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Albert O Hirschman introduces three concepts that deal with the way people tends react in todays society when they are displeased with something The three concepts are exit voice and loyalty These concepts will be further discussed in the following paragraphs If one were to look at these three concepts in mind they discover that these three concepts can provide some understanding of America as described by David Riesman and Judith Shklar These three concepts can be interpreted in such a way that it show how people are in the American Society and how they can even change the system when they voice their opinion David Riesman discusses how some people are- individualists who will not always follow the majority crowd and conformists who are willing to go through anything to stay within the group even if it means something that they are totally against It is important to note Riesman states that these individuals are only extremes and that in real life they do not exist He believes that people are just a blend of both types People are willing to exercise the option of exit in some certain cases and will remain loyal to other types of cases Shkler gives further insight to Hirschmans concept by discussing how minority groups voiced their opinions in order to change an entire society In Exit Voice and Loyalty Albert O Hirschman discusses three types of ways that people can respond to when there is a change in the consumer market and there is disapproval The three types are exit voice and loyalty In the exit option the consumer leaves the organization Some consumers stop buying the firms products or so members leave the organization this is the exit option Hirschman 4 If the consumer does not approve the organization of their new or improved product he has the option to just leave and not do anything about it Following the exit option is the
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