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What are the different types of collective behavior
described by Locher?
(1) violent/distructive CB
(2) consumer behavior
(3) hysterias
What are some exapmles of the Violent Destructive CB?
mass suicide
mob violence
riots
what is an example of a mass suicide?
heaven's gate
what is an example of mob violence?
crown heights

racist fight against blacks and jews
what is an example of a riot?
May Day Celebration Riots

Sports Celebration riots
What is a celebration Riot?
stictly invoved damage of property & defense against social control
What are some examples of Consumer Collective Beahvior?
craze
panic
fads
what are some examples of a craze?
the beer can collecting craze
the chain letter craze
Stock Market Crash of 1929
What is an example of a Fad?
Hula Hoops
Davey Crocket merchandise
What are some examples of Hysteria?
Physical Hysteria
rumor
Millerian Groups
What is an example of a rumor?
mcdonald's wormburgers
what is an example of physical hysteria?
june bug
what is an example of a millerian group?
william miller and the millerites
what is contagion
theory?
pyschological explanation

believes that the group influences the individual

people thought CB was like a virus
what is emergent norm perspective?
socilizing to norms and reacting to norms given the situation you are in
what is valued-added?
had a list of things that resulted in CB:

STRUCTURAL CONDUCTIVNESS
+
STRAIN
+
GENERALIZED BELIEFS
+
MOBILIZATION
+
SOCIAL CONTROL
=
CB

roots in functionalism
societal explaination: deals with poverty/racial tensions
Which perspective shows different roles in the CB outbreak?
Emergent Norm
What are some roles in the Emergent Norm?
ego involved
concerned
insecure
spectator
exploiters
What are the
individualistic approaches?
no such thing as group behavior
individual important for own acts

CB allows people to follow true inner feelings that they repress in society
who developd contagion?
park, blumer, and Lebon
who developed the emergent norm?
killian and turner
who developed convergence theory?
allport
miller and dollard
hogg and abrams
who developed value added theory?
smelser
Do you think that any average person at some point
in his/her life is likely to participate in some type
of collective behavior?
yes!

fads, hysterias, we all get sucked into them one way or another