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Published by Harvester Wheatsheaf .
Written in English


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StatementMichael A. Hogg.
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Pagination(224)p. ;
Number of Pages224
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Open LibraryOL16772451M
ISBN 100745010636

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1. Introduction. Social groups. Studying the social group. Group cohesiveness. This book The concept of group cohesiveness. Pre-experimental perspectives. Early experimental social psychology. Festinger, Schachter and Back. Transformation of the concept. The social cohesion . Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , Vol. 44, No. 3, Group Cohesiveness, Social Norms, and Bystander Intervention Gregory K. Rutkowski, Charles L. Cruder, and Daniel Romer University of Illinois at Chicago Previous research suggests that the larger a group . The results of social psychology research studying conformity, obedience to authority figures, the power of social roles, bystander apathy, group cohesiveness, prejudice, stereotyping, scapegoating, and . Cohesiveness Definition ohesiveness refers to the degree of unity or “we-ness” in a group. More formally, cohesiveness denotes the strength of all ties that link individuals to a group. These ties can be social or task oriented in nature. Specifically, a group .