Social and Institutional Change

  • Heico van der Blonk (Speaker)

    Activity: Participating in or organising an eventParticipation in workshop, seminar, course


    Social movements are a particular form of collective action: collective challenges by people with common purposes in sustained interaction with other actors in an institutional field There are three drivers of social movements: framing, mobilization and opportunity Social movements (may) arise from institutional failures Social movements are important because they challenge current institutions and thus may create institutional innovations
    Event typeCourse
    LocationGroningen, NetherlandsShow on map


    • social change
    • institutional change
    • social movements