3 edition of Group consensus and minority influence found in the catalog.
Group consensus and minority influence
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
|Statement||edited by Carsten K.W. De Dreu and Nanne K. De Vries|
|Contributions||Dreu, Carsten K. W. de, Vries, N. K. de|
|LC Classifications||HM1176 .G76 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 324 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||324|
|ISBN 10||0631212329, 0631212337|
|LC Control Number||00050769|
the factors which affect majority and minority influence ; interactions between majority and minority group members ; This book offers a thorough evaluation of the most important current developments within this field and presents consideration of the issues that will be at the forefront of future by: We all know that majority influence is an effective and powerful technique for persuading others to conform. Early research on the influence of the majority by Asch () found that, “when faced against an incorrect majority, an individual will give an answer known to be untrue simply to fit in with the group.” The idea of.
We can conclude that the consistent minority has an even greater influence on the perceptual code of the subjects than it does SHIFTIN THE TABLE VII THRESHOLD PJCRCEPTIONTHE COLOR FOR OF GREEN Experimental group Mean p (One-tailed t Control group Threshold 50 75 25 Mean S.D. S.D. Cited by: Group members modify their opinions to match what they believe is the group consensus. C Group members will never agree if there is a minority influence present.
Majority rule does not require the same level of interaction, and may allow members to keep their beliefs private, if they so choose. Majority rule is a quicker decision-making process. Majority rule is susceptible to abuse by the majority, while groups seeking to reach a consensus may fall victim to groupthink.3/5(1). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: Part 1. Theoretical advancement The value of minority dissent / Charlan Jeanne Nemeth --Context, comparison, and change: methodological and theoretical contributions to a theory of minority (and majority) influence / William D. Crano --A few .
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"the present volume is a good representation of the state of the art when it comes to minority influence and group consensus" Richard M. Sorrentino, University of Western Ontario, APA Review of Books, December Read more.
From the Back : $ Group Consensus and Minority Influence: Implications for Innovation is the work of a group of researchers who came together to discuss and ultimately compile work based on Serge Mascovici’s empirical work Social influence and Social Change ().
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: 1. Group Consensus and Minority Influence: Introduction and Overview / Nanne K. De Vries and Carsten K.W. De Dreu Afterthoughts on Afterimages: A Review of the Afterimage Paradigm in Majority and Minority Influence.
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"the present volume is a good representation of the state of the art when it comes to minority influence and group consensus" Richard M. Sorrentino, University of Western Ontario, APA Review of Books, December Review "the present volume is a good representation of the state of the art when it comes to minority influence and group consensus" Richard M.
Sorrentino, University of Western Ontario, APA Review of Books, December Synopsis. Much research has been directed at understanding how people share opinions, attitudes, norms and behaviour but, until recently, Format: Paperback.
Written by leading social psychologists from around the world, this timely and innovative book brings together different perspectives on the way people influence each other to achieve consensus, to innovate, or do Consensus and Minority Influence (Paperback) Specifications.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons. Book Format: Paperback. Regarding the indirect influence: a) the non-evaluation of the majority consensus favors its impact compared to that obtained by the minority consensus, but b) the evaluation conditions make this. Culture and Media Effects on Group Decision Making under Majority Influence.
influence on the minority and the minority is least. analysis," in Group Consensus and Minori ty Influence. Minority influence takes place when a majority is influenced to accept the beliefs or behaviors of a minority. Minority influence can be affected by the sizes of majority and minority groups, the level of consistency of the minority group, and situational factors (such as the affluence or social importance of the minority).
Abstract. In Novembernine-year old Elian Gonzalez arrived illegally in the United States from Cuba. The efforts of the Cuban American National Foundation (CANF) to prevent Elian Gonzalez from being deported are a testament to the potential impact of a vocal minority upon government decision by: 5.
What this book primarily does is explain how the minority of a group can influence the majority. The author goes about this very systematically, first explaining what groups are, why group membership is important to us, how we react to people in /5(7). Twenty-one European and American researchers contribute their thoughts on a variety of topics relating to minority influence.
The authors grapple such issues as the power of minorities to provide social change; the minorities' capacity to induce divergent thinking; group polarization; the place of historical method and the importance of field study.
This book brings the theory to bear on lines of research in the domain of small group dynamics concerned with changes of group members' positions on an issue, including the formation of consensus and of settled disagreement, via endogenous interpersonal influences, in which group members are responding to the displayed positions of the members Cited by: Minority influence—minority factions within larger groups tend to have influence on overall group decisions.
This influence is primarily informational and depends on consistent adherence to a position, the degree of defection from the majority, and the status and self-confidence of the minority members. LIABILITIES OF GROUP CONSENSUS APPROACH Social pressure – Minority opinions in groups can have little influence on the solution reached, even when these opinions are correct ones.
Reaching agreement in a group often is confused with finding the “right answer.”. Groupthink: #N# What Is Groupthink?#N# #N#. Size Versus Intensity of Majority and Minority Consensus to a Persuasive Message: From the Source of Influence to Its Recipients.
International Review of Social Psychology, Vol. 32, Issue. 1, International Review of Social Psychology, Vol. 32, Issue. Group polarization is said to occur when, after discussion, the attitudes held by the individual group members become more extreme than they were before the group began discussing the topic (Brauer, Judd, & Gliner, ; Myers, ).
This may seem surprising, given the widespread belief that groups tend to push people toward consensus and the Author: Charles Stangor. Study 31 Chapter 8: Group influence flashcards from Frances B. on StudyBlue. Study 31 Chapter 8: Group influence flashcards from Frances B.
on StudyBlue. a group consensus is almost always “riskier” than the average decision made by individuals prior to a group discussion Minority influence. o Consistency.John Levine is Professor of Psychology and Senior Scientist, Learning Research and Development Center, at the University of Pittsburgh.
His current research interests include innovation in work teams, group reaction to deviance and disloyalty, majority/minority influence, conflict and learning, and group processes on the Internet.De Dreu, CKW & Beersma, BMinority dissent in organizational teams: Implications for group innovation.
in CKW De Dreu & NK De Vries (eds), Group consensus and minority influence: Implications for by: 2.