Conformity

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What are the types of conformity?
Compliance, internalisation, indentification
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What is compliance
When someone changes there view publicly but disagree privately. The individual changes there view but it is only temporary
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What is internalisation
Changing behaviour to fit in with the group but also agreeing to the views privately. An internal and external change in behaviour
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What is indentification
When someone conforms to the behaviour of a social role. Eg teacher, policeman. However no change in internal beliefs.
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When someone changes there view publicly but disagree privately. The individual changes there view but it is only temporary

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What is compliance

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Changing behaviour to fit in with the group but also agreeing to the views privately. An internal and external change in behaviour

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When someone conforms to the behaviour of a social role. Eg teacher, policeman. However no change in internal beliefs.

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