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The Power of the Group. Deindividuation. Represents loss of identity and personal responsibility created by a crowd-make us feel invisible. Usually atypical behavior (behavior not normally seen) Stealing during riots Cyber bullying?. The Social Trap.

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deindividuation
Deindividuation

Represents loss of identity and personal responsibility created by a crowd-make us feel invisible.

Usually atypical behavior (behavior not normally seen)

Stealing during riots

Cyber bullying?

the social trap
The Social Trap

Sometimes individuals behave in unproductive ways because we think others might do so.

the tragedy of the commons
The Tragedy of the commons

A kind of social trap…..

in each group we play a role
In each group we play a role

Ascribed Role

Achieved Role

Ascribed roles are all roles we are naturally assigned.

Achieved roles are all roles we assume voluntarily

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Our roles give us “expected” behavior

Roles allow us to anticipate how others will behave

sometimes roles come into conflict
Sometimes roles come into conflict

Philip Zimbardo

Stanford University

1971

24-students

Experiment scheduled to last 1-2 weeks

Students paid $15 a day

what are groups made of
What are groups made of?

Group Structure

Group Cohesiveness

Roles

Communication

Status gives respect/special privilege

Norms=accepted behaviors (often unspoken)

Deindividuation= Groups can remove “individual responsibility”

Groups give people power

Group members want to remain in group

Members stick together