15b - HOW THINGS ARE RELATED TO GROUPS SOCIAL MOVEMENTS...

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HOW THINGS ARE RELATED TO GROU P S SOCIAL MOVEMENTS ORGANIZED ACTIVITIES THAT ENCOURAGE OR DISCOURAGE SOCIAL CHANGE COLLECTIVE BEHAVIOR ACTIVITIES INVOLVING A LARGE NUMBER OF PEOPLE, OFTEN SPONTANEOUS, AND TYPICALLY IN VIOLATION OF ESTABLISHED SOCIAL NORMS
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COLLECTIVES THEY DIFFER FROM GROUPS COLLECTIVES ARE BASED ON LIMITED SOCIAL INTERACTION INTERACTION IN MOBS IS LIMITED AND TEMPORARY COLLECTIVES HAVE NO CLEAR SOCIAL BOUNDARIES LITTLE SENSE OF UNITY COMPARED TO SOCIAL GROUPS WHOSE MEMBERS OFTEN SHARE A COMMON IDENTITY COLLECTIVES ENGENDER WEAK AND UNCONVENTIONAL NORMS MOBS OFTEN DESTROY AND ACT SPONTANEOUSLY UNCONVENTIONAL AND SPONTANEOUS ACTION
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CROWDS A TEMPORARY GATHERING OF PEOPLE WHO SHARE A COMMON FOCUS OF ATTENTION AND WHOSE MEMBERS INFLUENCE ONE ANOTHER A CASUAL CROWD: PEOPLE ON A BEACH LOOSE COLLECTION OF PEOPLE WHO INTERACT VERY LITTLE A CONVENTIONAL CROWD: A COLLEGE CLASSROOM RESULTS FROM DELIBERATE PLANNING NORMALLY CONFORMING TO CULTURAL NORMS
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