Social Mobilization
Social mobilization (community enlistment) is a route that raises vigilance and motivates people to demand change or a careful progress. It is used by community movements at grassroots groups, governments and civil society organizations to achieve a particular goal, and in most cases, the process of social mobilization takes place in large gatherings, such as processions, demonstrations, marches and mass meetings. Communities that take charge of their own recovery will make informed decisions, reach sustainable solutions, and achieve better results faster, while at the same time enhancing their solidarity and capacity to undertake development initiatives.
The population is mobilized to participate in their own benefitted activities (both male and female) for income generation by applying different methods.
Grassroots mobilization is when a group of individuals in a particular community come together to organize for social, political, ecological or economic change in order to make enhance the quality of their lives or the lives of others.
Mass mobilization (also known as social mobilization or popular mobilization) refers to mobilization of civilian population as part of contentious politics. Mass mobilization is often used by grassroots-based social movements, including revolutionary movements, but can also become a tool of elites and the state itself.
Currently, social media outlets play an integral role in social mobilization. It is easier to organize and disseminate social mobilization due to huge followings on social media. The Internet is an important political tool used to organize and implement mass mobilization efforts.

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