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Social influence
Attitudes, perceptons and behaviours which can be influenced by the real/ implied presence of others
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Conformity
A form of social influence where group pressure (real/imagined) results in change of behaviour but not nesessarily attitudes
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Compliance
Conforming with the majority but not really agreeing with them- publically agreeing, privately retaining own beliefs and opinions
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Internalisation
Individual takes on behaviour, attitudes and belief of the majority- group norms become personal norms
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Normative social influence
Basedon the idea to be accepted and liked (conforming- think others will approve)
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Informational social influence
Based on desire to be right. Use other to see the right way to behave and what are the correct opinions to have
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A form of social influence where group pressure (real/imagined) results in change of behaviour but not nesessarily attitudes

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Conformity

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Conforming with the majority but not really agreeing with them- publically agreeing, privately retaining own beliefs and opinions

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Individual takes on behaviour, attitudes and belief of the majority- group norms become personal norms

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Card 5

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Basedon the idea to be accepted and liked (conforming- think others will approve)

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