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    (Original post by Eleonore)
    You can write about Moscovici and then conclude that for a social change being consistent is important,
    There is also the suffragettes, where you can include the steps for social change which are:
    Drawing attention to an issue opposed to the majority
    The role of conflict, when we examine the minority view more deeply
    Consistency
    The argumentation principle, taking risks when putting forward the point of view
    thanks so much what about a02 points??
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    (Original post by studentwiz)
    What are some weaknesses of using an interview?
    Hard to analyse so represent in a graph
    It gives rich data, especially unstructured interviews
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    In implications of social change you can write

    According to Moscivi and Nemeth
    -consistancy (minority should be consistant about their cause)
    -unselfish (no personal gain)
    -being active (by being active minority can make more people aware of their cause)

    Also talk about Van Avermaet Snowball effect people who are influenced by minority will bring their family/friends.

    Zimbardo- the Lucifer effect
    People can be persuaded to do good things step by step

    Disobdience- Ghandi used non violent disobdience in India to build a consensus against British rule.


    Social Cryptoamnesia
    Old views are gradually forgotten as new age develops its own set of rules.

    Link the above information to the topic given in the question.
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    Really not ready for this exam
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    What are peoples predictions then, for today's exam?
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    Okay so if the 12 marker is explain how social influence helps us understand social change, would it be right to write..
    1.Moscovici's study - describe and evaluate it i.e. talking about consistency.
    2. Real life example of consistency e.g. Suffragettes
    3. Explain snowball effect and social cryptoamnesia
    4. Real life example of the snowball effect e.g. the majority used to be white in south africa, now they are a minority

    is this right?!?!?!
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    is there any a02 points for why people resist pressures to conform or obey???????
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    can someone give me an example of identification please
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    (Original post by studentwiz)
    is there any a02 points for why people resist pressures to conform or obey???????
    Use the results from the variations of Asch's and Milgram's study as supporting evidence for the reasons
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    (Original post by anniemp)
    Okay so if the 12 marker is explain how social influence helps us understand social change, would it be right to write..
    1.Moscovici's study - describe and evaluate it i.e. talking about consistency.
    2. Real life example of consistency e.g. Suffragettes
    3. Explain snowball effect and social cryptoamnesia
    4. Real life example of the snowball effect e.g. the majority used to be white in south africa, now they are a minority

    is this right?!?!?!
    Yes that's right! You could also talk about moscovici's other 2 behavioural clarifications which are flexibility and relevance
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    How would you answer "outline and evaluate research relating to independent behaviour"?

    Would you just talk about resisting pressures to conform like:
    -high internal LOC
    -unanimity etc

    and resisting pressures to obey:
    -no authority
    -no legitimate authority
    -seeing the pain we cause

    then back each one up using the variations from Milgram and Asch's study??
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    I laughed at this😂

    Anyway, if all else fails let's all just shock ourselves with 450v and hope for the best!!


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    What is social crypto amnesia? We haven't been taught this


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    (Original post by mollev27)
    What is social crypto amnesia? We haven't been taught this


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    Same
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    Social cryptoamnesia is when the population forget that the thing (EG recycling) was ever a minority idea


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    (Original post by jade_dorrington)
    Social cryptoamnesia is when the population forget that the thing (EG recycling) was ever a minority idea


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    Thank you!


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    I fell asleep so i've done no revision for this exam


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    Can someone please summarise which treatment goes with which approach to abnormality thanks
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    (Original post by sam_xox)
    I laughed at this😂

    Anyway, if all else fails let's all just shock ourselves with 450v and hope for the best!!


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    Thank you ;]


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    hey guys, if you dont write your 12 mark question in paragraphs do you lose any marks?
 
 
 
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