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Laura Kane, Oregon State University

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Riots are one of the most common examples of collective behavior documented throughout our history. Outbreaks of violent behavior have erupted in cities around the world for various reasons ranging from war protest, racial discrimination, and political demonstration. Theories of collective behavior attempt to explain the events that lead to the outbreak of riots.

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Jan 1st, 12:00 AM

Smashing Fashion Norms: An investigation of the Straw Hat Riots of 1922 using the Value Added Theory of Collective Behavior

Riots are one of the most common examples of collective behavior documented throughout our history. Outbreaks of violent behavior have erupted in cities around the world for various reasons ranging from war protest, racial discrimination, and political demonstration. Theories of collective behavior attempt to explain the events that lead to the outbreak of riots.

 

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