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Social Influences

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Josh Smiley

on 26 April 2013

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Transcript of Social Influences

Social Influences Social Influences are known as the processes by which other's affect an individual's perception, attitudes, and actions. Cultural Influences Affect many things about people such as dress, what you eat, how you eat, and how big your personal space is. Cultural truisms are one of the major parts of social
influence and is when we follow what society tells us is true, even without proof. http://oregonstate.edu/instruct/comm321/gwalker/influence.htm

Social Influence Theory Middle East Vs. The United States Vs. India Example: Americans believe that men shouldn't wear legless bottoms. The U.S Vs. Geece Vs. Mongolia South Asia Vs. East Asia Vs. Western Society A norm is a shared idea of a society of how you should behave in society. In Scotland it is socially accepted
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