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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One such method is called "social norms marketing" or peer-pressure.
Together, this article and lesson will help your students understand how their brains make decisions, the influence of their peers on those decisions, and what they can do to better navigate peer-pressure situations.
After their films were rejected by controversy-shy major studios, the two high-profile, media-savvy filmmakers simply generated a peer-pressure response among, for ``Passion,'' devout Christians, and for ``Fahrenheit,'' disenchanted Democrats.
It's called peer-pressure, female peer-pressure,'' Lopez said with a chuckle.
Protect your brand from the whims of fickle, peer-pressure inspired Young Adults by targeting the quality-driven preferences of Seniors.
If there is a peer-pressure chain reaction at school, Jones admits to starting it.