deviance from social norms have severe social sanctions - harsh forms like getting locked up in prison, and subtle forms like being ignored or taunted. but it is not absolutely necessary to obey social norms. you can associate with other people who just like you don’t agree with certain norms. you may create a counter culture, and with enough members, your culture may get acceptance as minority view, and you may even get protection under certain constitutions if you assert your “group” as a religious sect.
ps: norms are norms because they are accepted by people. once their defiance by majority starts they are no longer norms.
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they were still mad becaus of the taxes they had to pay because of the tea
the correct answer is d, as it shows behavior performed by a parent that is imitated by his child.
the experiment of the bobo doll was conducted by albert bandura in 1961 and 1963, for the study of the behavior of children after seeing adult models with aggressive behavior towards a "bobo doll".
there are different variations of the experiment. the most notable measures the behavior of children after seeing a model that is rewarded, punished or lacking consequences for hitting the bobo doll.
this experiment is the empirical demonstration of bandura's theory of social learning. it shows that people not only learn by being rewarded or punished in themselves (behaviorism), but they can also learn by seeing someone being rewarded or punished (learning by observation). these experiments are important, since as a result of these many more studies on the effects of learning by observation were initiated and from them have derived practical implications, for example, how children can be influenced when experiencing violent situations.