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What is Social Change & Why is it Important?
Sociologists describe social change as the shift in human interactions that transform the existing cultural and social institutions. These shifts usually occur gradually, developing over time. People are stronger when they come together, not when they’re divided, so the collective energy that builds to propel societal changes is incredibly powerful.
#8 Advocating for a Woman as President In a similar vein, Americans were less likely to vote for a woman for president. It wasn’t until the 70s that a significant majority of Americans said they would consider a candidate who was a woman. In the 2016 election, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton won the popular vote, proving that Americans have faith in women’s leadership.
#3 Normalizing Interracial Marriage
Causes Positive Social Change?
Black Lives Matter movement,
which was born out of America's longstanding police brutality problem, and the bias and corruption in our legal system that prevents perpetrators of violence from being held accountable.
What Is Positive Social Change?
adding the word “positive” simply means that people’s lives are being improved as a result.
even implying the existence of negative social change
The driving forces behind positive social change are ideas and actions with real-world implications.
Positive social change results in the betterment of society, improving human and social conditions.
#1 Decreasing Religiosity
#6 Decreasing Family Size
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