Society wk 3: Social movements and political action

Le Bon (1897)
Group mind; loss of individual identity through anonymity
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Zimbardo (1969), Diener et al. (1980)
Less inhibited, anti-normative behaviour; caused by group size and anonymity
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Allport (1924)
Individualism; rejected group theories; instinct, learning and conditioning theories is what leads to behaviour
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Social identity approaches
Social as well as individual personality
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Reicher (1994)
St Paul's Riots; social identities are what dictate what people do
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Reicher et al.
Elaborated social identity model; has been used to know how to deal with crowd behaviour, shift to a group based identity
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Less inhibited, anti-normative behaviour; caused by group size and anonymity

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Zimbardo (1969), Diener et al. (1980)

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Individualism; rejected group theories; instinct, learning and conditioning theories is what leads to behaviour

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Social as well as individual personality

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St Paul's Riots; social identities are what dictate what people do

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