Areas of Persuation

Areas of persuation:

A) Confirmity: It in a process to follow what others do. Its a type of social influence involving a change in belief o behavior in order to fit in within a group. For instance; we would like to be involved in senior persons group.

B)Compliance: To change the behavior of own due to the request by other is compliance. For instance we follow on instructions  by our parents an behave as oer an instruction.

Technique of compliance;

i)Foot in the door technique: Its a process to ask for small request at first and finally for the great request.

ii)Door in the face technique: Its a process to ask for higher request at beginning and finally for the small request.

iii)Thats not all technique: Its a process to provide free offer and incentives to other for own benefit. Its applicable in salesman job.

iv)Not so free technique: Its a process to add an extra charge on initial one. Its applicable in marketing job.

c)Obdience:  To follow direct order that has given  by others is obedience.

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