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  1. relative deprivation
  2. fashion
  3. Structural Strain Theory
  4. Gossip
  5. craze
  1. a a gap between what people have and what they think they should have compared with other people in society
  2. b 6 macro-level conditions that encourage or discourage collective behavior:
    -social conditions such as expressing a grievance and having other people with the same problems
    -when a social system is bad and interferes negatively with people's everyday lives
    -people begin to see a situation as a wide-spread problem
    -some incident or behavior triggers an event and inspires action
    -leader who encourages agitation
    -opposing groups try to repress or interrupt those advocating for social change
  3. c a standard of appearance that enjoys widespread but temporary acceptance within a society
  4. d a fad that becomes an all-consuming passion for many people for a short time
  5. e rumors, often negative, about other people's lives

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a collective flight, typically irrational from a real or perceived danger
  2. the presentation of info to influence people's opinions or actions
  3. wide-spread attitudes on a particular issue
  4. a form of collective behavior that spreads rapidly and enthusiastically but lasts a short time
  5. a large and organized activity to promote or resist a particular social change

5 True/False questions

  1. Rumora highly emotional and disorderly crowd that uses force or violence against a specific target

          

  2. technologythe application of a scientific knowledge for practical purposes

          

  3. crowda temporary gathering of people who share a common interest or participate in a particular event

          

  4. disastera violent crowd that directs its hostility at a wide and shifting range of targets

          

  5. riota highly emotional and disorderly crowd that uses force or violence against a specific target