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Last Modified March 22, Creator McClellan, Autumn Affiliation: College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Sociology Abstract Social networking sites and other internet-enabled technologies have had broad-reaching effects on American society, including effects on the nature of participation in social movement activities. Analyses are based on survey data gathered from convenience samples of students at a large public university and from Workers on Amazon. Survey items include indicators of collective identity politicized and autonomous , efficacy self-efficacy, collective efficacy, and tactical efficacy , and motivations intrinsic and extrinsic.

Dissertation abstract: A status theory of collective action

This dissertation offers several unique contributions, including an attempt to measure an autonomous collective identity and introducing the concept of tactical efficacy. This work is the beginning of a research agenda which seeks to better understand the dynamics of online social movements through bringing together theoretical contributions from sociology, political science, psychology, communications, and other disciplines. Parents: This work has no parents. Citations: EndNote Zotero Mendeley.

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Copy link. However, many scholars argue that although it has been successful in protecting forests from degradation, it has not been able to create an inclusive platform for political decision-making process. Using historical analysis, comparative case studies and social network analysis, this research examines the opportunities and barriers to a successful implementation of community forestry program in Nepal.

The results show that when given proper rights and responsibilities, local communities have the potential to successfully protect and manage their resources.

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This research argues for a deeper historical analysis as an essential aspect to evaluate collective action, since it provides a context for existing social, political and economic structures. The results of this study are further used to evaluate the discrepancies of theory of collective action, and provide suggestions for theoretical framework for broader implementation.

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