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ERIC Number: EJ041640
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1971
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Conflicting Theories of Social Change
Coleman, James S.
American Behavioral Scientist, 14, 5, 633-650, May 71
Seeing the goal of directed social change as an increase in control over the conditions of existence, or, alternately, as an expansion of resources, a major distinction between theories of social change emerges--those which start with changes in the social conditions in which individuals find themselves versus those which start with changes in individuals. (Author/MB)
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