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COMMUNICATION DYNAMICS OF CIVIL MOVEMENTS
COMMUNICATION DYNAMICS OF CIVIL MOVEMENTS

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Actors and Agoras of Change: Civil Movements and Their

Communication Dynamic

Introduction

I. A Society of Organisations, Civil Movements and Institutions

1.1. Communities and Organisations - Characteristics and Classification

1.2. Institutions
1.2.1. Formal and Informal Constraints
1.2.2. Institutions and organisations - similarities and differences

1.3. Formal and Informal organisations

1.4. Non-Governmental Organisations

1.5. Civil Movements
1.5.1. Civil Movements - Characteristics
1.5.2. Civil movements and other types of collective action
1.5.3. Civil movements and parties (political organisations)
1.5.4. Civil movements and organisations
1.5.5. Types of civil movements
1.5.6. Subcultures - from communities to civil movements
1.5.7. Subcultures in Bulgaria

1.6 Civil movements in Bulgaria
1.6.1. Environmental movements
1.6.2. Nationalist movements
1.6.3. Internet movements
1.6.4. Social needs - a source of mobilisation
1.6.5. Consumer movements
1.6.6. Political movements
1.6.7. Occupational movements
1.6.8. Gender and culture movements-lifestyle (New Age) movements
1.6.9. Nomadism in Bulgarian movements - seeking an identity

Summary and conclusions

II. CIVIL MOVEMENT THEORIES - SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION EFFECTS

2.1. Outlining concepts of the occurrence of movements
2.1.1. Poverty and deprivation of civil rights-social factors for the occurrence of movements
2.1.2. Cultural symbols - a source of civil mobilisation
2.1.3. The concept of mobilisation through resources
2.1.4. Social strain - a source of mobilisation energy
2.1.5. Political and economic theory of the emergence of civil movements

2.2. The movements from within-organisation, coordination and action 
2.2.1. Enemies and supporters of civil movements
2.2.2. Motivation to participate in civil movements
2.2.3. Horizontalism-for a new society
2.2.4. Stages in the development of civil movements
2.2.5. Leadership in civil movements

2.3. Protest-organisation communication pattern, action
2.3.1. Protest architecture
2.3.2. Protest strategy and tactics 

2.4. Focus on civil movements
2.4.1. Movements as a necessity
2.4.2. The challenges facing civil movements in Bulgaria
2.4.3. Social sensitivity and organised action
2.4.4. We and They
2.4.5. Social networks-platforms for collective topics

Summary and conclusions

III. COMMUNICATION AND CHANGE - MEDIA RIPPLES

3.1. The communication environment-asymmetries and crossborder influences

3.2. Civil movements and media
3.2.1. Global activism for a global network
3.2.2. Alternative or activist media

Summary and conclusions

IV. CONFLICTS. COMMUNICATION DURING A CRISIS: CASCADING EFFECTS

4.1. Risk and communication during a crisis - social scenarios 
4.1.1. The risk - a sign that change is possible
4.2.2. Communication during a crisis
4.1.3. Typology of crises

4.2. Communication of Civil Movements: Cascade Effects during a Crisis
4.2.1. Civil Movements and Social Tension Processes
4.2.2. Cascade Effects
4.2.3. Identification of Social Resonators
4.2.4. Communication in Conflict Zones
4.2.5. Navigation of Cascade Effects
4.2.6. Heuristics of Deductive Reasoning
4.2.7. Crisis Navigation - Working with Movements

Summary and Conclusions

Conclusion

Bibliography

Monographs
Research Papers
Online Sources

Appendix 

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