Collective behavior
The expression collective behavior was first used by Robert E. Park (1921), and employed later by Herbert Blumer (1939), Ralph Turner and Lewis Killian (1957), and Neil Smelser (1962) to refer to soci...
Social movement
Social movements are a type of group action. They are large, sometimes informal, groupings of individuals or organizations which focus on specific political or social issues. In other words, they carr...
ParoleWatch
ParoleWatch was a website that provided public access to data on convicted felons in New York State who were coming up for parole review. The project's aim was to let citizens "communicate their views...
Piłsudskiite
A Piłsudskiite (Polish: Piłsudczyk) was a supporter of Poland's Marshal Józef Piłsudski, founder of the World War I-era Polish Legions and the first Chief of State of the Second Republic of Poland...
World Brotherhood Colonies
World Brotherhood Colonies are an idea for self-sustaining spiritual communities envisioned by Paramahansa Yogananda, the Indian yogi and author of Autobiography of a Yogi and founder of Self-Realizat...
European Movement Germany
European Movement Germany is a non-partisan network of interest groups in the field of EU politics in Germany. It cooperates closely with all EU stakeholders on a national and European level, most par...
No Border network
The No Border Network (In the United Kingdom also called "No Borders Network" or "Noborders Network") refers to loose associations of autonomous organisations, groups, and individuals in Western Europ...
The Making of a Counter Culture
The Making of a Counter Culture: Reflections on the Technocratic Society and Its Youthful Opposition is a work of non-fiction by Theodore Roszak originally published in 1969.Roszak "first came to publ...
Slapton, Devon
3°39′W / 50.300°N 3.650°W / 50.300; -3.650 Slapton is a village in Devon, England. It is located near the A379 road between Kingsbridge and Dartmouth, and lies within the Sout...
Richard Warman
Richard Warman is an Ottawa-based lawyer who is active in human rights law. Warman worked for the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC) from July 2002 until March 2004. He is best known as the prima...
Beatrice Long Visitor Holy Dance
Beatrice Long Visitor Holy Dance is a Native American spiritual elder who is a member of the Oglala Lakota Tribe and comes from the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Beatrice has gained internat...
Inclusion (disability rights)
Inclusion is a term used by people with disabilities and other disability rights advocates for the idea that all people should freely, openly and without pity accommodate any person with a disability ...
Veggies of Nottingham
Veggies of Nottingham, also known as Veggies Catering Campaign, is a campaigning group based in Nottingham, England, promoting ethical alternatives to mainstream fast food. It does this by hosting eve...
Hunt Saboteurs Association
The Hunt Saboteurs Association (HSA) is an organization that uses direct action to stop the hunting of animals. HSA activists use a model of leaderless resistance and have been using the same basic t...
New Age Gaian
Gaianism (also referred to as Gaian Religion, with an offshoot termed "New Age Gaian") is an earth-centered philosophical, holistic, and spiritual viewpoint that shares expressions with various religi...
Incident at Oglala
Incident at Oglala is a 1992 documentary by Michael Apted, narrated by Robert Redford. The film documents the murder of two Federal Bureau of Investigation agents, Jack R. Coler and Ronald A. William...
Friendly Society
A friendly society (sometimes called a mutual society, benevolent society, fraternal organization or ROSCA) is a mutual association for the purposes of insurance, pensions, savings or cooperative bank...
Daigo Fukuryū Maru
Daigo Fukuryū Maru (第五福龍丸, S.S. Lucky Dragon 5) was a Japanese tuna fishing boat, with a crew of 23 men, which was exposed to and contaminated by nuclear fallout from the United States' Castle Bra...
Animal Rights Hall of Fame
The Animal Rights National Conference has been organized since 2000 by the Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM).FARM was also responsible for an earlier series of annual conferences, named Action For Li...
Freeganism
Freeganism is the practice of reclaiming and eating food that has been discarded. Freegans and freeganism are often seen as part of a wider "anti-consumerist" ideology, and freegans often employ a ran...
The Greening of America
The Greening of America is a 1970 book by Charles A. Reich. It is a paean to the counterculture of the 1960s and its values. Excerpts first appeared as an essay in the September 26, 1970 issue of Th...
Tobin tax
A Tobin tax, suggested by Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences Laureate economist James Tobin, was originally defined as a tax on all spot conversions of one currency into another. The tax is int...
James Wesley Rawles
James Wesley, Rawles (born 1960) is an American author, best known for his survivalist-genre Patriots novel series, which have achieved bestseller status on the New York Times list. Rawles is a former...
1% (South Park)
"1%" is the twelfth episode of the fifteenth season of the American animated television series South Park, and the 221st episode overall. It first aired on Comedy Central in the United States on Novem...
Nicky Hoffman Lee
Nicky Hoffman Lee is a co-owner of The Naturist Society LLC, which is, since 2002, a woman owned business. She started working at TNS in April 1985 and has done every job from the mailroom to network ...
Genoa Social Forum
The Genoa Social Forum is a coalition of movements, political parties and societies opposed to capitalist globalisation. It was created in 2000, a year before the scheduled 27th G8 summit in Genoa in...
Slow programming
The slow programming movement is part of the slow movement. It is a software development philosophy that emphasises careful design, quality code, software testing and thinking. It strives to avoid klu...
Direct democracy in Oregon
The U.S. state of Oregon is one of the many states in the United States that has direct democracy in the form of initiatives and referendums. Oregon residents introduced this system in 1902 with a ...
Men's Divisions International
MDI (formerly known as Men's Divisions International) is a mutual benefit not-for-profit organization that has been active in the United States and Canada since 2000. The organization's focuses are o...
Greater Hungary (political concept)
Hungarian irredentism is a broad umbrella term consisting of irredentist and pan-nationalist political ideas. The idea is associated with Hungarian revisionism. Its main goal is to restore the pre-WW1...
Joy Bale Boone
Joy Bale Boone (October 29, 1912 – October 3, 2002) is best known for her career in poetry and devotion to the arts. She was also active in the women's liberation movement throughout her life. Althoug...