Conformity (psychology) Essay | Social Conformity

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Social Conformity

Summary: Discusses the issues of peer pressure and social conformity. Argues that non-conformity is important to a society's success. Provides examples of successful nonconformists.
The other day I ran into an old friend of mine after school and I noticed that she had become a Goth. I didn't have a problem with this and we decided to hang out for the day and catch up. We walked down to Brigams and I was really glad to have met up with her again, but as the day went on, little things she did were different. At first I was puzzled but then I realized that she was no longer the happy, spirited girl I knew but had changed her personality to fit that of the other Goths. She had completely changed.

After lunch I went home and thought about why she had changed so much. She didn't change as a natural course of time as sometimes happens; she changed so she could fit the Goth image. The majority of Goths all fit "the...

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