''lynch mob behaviour can also be explained with the deindividuation theory as it argues that when individuals are part of a relatively anonymous group, they lose their personal identity and hence their inhibitions about violence.''
After a bit more reading I came to this conclusion? Is that correct?
If your exam board is AQA " lynch mobs" has been taken out of the specifaction but if you're not AQA then yes that explanation is correct. In addition to that you could say they also have a diluted sense of guilt because they are nto easily identifiable.
Answered Sat 12th January, 2013 @ 20:51 by Sabrina