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Crowd Control

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Educational docuseries explores group psychology.

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Crowd Control shows the various things that can be done to change people's behavior, much of which is a result of not thinking about the potential consequences of their actions. It also looks at what other countries do to stop specific activities, such as bike thefts, and explores how these tactics can be adapted to serve the needs of people in the U.S. at minimal cost.

Not all experiments are successful, but the efforts made here will certainly get people thinking about the different ways crowd behavior can be changed for the better with a little bit of thought and creativity. More importantly, it's a show that may get its viewers to think a bit more about their own actions and the real consequences they may have on others.

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