Social movements often erupt unexpectedly and with little warning when individuals or groups that were previously—at least outwardly—politically quiescent suddenly begin to mobilize. What accounts for such unexpected cycles of social mobilization and protest? Are changing conditions and circumstances (i.e., structural or institutional conditions, power relationships, etc.) essential for movements to erupt, or is mobilization better explained in terms of changes in political consciousness and identities? Provide examples from our readings to illustrate your arguments. I have included some of the resources we used in class if you need anything else please reach out, thank you!