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Theory of Collective Behavior


Cycle of the Swastika Epidemic 259
10 Jewish and Non-Jewish Targets According to Time of
Incident 259
11 Types of Organizations Involved in Norm-Oriented
Movements 276
FIGURES
1 Value-Added in the Creation of Hysterical Beliefs 93
2 Value-Added in the Creation of Wish-Fulfillment
Beliefs 95
3 Value-Added in the Creation of Hostile Beliefs 102
4 Value-Added in the Creation of Norm-Oriented Beliefs
113
5 Value-Added in the Creation of Value-Oriented Beliefs
124
6 Value-Added Process for Panic 134
7 Records of Telephone Calls to Mattoon, Illinois,
Police,
August-October, 1944 157
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PREFACE
Gordon W. Allport of Harvard first introduced me to the
study of
collective behavior. When I was a freshman in 1948, his
introductory
course in Social Relations set my mind working. Later,
when I was
a graduate student in 1955, he reactivated and deepened
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