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Examples of conformity in everyday society include driving on the left side of the road (or the right side depending on the country), greeting other people with a 'hello' when we see them, forming queues at bus stops, and eating with a knife and fork.
There are many different situations where people conform and psychologists have categorised three main types of conformity, including: compliance, identification and internalisation.
In some cases of conformity, a person's desire to fit in with a social group can interfere with the ability to make moral or safe decisions. One example is when a person drinks and drives because friends do it, or because friends assure that person he or she can safely do so.
3 marks. Conformity is an effect of social influence. It occurs when we succumb to real or imagined pressures from other people. The individual would not behave in this way if it were not for the pressure of others.
Conformity is the most common and pervasive form of social influence. It is informally defined as the tendency to act or think like members of a group. In psychology, conformity is defined as the act of matching attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors to group norms.
The persecution of Christians by various Roman regimes: An emperor had been proclaimed a god, and the Christians refused to worship him ie the would not conform to societal norms. The persecution of the Jewish people by the Roman Empire, and by many others throughout history, including Christians (!)
Conformity often hampers personal progress. Bad influences can ruin your chances at success in a variety of ways. Students might find that conformity, for example, leads them to smoke or use drugs against their will because they want to be excepted by their peer group. That can lead to health issues and poor grades.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Conformity is the act of matching attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors to group norms, politics or being like minded. Norms are implicit, specific rules, shared by a group of individuals, that guide their interactions with others.
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