Social Influence

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Identification
a person changes their attitude or behaviour to fit into a group for a long time but can eventually revert back
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Compliance
a person is influenced to achieve a reaction of reward or approval but when alone they have their own views
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Internalisation
a person changes their attitude or behaviour permanently in their own value system
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Informational social influence
a result of a desire to be right by copying others
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Commitiment
the extent that members of a minority are dedicated to the subject
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Consistency
when the same view is expressed over time and is agreed amongst members
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Flexibility
being able to compromise when expressing a view on a subject or issue
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Minority Influence
a form of social influence where members of the majority change their beliefs or behaviours by persuasion of a minority
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Normative Social Influence
Conforming with the ideas of the majority to gain approval
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Obedience to authority
an action in response to a direct order from a figure with viewed authority
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Social Roles
Behaviours expected of someone in a social position or status
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Agentic State
When someone sees themself as an agent for carrying out someone's wishes
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a person is influenced to achieve a reaction of reward or approval but when alone they have their own views

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Compliance

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a person changes their attitude or behaviour permanently in their own value system

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a result of a desire to be right by copying others

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the extent that members of a minority are dedicated to the subject

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