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CHAPTER 10 #1

SOCIAL INFLUENCE

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SOCIAL INFLUENCE The effects of the presence or actions of others, either real or imagined, on the way people think, feel and behave.
GROUP is any collection of two or more people who interact with and influence one another and who share a common purpose.
COLLECTIVE (or aggregate) to describe such a gathering of people who have minimal direction interaction.
STATUS The importance of an individual's position in the group, as perceived by members of the group.
POWER An individual's (or group's) ability to control or influence the thoughts, feelings or behaviour of another person (or group).
SOCIAL POWER When power is involved in a social interaction, it is often described as social power.
Created by: ebony.odonohue