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==Definition==
  
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A norm is behaviour or a judgement rule shared and accepted by a group.  
  
A norm is behaviour or a judgement rule shared and accepted by a group.
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==Discussion==
  
 
Individuals that do not behave according to the norm can be excluded or marginalised from the group. Usually norms are informal rules that are not written down and a rarely openly discussed (implicit rules). However they have a powerful influence on behaviours of the group members.  
 
Individuals that do not behave according to the norm can be excluded or marginalised from the group. Usually norms are informal rules that are not written down and a rarely openly discussed (implicit rules). However they have a powerful influence on behaviours of the group members.  
  
  
 
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Definition

A norm is behaviour or a judgement rule shared and accepted by a group.

Discussion

Individuals that do not behave according to the norm can be excluded or marginalised from the group. Usually norms are informal rules that are not written down and a rarely openly discussed (implicit rules). However they have a powerful influence on behaviours of the group members.