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   2011, Vol. 19 Issue (12) : 1730-1740     DOI:
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The Motivational and Organizational Mechanism of Collective Action in Mass Incidents
ZHANG Shu-Wei;WANG Er-Ping
(1Center for Chinese Public Administration Research; School of Government, Sun Yet-sen University,
Guangzhou 510275 China)
(2 Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100101 China)
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Abstract  Mass incidents, which refer to the conflicts between certain civilians and local administrations, are typical collective action (CA) in China. In social psychological field, the motivational mechanism of CA includes research on group relative deprivation, group identity, group-based anger, and group efficacy. Meanwhile, the organizational mechanism of CA includes research on emergent norm, rumor and de-individuation. group-based anger and group efficacy belong to both motivational and organizational mechanism. These psychological factors are expected to be further integrated to discuss and explain mass incidents in China.
Keywords mass incidents      collective action      motivational mechanism      organizational mechanism     
Issue Date: 15 December 2011
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ZHANG Shu-Wei,WANG Er-Ping. The Motivational and Organizational Mechanism of Collective Action in Mass Incidents[J]. , 2011, 19(12): 1730-1740.
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