1500 March During Occupy San Diego


1500 March During Occupy San Diego

San Diego Union Tribune -- It’s too early in the movement for it to be that organized, said Casey Dominguez, associate professor of Political Science at the University of San Diego.

“That is the characteristic problem of a social movement, defining its goals when there is no leader and where opponents and media are in a game of trying to define the movement at the same time the movement is,” she said. “In our fast-paced media culture they’ve gone to protest first, the question is will the media lose interest before the organization can form to generate a list of goals.” (Full Story)


Casey Dominguez, PhD, is a professor of political science at the University of San Diego. 

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