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    I've heard conflicting answers:

    Consistency, flexibility and commitment.

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    Consistency, augmentation principle, drawing attention to the issue and the role of conflict.

    Which one is correct?
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    They're both the same.

    Consistency - same beliefs over a period of time.

    Commitment - demonstrating dedication to their cause. The augmentation principle is when majority members start to pay attention due to this ("wow, he's really dedicated to his belief to I'm going to consider his view)

    Flexibility - More effective if Minority shows their ability to adapt their point of view and accept reasonable and valid counter-arguments.

    you then have snowball effect and cryptoamnesia
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    (Original post by Findlay6)
    They're both the same.

    Consistency - same beliefs over a period of time.

    Commitment - demonstrating dedication to their cause. The augmentation principle is when majority members start to pay attention due to this ("wow, he's really dedicated to his belief to I'm going to consider his view)

    Flexibility - More effective if Minority shows their ability to adapt their point of view and accept reasonable and valid counter-arguments.

    you then have snowball effect and cryptoamnesia
    thank you for the clarification! it's just that I stated consistency, commitment and flexibility once before and my teacher marked it wrong... so I was confused.
 
 
 
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