Political movements : three case studies of protest
Experience and observation reveal that people are conditioned by usage, custom, convention and law - the social regulators of a person's behaviour. People do what is familiar, what is usual, and what is routine. They have certain ideas as to what is proper: they may act according to convention out of fear of disapproval or social ostracism; or according to law out of fear of punishment or legal coercion.
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