Persuasion and Conformity Response

Persuasion and Conformity Response - Most of the time when...

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Persuasion and Conformity Response In the assigned response I can say that I agree with the other side of the scenario. I would agree that Donnie would be more likely to be persuaded by peer pressures because he wants to fit in with his peers that are at the new school. This response has definitely made me see the scenario differently. Donnie would probably be the better choice on which person that would more likely to be persuaded by his peers, in order to fit in. The strength in this is that Donnie would want to fit in with peers at his new school. Another strength in the explanation is the statement, “
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Unformatted text preview: Most of the time when someone is comfortable in their surroundings, they are confident with who they are and do not let others influence their behavior. The only weakness that I see is that Donnie may not because he will want to stay focused on his studies rather than be involved with his peers and the peer pressures. This side of the scenario has made me rethink the response that I have given. There are really two ways to decide who would be more likely to be persuaded by their peers. This response was an effective explanation that I agree with....
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