Sociology Guide on collective behaviour:

Collective behaviour describes the actions, thoughts and feelings of a relatively temporary and unstructured group of people. In contrast, a social movement is a large ongoing group of people engaged in organised behaviour

sociologyguide.com (2017), [11/05/2017]

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