Conformity is a natural product of social process

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Unformatted text preview: Conformity is a natural product of social process. if we all did our own little thing and did whatever we wanted society wouldn't exist.. It is also a fact that conformity is much easier than standing alone because it is much harder for one person to voice their opinion than a group of people. One point that needs to be made is the fact that without conformity it would be impossible for a community to exist and without community we wouldn't have society. Group, compliance, consistency, accord, these are different meanings for conformity, another would be pack. Think about it, a pack animal, wolves, hyena, these are pack animals. well guess what, we are also animals (mammals to be precise) we are pack animals. From the first humans evolved from the apes, Homo Erectus were a pack animal, then they continued to evolve and eventually became what we are today. The animals above are in packs because they need the protection of others or they need to be in a large group to catch and kill other animals. packs because they need the protection of others or they need to be in a large group to catch and kill other animals....
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This note was uploaded on 06/25/2011 for the course MRKT 201 taught by Professor Lugo during the Spring '11 term at Middlesex CC.

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