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Mob Mentality: how people are influenced by their peers to
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Mob Mentality, Mass Hysteria, & Bystander Effect
of mob mentality, bystander-effect, or mass hysteria from history, current events, or personal experiences. Explain in detail.
What is a
? A truism is a claim that is so obvious or self-evident as to be hardly worth mentioning.
Think of it as an
: a universal truth.
He who does not learn from the past is doomed to repeat it.
The only think that holds you back is yourself.
You make your own reality.
What fuels a mob? What allows an individual to follow a crowd or stand by and watch, even when they know they are doing something wrong?
May 20th, 2016
2. Continue Intro to The Crucible
3. Anticipation Guide
4. Journal Entry
5. Act I
: social psychological phenomenon that refers to cases in which individuals do not offer any means of help to a victim when other people are present.
unique behavioral characteristics that emerge when people are in large groups. It is often used in a negative sense, because the term “mob” typically conjures up an image of an aggressive, chaotic group of people.
collective delusions of threats to society that spread rapidly through rumors and fear
about individuality and conformity.
May 19th, 2014
Things to think about: Have you ever wanted to get involved in a situation, but didn't because of those around you? Have you ever done something with a group that you would never do alone? How often do you just follow the crowd?