What are the Main Differences Between Popular Protests

Wednesday December 15, 2021

What are the main differences between popular protests before and after the emergence of social movements in the 18th-19th centuries in countries such as Great Britain and France? Format for this question: Introduction, body, and conclusion. Should be 2 pages double spaced with in text citation. 2. Present two examples (by naming them and with some details) of these emerging social movements of the 18th-19th centuries, by insisting on the ‘repertoire of contentionÂ’ or the types of action they used to protest. This should be 200 words and double spaced. In text citation 3. Explain the links or the relationships between emerging social movements and the building of the modern states in the 18th-19th century. This should be 200 words double spaced. In text citation Use APA format and cite your sources. These are the readings to answer the questions: Tarrow, S. (2011). Modular collective action. In Tarrow, S., Power in Movement: Social Movements and Contentious Politics, 3rd Edition (pp. 37-56). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Tilly, C. (2005). From mutiny to mass mobilization. In Tilly, C., Popular Contention in Great Britain, 1758-1834 (pp. 1-54). London: Routledge. Tilly, C., and Wood, L.J. (2012). Social movements as politics. In Tilly, C. and Wood L.J., Social Movements: 1768-2012, 3rd Edition (pp. 1-15). London: Routledge. You can use other reliable sources as well. The PDF files for these readings will be attached. —- Throughout history, people have been using protests as a way to voice their concerns. Most of these protests were either feudal or democratic. However, in the years preceding the 18th and 19th centuries, while Great Britain had managed to form a parliament, it was not democratic.

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