I will pay for the following article Reasons Why People Conform and Obey to the Majority. The work is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. Various researches have been done to know and understand the importance of the factors affecting ethical issues and social behavior of individuals. These researches include the study of mass communication, attitude, compliance, affiliation, conformity, authority, cross-cultural issues, social roles, interpersonal attraction, statues, nonverbal communication, group process attribution, etc. .
The word conformity is also known as yielding to group pressure. Different forms of group pressure influence the activities and behaviors of people. The majority of people influence the decision and behavior of an individual person. There are some reasons for which people accept majority opinion and follow that. One of the main reasons is the desire of a person to get fit in a group. A person accepts group pressure because he does not want to be an odd man out in the group. In this case, people are generally scared of being not accepted by the group members. Privately the person may reject the group opinions and activities but publicly he accepts those things because of fitting into the group. This fear compels them in conforming to the majority (Kimmel, 2009, pp. 69-72)
The researcher Solomon Asch had made a detailed study on conformity. Many laboratory experiments were conducted by Asch for understanding the degree to which a person’s opinions are influenced by the majority of people (Hartley, 2006, pp. 56-60).
The research methodology is one of the most important parts of research. With the help of proper research methods, the researchers are able to conduct the entire research successfully. There are two types of research methodology. In this research method, the researchers used students for analyzing various factors by conducting an experiment. The researchers collected original data from the experiment which helped them to understand various ethical issues affecting their behaviors (Flanagan, 2008, pp. 42-45). Majority influence plays a vital role in influencing individual opinion. The experiment focused on this topic. .