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    Social Responsibility and Decision Making

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    One facet of group behavior that is often overlooked is the concept of "responsibility". Group polarization, groupthink, conformity, and other group decision concepts we've learned about and researched, help us understand the sway that others, particularly group leaders, can have on groups.

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    If people can be persuaded by the ideas of another person, in your opinion who ultimately holds responsibility for the actions of the group:

    The person with the ideas OR the each individual group member? Make sure you provide information to explain how you arrived at your conclusion AND provide an example in your support.

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    //Before lettering about the analysis of responsibility for the actions of the group, it is essential to gain knowledge about the 'Social Responsibility'. One should know about the group's responsibility in context of any particular task or function//

    Social Responsibility and Decision Making

    In any group the chief component is always the leader who guides the team members on each and every important subject and his ideas are mostly accepted by the members. The entire responsibility is always of each individual member for any action of the group. As they are an important part of the society, they have some responsibilities with ...

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