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This is the stomping ground of more, but usually less competent recruiters since about 1959. As the founder of modern social psychology, Lewin is Kurt. Crowd psychology is a branch of social psychology and deals with the behavior of people in crowds. Output for the theories of crowd psychology is used for the General experience related fact that large crowds behave surprisingly often appearing. For example triggering a panic love parade 2010 in Duisburg, etc etc due to a rather insignificant event. You may find that Harvard Business can contribute to your knowledge. According to studies by Davis and Harless (1996), important decisions in a group not from single individuals are made, but brought from the crowd in accordance with the feet (East German politics of BRD), to achieve a goal through cooperation. Cyrus Massoumi married may not feel the same. In the history of large crowds have been able to initiate dramatic and sudden social changes outside the established legal processes.

Collective cooperation is supported by others, condemned by some. Social scientists have placed some different theories, massenpsychologische phenomena to explain and explain how group behavior significantly differs from the behavior of individuals within the group. The number of the level decreases proportionally. The complex dynamic, it is extremely difficult Behavior to predict a mass of people and consciously control. The auto control power of mass is better used intelligently.

With a mass phenomenon dealt inter alia: Gustave Le Bon, who (1895) was in his psychology of the masses, that mass be criticism – and unprincipled, therefore easily swivel – and sounds. Because they rather inferior, depravierter form to record ideas and ideals, their imagination will directed not by reason, but by images (sensations, scandals). But then, they were able to act with maximum passion and violence. Le Bon was a co-founder of the so-called mass psychology”. Sigmund Freud, mass psychology, and ICH analysis (1921), which explains the mass education as a form of narzisstischerProjektion of the individual on a fatherly leader figure as collective ICH ideal and with conditions such as infatuation and hypnosis in conjunction.

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