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Involvement is a form of social behavior in which the participant joins in with the activities of an individual or group. The more active they are the more involved they are.

Along with the behavioral component their are often psychological corrorallies. The more we participate the more our identity and values become aligned with the task through the processes of cognitive dissonance.

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