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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ekaterina Avakova
The Role of Urban Social Movements in the Formation of Civic Culture
Sociology
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
The study examined the strategies of social movements to attract citizens to participate in collective activities. With the help of the conducted qualitative research, it was revealed that the types of collective activity and strategies for attracting citizens to participate in them differ depending on the goals that the social movement puts before itself. The use of qualitative methodology for conducting the research made it possible to identify the reasons for the choice of strategies, but the results of the study can not be extended to all Moscow social movements, due to method limitations. The information obtained can be the basis for conducting quantitative studies of the prevalence of these strategies among social movements in Moscow. It is also worth noting that to study the formation of civil culture, the method of longitudinal study can be used to reveal which strategies are more effective.

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