Social Influence

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Reasons we obey
Buffers and Legitimate authority and gradual commitment
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Resisting Conformity
Prior commitment(twofaced) and desire to maintain individuality
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Reasons for conformity
Informative social influence -Sheriff and normative social influence-Asch
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Obedience
Result of social influence, when somebody acts in response to direct order from authority figure - Milgram
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Conformity
A change of behaviour or belief as a result of real or imagined group pressure (minorty yeilding to majority)
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Resisiting obedience
Questioning legitimacy and disobedient models
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Types of Conformity
compliance and internalisation
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Locus of control
How much control you feel that you have over your life. internal and external
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Research to support L.O.C
+Shute -Holland
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How minority encourage change
consistant, similar. - snowball effect, social crypto amnesia
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Research to support how minority encourage change
maas et al gay minortiy asked straight for help - no help vice versa -Mascovia different slides of blue called them green
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Prior commitment(twofaced) and desire to maintain individuality

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Resisting Conformity

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Informative social influence -Sheriff and normative social influence-Asch

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Result of social influence, when somebody acts in response to direct order from authority figure - Milgram

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A change of behaviour or belief as a result of real or imagined group pressure (minorty yeilding to majority)

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