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5 Matching questions

  1. fad
  2. Rumor
  3. crowd
  4. Social Change
  5. Gossip
  1. a a form of collective behavior that spreads rapidly and enthusiastically but lasts a short time
  2. b unfounded information that people spread quickly
  3. c a temporary gathering of people who share a common interest or participate in a particular event
  4. d rumors, often negative, about other people's lives
  5. e the transformations of society and social institutions over time

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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
  2. an intense fearful, and anxious reaction to a real or imagined threat by large numbers of people
  3. a fad that becomes an all-consuming passion for many people for a short time
  4. a collective flight, typically irrational from a real or perceived danger
  5. a collection of people, not necessarily in direct contact with each other, who are interested in a particular issue

5 True/False questions

  1. fashiona standard of appearance that enjoys widespread but temporary acceptance within a society

          

  2. relative deprivationthe spontaneous and unstructured behavior of a large number of people

          

  3. Urban Legendsa type of rumor consisting of stories that supposedly happened

          

  4. propagandathe presentation of info to influence people's opinions or actions

          

  5. public opiniona collection of people, not necessarily in direct contact with each other, who are interested in a particular issue