Child Care Social Movement in Ontario

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Essay #: 059209
Total text length is 8,645 characters (approximately 6.0 pages).

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The beginning:
Child Care Social Movement in Ontario
Type of Movement
The child care social movement is based on a conventional understanding of how a political policy is developed and implemented. This type of theory explains the how and why a movement like the child care movement is formed and acted upon. Social movements focus on happenings past and present. There is also resource mobilization where human resources and material resources are mobilized, controlled and shared (Prentice,
n.d
.).
The child care social movement is a mobilization movement that requires planning, coordination of a variety of social networks and a shared provincial consciousness as well as utilization of human resources and material resources. The child care social movement...
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