Social Change, Social Revolt And State Response: A Retrospective And Futuristic View
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Social Change, Social Revolt And State Response: A Retrospective And Futuristic View Of The Second Libyan Revolution
Social revolt is a product of the flaws within the state system. It involves essentially a conspiracy by individuals to coordinate their revolt. It can both destroy the system and replace it with a harmonious formation. Social revolt involves in depth, broad based and simultaneous attempts by various groups to transform social relations within the polity. In societies where the mass of the people are sufficiently dissatisfied with the government overtime, there is, usually a strong demand of social change which sometimes may be expressed in a violent revolt. In February 2011, Libyan people against Muammar Gaddafi's four decade autocracy and their urgent desire for a positive transformation DownloadViews: 90

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