Aspectos teóricos polémicos en torno a la conducta de conformidad.

Leonardo Yovany Alvarez Ramirez, Jesús Armando Delgado Meza

Resumen


El presente artículo aborda el comportamiento de la conformidad social y variables tales como el género, los valores y el tamaño de grupo unánime, desde una perspectiva alternativa, en la que se propone una conformidad ordenada, frente a la conceptualización tradicional de la conformidad como una fuerza de normalización, aprobación social y correctiva sobre el juicio social. Se expone igualmente un modelo de covariación para entenderla en su dinámica y se plantean valores psicosociales inherentes a la misma dentro de dicha covariación en oposición a la perspectiva clásica.

 


Palabras clave


conformidad, edad, género, covariación

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