Move­ment collapse

TagLast edit: 16 Jun 2021 8:41 UTC by EA Wiki assistant

Movement collapse is the process that causes social or intellectual movements to become extinct or otherwise destroys their potential.


Aird, Michael (2020) Collection of EA analyses of how social social movements rise, fall, can be influential, etc., Effective Altruism Forum, March 26.
Many additional resources on this topic or related topics.

Baron, Rebecca (2019) Movement collapse scenarios, Effective Altruism Forum, August 27.

Sempere, Nuño (2019) Why do social movements fail: two concrete examples, Effective Altruism Forum, October 4.

Related entries

building effective altruism | social and intellectual movements | value drift | value of movement growth

Move­ment Col­lapse Scenarios

rebecca_baron27 Aug 2019 10:07 UTC
128 points
32 comments9 min readEA link

Why do so­cial move­ments fail: Two con­crete ex­am­ples.

NunoSempere4 Oct 2019 19:56 UTC
95 points
15 comments8 min readEA link

Long-Term In­fluence and Move­ment Growth: Two His­tor­i­cal Case Studies

Aron_Vallinder13 Dec 2018 19:03 UTC
57 points
5 commentsEA link

Kerry Vaughan: Move­ment de­vel­op­ment II

EA Global28 Aug 2015 8:37 UTC
6 points
0 comments1 min readEA link
No comments.