The KKK and Principles of Persuasion on Behaviors

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Wiley, Hoboken, NJ, ETATS-UNIS (1960) (Revue)1-3

The KKK promotes racism. The Ku Klux Klan is selective in its membership because it is widely viewed as dangerous, prejudice and racist. The KKK uses racial intolerance as a means of group participation and they conduct secret meetings to propagate the false belief that members are of superior race. Members who dissent are punished and in a few cases, have been beaten or have had their hoses burned down."4 "Schools, secret societies and closed groups are not the only institutions to fall prey to the mob mentality and groupthink. Governments and nations can also."5

The Klan used conformity in everything they did. The KKK had the same symbols, uniforms and even talked and walked the same. They had the same beliefs and never ever differed from the group. If they did they were considered outcasts and may have been killed or hated. Some would conform to this group to avoid conflict and intimidation. They did so because they were afraid at the time. The KKK despised anyone who was not with the group or anyone who ha



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