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social influence

The impact of peers, family members, educators, or colleagues on a person's thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
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Never mind what the business was; it suffices to say that it was a good beginning for a young man like Tom, who, having been born and bred in the most conservative class of the most conceited city in New England, needed just the healthy, hearty, social influences of the West to widen his views and make a man of him.
Nor can it be swayed by wealth or political or social influences. But when there is good in a man, I, personally, want to know it, and when gentlemen like yourself, of your standing in this city, come here to speak a good word for a man, we would stultify the purpose of justice if we did not listen.
Social influence: Social influence occurs when an individual's thoughts, feelings or actions are affected by other communities.
Once again underlining the importance of developing digital social media applications throughout the beverage alcohol industry--from retailers to suppliers--Diageo's Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum has released Captain's Conquest, a mobile social game that rewards players for real-life exploration, adventure and social influence by transforming cities into the open seas and encouraging players to navigate Captain Henry Morgan's world, the company says.
New features include a powerful scripting engine which takes customization to the next level, greater integration with social media networks, and the groundbreaking SocialRank[TM] add-on which ranks candidates based on their social influence.
BeautyStat members have both demonstrated high engagement, as well as three times the social influence of average consumers, according to the company.
They address the causes of psychological problems in self and identity, self-regulation, interpersonal processes, social cognition, and emotion; assessment and diagnosis; and interventions and clinical interactions like self-directed change, social influence processes and persuasion in psychotherapy, transference, and group psychotherapy.
Social Influence Marketing (SIM) is a latest method used by online marketers for growing their past and new clients.
However, to really connect to their customers' social context and to make the most out of their investment in social marketing, companies must look beyond social media and examine how they can leverage social influence on a broader scale," explained Ran Shaul, Pursway co-founder.
UTAUT has four core determinants: performance expectancy, effort expectancy, social influence and facilitating condition.
In Part III, I return to theories of the origins of social norms--and the intertwined roles of norms and institutions in real-world collective action problems--in order to demonstrate that social influence, while no panacea, remains crucial to the regulation of individual environmental behavior.
Friend will advise companies on digital marketing strategies and will cover social influence marketing, which Mr Tomlinson describes as "online PR with feedback".

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