Social movements tend to wax and wane over time.
Social movements tend to wax and wane over time. What do you think could explain this variation? 2. In what way is it plausible to think of social movements as being inimical to democracy, and in what way is it plausible to think of them as being the embodiment of democracy itself? 3. What would you describe as the functions of social movement?
The form of organization that is often put in place is normally quite different from what can be expected in political parties that are already running. In most cases, the movements do not manage to put together a doctrine that clearly spells out how their actions are going to be carried out…………………….