Carter invites pre…
Islamic fundamentalists led by Khomeini overthrow the shah, d…
Human Rights Diplomacy
Carter appoints black Andrew Young as ambassador to United Na…
Panama Canal
new treaty to gradually allow transfer operation and control…
Quiz 4 "CULTURE/DEVIANCE/SOCIALIZATION/SOCIAL MOVEMENTS"
Achieved Status
Ascribed Status
Counterculture Cultural
Culture
A social position a person takes on voluntarily that reflects…
A social position a person receives at birth or takes on invo…
patterns that strongly oppose those widely accepted within a…
he ways of thinking, the ways of acting, (values, beliefs, be…
Achieved Status
A social position a person takes on voluntarily that reflects…
Ascribed Status
A social position a person receives at birth or takes on invo…
APUSH Social/ Cultural Movements 1865- Present
The Birth of a Nation
Consumer Movement
Education
Environmental movement
...
...
...
...
The Birth of a Nation
...
Consumer Movement
...
12/5- Social & Cultural movements of the 1960s
Who was most associated with the "Blac…
What did "black power" mean to come pe…
Nation of Islam
Most famous black power organization?
Malcolm X
Racial & cultural pride
american version of muslim religion
Black panther party.
Who was most associated with the "Blac…
Malcolm X
What did "black power" mean to come pe…
Racial & cultural pride
Soc Chapter 15 Culture Behavior and Social Movements
social change
stages of social change
collective behaviour
crowd
how culture and social institutions change overtime, populati…
hunting and gathering, agriculture, industrial, post industrial
any social interaction in which a group of people engages in…
large group of people gathering for a temporary purpose
social change
how culture and social institutions change overtime, populati…
stages of social change
hunting and gathering, agriculture, industrial, post industrial
Culture/Deviance/Socialization/Soc Movements Terms
Achieved Status
Ascribed Status
Counterculture
Deviance
A social position a person takes on voluntarily that reflects…
A social position a person receives at birth or takes on invo…
Cultural patterns that strongly oppose those widely accepted…
The recognized violation of cultural norms
Achieved Status
A social position a person takes on voluntarily that reflects…
Ascribed Status
A social position a person receives at birth or takes on invo…
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APush Intellectual/Social/Cultural Movements: 1870s - 1914 (1)
Which of the following did turn-of-the…
The major point of difference between…
Edward Bellamy and Henry George shared…
The Supreme Court decision in the case…
realistic urban scenes.
the need for immediate equality for blacks and whites.
the nation's material progress had not been accompanied by so…
"Separate but equal."
Which of the following did turn-of-the…
realistic urban scenes.
The major point of difference between…
the need for immediate equality for blacks and whites.
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APush Intellectual/Social/Cultural Movements: 1870s - 1914 (2)
In a country hungry for news, American…
The Chautauqua movement was?
Which of the following became a major…
In Plessy v. Ferguson, the Supreme Cou…
became sensationalist.
an educational movement utilizing lectures and sermons.
Frank Lloyd Wright.
states could pass laws separating people on the basis of race…
In a country hungry for news, American…
became sensationalist.
The Chautauqua movement was?
an educational movement utilizing lectures and sermons.
62 terms
Economic Turning Points, Political Parties and Groups; Social/Cultural Movements & Groups
Salutary Neglect (1600s_1754)
Creation of the Bank of the US (1789)
Post War of 1812 Economic Boom (1816)
Panic of 1819
A period of economic growth in the US during which the Britis…
Hamilton's plan most notably called for a national bank (aka…
In conjunction with Henry Clay's 'American System' economic n…
The first economic downturn in US history; following the War…
Salutary Neglect (1600s_1754)
A period of economic growth in the US during which the Britis…
Creation of the Bank of the US (1789)
Hamilton's plan most notably called for a national bank (aka…
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Ch. 10.5: Culture, Demographic Change, and Social Movements
Birth Rate
Total Fertility Rate
Mortality Rate
Growth Rate
Births in a year per thousand people
Expected number of children per woman in her lifetime
Deaths in a year per thousand people
Population change over a period of time
Birth Rate
Births in a year per thousand people
Total Fertility Rate
Expected number of children per woman in her lifetime
COMMC Case Studies in Media, Culture & Social Change (FB, Movements & Military)
Normative Theories of Journalism
Libertarianism
Professionalization
Social Responsibility
Libertarianism... Professionalization... Social Responsibility
press should not be licensed, controlled, or overseen by the…
press has an obligation to promote the truthfulness, clarity,…
strikes a balance between libertarianism and government pater…
Normative Theories of Journalism
Libertarianism... Professionalization... Social Responsibility
Libertarianism
press should not be licensed, controlled, or overseen by the…
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[US History II] Day 5.2: Teacher's Quizzes - Intellectual/Social/Cultural Movements: 1870s - 1914
"The Birth of the Nation" portrayed bl…
turn-of-the-century American artists t…
Booker T. Washington
W. E. B. Du Bois
black men (some played by white actors in blackface) as UNINT…
realistic urban scenes
* American educator, author, orator, and advisor to president…
* sociologist, historian, civil rights activist, Pan-Africani…
"The Birth of the Nation" portrayed bl…
black men (some played by white actors in blackface) as UNINT…
turn-of-the-century American artists t…
realistic urban scenes
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analyze the role of culture and the arts in the 19th and 20th century movements for social and political change
How did the movement of naturalism dif…
What is republican motherhood?
Explain the social reform of the benev…
Romantic movement
American realism was a style in art, music and literature tha…
The idea that the primary role of american women was to insti…
A broad campaign of moral and instituional reforms inspired b…
Romanticism can be seen as a rejection of the precepts of ord…
How did the movement of naturalism dif…
American realism was a style in art, music and literature tha…
What is republican motherhood?
The idea that the primary role of american women was to insti…
30 terms
Unit #6: Antebellum Reform Movements
Temperance Movement
Abolitionist Movement
Penal and Asylum Reform Movement
Transcendentalism
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
An international movement that between approximately 1780 and…
the establishment of hospitals, better prison conditions, juv…
A philosophy pioneered by Ralph Waldo Emerson in the 1830's a…
Temperance Movement
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
Abolitionist Movement
An international movement that between approximately 1780 and…
23 terms
U S 1 Antebellum Reform Movements;jaywarner
Temperance Movement
Abolitionist Movement
Penal and Asylum Reform Movement
Transcendentalism
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
An international movement that between approximately 1780 and…
the establishment of hospitals, better prison conditions, juv…
A philosophy pioneered by Ralph Waldo Emerson in the 1830's a…
Temperance Movement
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
Abolitionist Movement
An international movement that between approximately 1780 and…
20 terms
Antebellum
Compromise of 1820
Compromise of 1850
Fugitive Slave Act
Popular Sovereignty
an effort to preserve the balance of power in Congress betwee…
abolished the slave trade in the District of Columbia
law that provided for harsh treatment for escaped slaves and…
concept that a States people should vote whether to be a slav…
Compromise of 1820
an effort to preserve the balance of power in Congress betwee…
Compromise of 1850
abolished the slave trade in the District of Columbia
Unit #6: Antebellum Reform Movements
Temperance Movement
Abolitionist Movement
Prison and Asylum Reform Movement
Transcendentalism
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
An international movement that between approximately 1780 and…
the establishment of hospitals, better prison conditions, juv…
A philosophy pioneered by Ralph Waldo Emerson in the 1830's a…
Temperance Movement
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
Abolitionist Movement
An international movement that between approximately 1780 and…
Unit #6: Antebellum Reform Movements
Temperance Movement
Abolitionist Movement
Penal and Asylum Reform Movement
Transcendentalism
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
An international movement that between approximately 1780 and…
the establishment of hospitals, better prison conditions, juv…
A philosophy pioneered by Ralph Waldo Emerson in the 1830's a…
Temperance Movement
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
Abolitionist Movement
An international movement that between approximately 1780 and…
22 terms
Antebellum Reform Movements
Temperance Movement
Abolitionist Movement
Penal and Asylum Reform Movement
Transcendentalism
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
An international movement that between approximately 1780 and…
the establishment of hospitals, better prison conditions, juv…
A philosophy pioneered by Ralph Waldo Emerson in the 1830's a…
Temperance Movement
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
Abolitionist Movement
An international movement that between approximately 1780 and…
30 terms
Unit #6: Antebellum Reform Movements
Temperance Movement
Abolitionist Movement
Penal and Asylum Reform Movement
Transcendentalism
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
An international movement that between approximately 1780 and…
the establishment of hospitals, better prison conditions, juv…
A philosophy pioneered by Ralph Waldo Emerson in the 1830's a…
Temperance Movement
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
Abolitionist Movement
An international movement that between approximately 1780 and…
27 terms
Unit #6: Antebellum Reform Movements
Temperance Movement
Abolitionist Movement
Penal and Asylum Reform Movement
Transcendentalism
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
An international movement that between approximately 1780 and…
the establishment of hospitals, better prison conditions, juv…
A philosophy pioneered by Ralph Waldo Emerson in the 1830's a…
Temperance Movement
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
Abolitionist Movement
An international movement that between approximately 1780 and…
24 terms
Antebellum Reform Movements
Temperance Movement
Abolitionist Movement
Prison/ Asylum Reform Movement
Second Great Awakening
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
A movement between 1780 and 1890 that condemned slavery as mo…
the establishment of hospitals, better prison conditions, juv…
A religious movement that swept the nation in the 1800s. It h…
Temperance Movement
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
Abolitionist Movement
A movement between 1780 and 1890 that condemned slavery as mo…
Unit 6: Antebellum Reform Movements
Temperance Movement
Abolitionist Movement
Penal and Asylum Reform Movement
Transcendentalism
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
An international movement that between approximately 1780 and…
the establishment of hospitals, better prison conditions, juv…
A philosophy pioneered by Ralph Waldo Emerson in the 1830's a…
Temperance Movement
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption.
Abolitionist Movement
An international movement that between approximately 1780 and…
7 terms
SC SS 8-4.1 Agriculture in Antebellum SC (Cause & Effect)
Cause: In 1793 Eli Whitney invented th…
Cause: Cotton could be planted in the…
Cause: Although planting cotton eventu…
Cause: A profit incentive encouraged f…
Effect: SC planted more cotton to increase profits and became…
Effect: The elites of the Lowcountry were less fearful of los…
Effect: The need for new lands played into southern arguments…
Effect: Farmers produced too much cotton.
Cause: In 1793 Eli Whitney invented th…
Effect: SC planted more cotton to increase profits and became…
Cause: Cotton could be planted in the…
Effect: The elites of the Lowcountry were less fearful of los…
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Antebellum America
Nationalism
Monroe Doctrine
Industrialization
Transportation
A strong feeling of pride in and devotion to one's country
A statement of foreign policy which proclaimed that Europe sh…
The development of industries for the machine production of g…
The process by which passengers or goods are moved or deliver…
Nationalism
A strong feeling of pride in and devotion to one's country
Monroe Doctrine
A statement of foreign policy which proclaimed that Europe sh…
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SC SS 8-4.1 Agriculture in Antebellum SC
antebellum
paternalism
reapportion
task system
a period that comes before a major war, especially the Americ…
a "father-like" attitude towards others based on a belief tha…
to reassign or redistribute resources or political power in a…
allowed a measure of independence for slaves by providing the…
antebellum
a period that comes before a major war, especially the Americ…
paternalism
a "father-like" attitude towards others based on a belief tha…
Growth of Antebellum and American Reform Movements~Danny Langston
Susan B. Anthony
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Horace Mann
Seneca Falls Convention
a leading figure, in the abolitionist and women's voting righ…
held the first Woman's Rights Convention
An education reformer that served in the House Of Representat…
The first women's rights convention held in Seneca Falls, New…
Susan B. Anthony
a leading figure, in the abolitionist and women's voting righ…
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
held the first Woman's Rights Convention
26 terms
Antebellum Reform Movements Review
1845 Abolitionist... Social reformer, abo…
1831 Abolitionist... Editor of a radical…
1837 Abolitionists... Sisters who reject…
Abolitionist... Formed temperance unions…
Fredrick Douglass
William Lloyd Garrison
Sarah and Angelina Grimke
Lyman Beecher
1845 Abolitionist... Social reformer, abo…
Fredrick Douglass
1831 Abolitionist... Editor of a radical…
William Lloyd Garrison
social movements
List 4 characteristics of a social mov…
Social movements always involve at lea…
What is WUNC, who made up the term?
4 types of social movements?
Collective, public, sustained, challenge
Activists, Authorities, Community
Worth x Unity x Numbers x Commitment = Strength. (Charles Til…
Grass roots, Interest-Group, Party-Oriented, and Guerilla mod…
List 4 characteristics of a social mov…
Collective, public, sustained, challenge
Social movements always involve at lea…
Activists, Authorities, Community
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