social influence

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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.
We at FCG aspire to reach out and fulfill the hearts of audiences, listeners, readers, and consumers from all over the world as Japan's leader in the information industry, while acknowledging the size of our social influences at all times.
According to the researchers, "This work, can expand the scope of social-influence-based public health policies and ultimately help young people respond maturely to social influences, whether positive or negative, online or offline."
In this second edition, they incorporate the growing interest in applying motivational theory in schools, the workplace, and sports, covering central constructs, relevant processes, development, social groups and social influences, and psychological interventions.
A study of normative and informational social influences upon individual judgment.
Understanding how vocal culture develops in a population requires knowledge about social influences on vocal development.
Social influences on eating behaviour tend to be extremely robust, often overcoming other influences including the individual's main intentions or goals.
It analyzes how these pronouns are used in Spanish grammar, it considers the social influences on various expressions of such pronouns, and it gathers leading scholars in Spanish language research who analyze and discuss models of grammar.
Based on an extensive review of earlier researches in the domain of value co-creation, experiential value and social influences, a conceptual model is proposed.
Lawler continues by drawing a picture of identity through various social influences. Chapter two discusses identity drawn from the narratives of memory, with chapter three going deeper into the influence of family in both chosen and imposed ways.
As illustrated in the model, ESE, expected outcomes, and social influences have direct causal effects on IT entrepreneurial intention, and CSE's effect is indirect and via ESE.

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