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, Netherlands


  • social change
  • institutional change
  • social movements