# sociology 101

Using miner's approach describe shoppers in a supermarket

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2. That people in our society have an tendency to be influenced by other people.

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3. Thank you.

Miner's approach would probably observe shoppers buying popular brands, the ones that others buy. Shoppers also tend to flock to the free samples, again seeing others enjoying these tastes.

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