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What were the social movements of the 1980's?
The social movements mostly focused in finding treatment for AIDS which was discovered in the 1980's, people held rallies to pressure the government into finding a cure for AIDS. The 80's also was a time of indulsterial advancment and this caused events with employment. Also with the fall of the Soviet Union, people encouraged right wing policies, Gay rights were more accepted in the US and rallies occurred towards the actions that lead to the end of the Cold War. The last thing is that international companies moved most of their operations to foreign countries that supplied much wealth to the corperations until it stalled in the 1990's.
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The Second Wave of Feminism was big in the 60's and 70's.
A social movement that resists some social change
what are the types of social movements in sociology
In sociology proactive social movements are initial social movements that are created in order to change society.Reactive social movements are the resistance to the proactive …social movements.
Grab a dictionary and look it up you lazy.
the most extreme social movement that involves pursueing goals or spinning utopia.
One of the social movements of the the 2K is the green movement. Although it is fairly new it is still present almost everywhere, from cars to pets and everything in between.
A highly destructive one known as the Counterculture Movement. Contrary to the answer above the hippie movement was very peaceful and destructive was not a characteristic. S…ome dramatic events did occur like Kent State but Woodstock is still the record holder for the largest peaceful gathering.
Reaganomics. Illegal drugs.
People, goods, and ideas moving from one place to another.
Immigration Reform Movement
the way people do things
Movement in social studies is a term used to convey a social event or era that brought about change. For example THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT changed they way African Americans w…ere treated.
All of these choices are social movements
They attempted to apply Christian ethics to social problems.
Movement - the moving of people, ideas, information and products around the world