Paper 1- Conformity to Social Roles

Conformity to social roles occurs when an individual embraces specific behaviours and beliefs within a particular social context.

Consider, for instance, the school environment, where a teacher adopts the distinct behaviours and beliefs associated with being an educator. These may significantly differ from the behaviours and beliefs they exhibit when socialising with friends during the weekend.

This form of conformity can be identified as a process of 'identification.' It entails a person altering both their public behaviour and private beliefs, but exclusively within the confines of a specific social role.

Individuals acquire the knowledge of how to conduct themselves in particular situations by observing the social roles enacted by others and subsequently conforming to these behavioural expectations.

Consequently, a newly appointed teacher swiftly assimilates the behaviours and beliefs exhibited by their colleagues in the school environment as they conform to the established social role.

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