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What is Compliance?
This is a type of conformity, formed from Normative Social Influence. Conforming with the majority but not agreeing with them. PUBLIC ACCEPTANCE AND PRIVATE REFUSAL. This is for the desire to be liked and the behavior is often temporary.
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What is Internalisation?
This is a type of conformity, formed from Informational Social Influence. This is conforming with the majority because you have accepted their point of view. This is PUBLIC ACCEPTANCE AND PRIVATE ACCEPTANCE. This behavior is often permanent.
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What is Gradual Commitment?
This is when the participants firstly preform a harmless task, which then increases each time and they carry on for the desire to be consistent. Volts went up 15 each time, up to 450V.
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What are Buffers?
This protects people from having to see the consequences of their actions.
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What is meant by Legitimate Authority?
We respect peoples authority and power and assume they know what they're doing. Experiment changed to block of offices - 47.5% and orders of telephone - 20.5%.
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What is Agency Theory?
1) Autonomous State - Believe what we do is down to our own actions and we take responsibility for them. 2) Agent - Instructions of others and we believe what we do is not our responsibility. The move from Autonomous to Agent is the agentic shift.
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This is a type of conformity, formed from Informational Social Influence. This is conforming with the majority because you have accepted their point of view. This is PUBLIC ACCEPTANCE AND PRIVATE ACCEPTANCE. This behavior is often permanent.

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