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Introduction
1. The concept of "mass social movements" in modern sociology and social psychology
2. Reasons for the formation of mass social movements
3. The role of mass social movements in the life of society
Conclusion
References
It is often possible to observe how processes arise in society related to the collective actions of people who are not part of organizations and are not united in social groups. These collective actions, whether passive or extremist, unconscious or rational, are a special kind of social process called social movements.
Like manifestations of collective behavior, social movements often occur during periods of rapid social change. Both collective behavior and social movements can trigger social change, because both occur outside the framework that makes up our daily lives and break through our habitual and ordered social structures. Of course, there is a very important difference between collective behavior and social movement. Collective behavior is characterized by spontaneity and lack of internal structure, while social movements, on the contrary, are characterized by a significant degree of internal order and purposefulness. It is this organizational capacity that allows social movements to challenge official institutions. Therefore, sociologists view social movement as a more or less persistent and organized attempt on the part of a relatively large mass of people to introduce changes or, on the contrary, to prevent the introduction of changes. All these provisions determine the social significance of this work.
Many domestic and foreign scientists (G. M. Andreeva, E. M. Babosov, E. Durkheim, S. G. Koshkina, N. Smelzer, S. S. Frolov, P. Shtompka, etc.) studied the problem of mass social movements. In the works of these and other authors, the general concept of mass social movements, their typology, theories and reasons for the creation and influence on the development of society were studied. The scientific significance of this work is due to the need to generalize knowledge about mass social movements.
The aim of the study is to study mass social movements, their generating factors and roles.
The object of research is mass social movements as an object of sociological and socio-psychological research.
The subject of the study is the causes and role of mass social movements.
Objectives of the study:
1. To characterize the concept of "mass social movements" in modern sociology and social psychology.
2. Analyze the reasons for the formation of mass social movements.
3. Consider the role of mass social movements in the development of society and the individual.
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