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social influence
# Social influence is when the actions or thoughts of individual(s) are changed by other individual(s). Peer pressure is an example of social influence.
any cognitive content held as true
An indisputable truth.
a complex mental state involving beliefs and feelings and values and dispositions to act in certain ways
manner of acting or controlling yourself
Vulnerability to loss resulting from accidental or intentional disclosure, modification, or destruction of information resources.
external messages
messages that come from another person or billboard, not a message from within
A traditional advertising method used to create an acquired response from a target audience based on cumulative impressions and positive reinforcement. These ads are not purchase for the sole purpose generating a click or visitor. They are geared towards increased product or company name awareness and lifelong customers.
human communication that springs from a fundamental desire in people to tell each other what happened through the most expressive and immediate means possible; in dramatic storytelling, the recreation of events and people are portrayed through present action visual and oral performance.
Trend in the arts which seeks to suggest, to evoke subjective and sensory impressions or subtle moods rather then recreating an objective reality.
A person's pattern of living as expressed in his or her activities, interests, and opinions.
the projection of human images into the infinite unknown; or, the expression of religious meaning through stories and symbols.
A reaction against neoclassicism. This early 19th- century movement elevated the individual, the passions, and the inner life. It stressed strong emotion, imagination, freedom from classical correctness in art forms, and rebellion against social conventions.