Social Change MindMap

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Social Change MindMap von Mind Map: Social Change MindMap

1. Dimensions and sources of change

1.1. The organization of the book

1.2. The Nature of social change

1.3. Conceptualizations of Social Change

1.4. Sources of Change

2. Theories of Change

2.1. Evolutionary Theories

2.2. Conflict Theories

2.3. Structural-Functional Theories

2.4. Social-Psychological Theories

3. Patterns of Change

3.1. Evolution

3.2. Diffusion

3.3. Acculturation

3.4. Revolution

3.5. Modernization

3.6. Industrialization

3.7. Urbanization

3.8. Bureaucratization

4. Spheres of change

4.1. The Family

4.1.1. The changing functions of the American family

4.1.2. Current Trends

4.1.3. Divorce

4.1.4. Sexual revolution

4.2. Population

4.3. Stratification

4.4. Power Relations

4.5. Education

4.6. The Economy

5. Duration of Change

5.1. Duration of Change from a Historical Perspective

5.2. Transitory Social Changes

5.3. Fads and Fashion

5.3.1. Fads

5.3.2. Fashion

5.3.3. Lifestyles

5.3.4. Social class and lifestyles

5.3.5. Counter-cultural lifestyles

5.3.6. The oneida community

5.3.6.1. Economic communism

5.3.6.2. Mutual criticism

5.3.6.3. Complex marriage

5.4. Cults

5.4.1. The Ghost dance cult

5.4.2. The Cargo cult

6. Reactions of change

6.1. Social Stimulants

6.1.1. Desire for prestige

6.1.2. Contact

6.1.3. Friendship obligations

6.1.4. Social class

6.1.5. Authority

6.1.6. The problem with "Fit"

6.1.7. Timing

6.1.8. Participation in Decision Making

6.1.9. Competition

6.2. Psychological Stimulants

6.2.1. Motivations to change

6.2.2. Perceived needs

6.2.3. Communication Patterns

6.2.4. Attitudes

6.2.5. Personal Influence

6.3. Cultural Stimulants

6.3.1. High- and Low-Context Cultures

6.3.2. Cultural Integration

6.4. Economic Stimulants

6.4.1. Perception of economic advantage

6.4.2. cost

6.4.3. Vested interests

6.5. Resistance to Change

6.6. Social Barriers

6.6.1. Vested interests

6.6.2. Status interests

6.6.3. social class

6.6.4. Ideological resistance

6.6.5. Group solidarity

6.6.6. Authority

6.6.7. Fear of the unfamiliar

6.6.8. Forms of rationalization

6.6.9. Organized opposition

6.7. Psychological Barriers

6.7.1. Habit

6.7.2. Motivation

6.7.3. Ignorance

6.7.4. Selective perception

6.7.5. Ineffective communication

6.8. Cultural Barriers

6.8.1. Fatalism

6.8.2. Ethnocentricsm

6.8.3. Norms of Modesty

6.8.4. Cultural Integration

6.8.5. Incompatibility

6.8.6. Motor Patterns

6.8.7. Superstitions

6.9. Economic Barriers

6.9.1. Cost

6.9.2. Perceived profitability

6.9.3. Limited economic resources

7. Impact of Change

7.1. The Social Impact of Technology

7.2. Responses to Change

7.3. Social Change and Social Disorganization

7.4. Unintended Consequences

7.5. Coping with Change

8. Costs of change

8.1. Economic Costs

8.1.1. Economic growth

8.1.2. Environmental costs

8.1.2.1. Air pollution

8.1.2.2. Water Pollution

8.1.2.3. Climate modification

8.1.2.4. Toward modernity-the costs of transition

8.2. Social Costs

8.3. Psychological Costs

9. Strategies of Change

9.1. Targets, agents, and methods of planned social change

9.2. Violence

9.3. Nonviolence and Direct Action

9.4. Social Movements

9.5. Law and Social Change