peer pressure

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peer pressure

n.
Pressure from one's peers to behave in a manner similar or acceptable to them.
Translations

peer pressure

nGruppen- or Erwartungsdruck m (vonseiten Gleichaltriger)
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However psychometric factors such as lifestyle changes, growing popularity of wellness, influence of media and peer group pressure are achieving greater weightage in the adoption of the pulsed electromagnetic field therapy devices market.
For Mr Rabiu Lawal, 35, the reason was neither unemployment nor poor parenting, but peer group pressure and the ecstasy derived from taking drugs.
Get Free Exclusive Sample Copy of This Report @ https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=S&rep_id=2561 However psychometric factors such as lifestyle changes, growing popularity of wellness, influence of media and peer group pressure are achieving greater weightage in the adoption of the pulsed electromagnetic field therapy devices market.
Such peer group pressure has to be maintained to avoid defaulters in the control of plastic pollution.
He said Yarker had a difficult past and was "acutely influenced by peer group pressure" but planned to get qualifications and forge a future.
Peer group pressure should be turned around so that soldiers with mental health worries are encouraged by their mates to "go sick" and report them, rather than be teased or bullied for doing so.
Peer group pressure was observed to be the most important contributing factor, accounting for 46.5% for the use of tobacco by the students.
Identity development as a buffer of adolescent risk behaviors in the context of peer group pressure and control.
"There is a great deal of peer group pressure to get my daughter to drink alcohol at these events.
We should welcome the current turbulence as a chance for investors to take a step back, reflect on what has happened over the past six months and to reassure themselves that the extraordinary gains being seen are in fact rational and not just based on momentum and the most dangerous rationale of all, peer group pressure.
Holes are made in the walls of peer group pressure. A closed fist becomes an open hand of help.
Washington, Mar 3 ( ANI ): Peer group pressure is one of the most significant influences on self-image and the development of anorexia, a new study has found.