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Possible Answers: MOB, HORDE, HUNS.
Random information on the term “MOB”:
A crowd is a large group of people that are gathered or considered together. The term “the crowd” may sometimes refer to the lower orders of people in general (the mob). A crowd may be definable through a common purpose or set of emotions, such as at a political rally, a sports event, or during looting (this is known as a psychological crowd), or may simply be made up of many people going about their business in a busy area.
The term crowd is sometimes defined in contrast to other group nouns for collections of humans or animals, such as aggregation, audience, group, mass, mob, populous, public, rabble and throng. Opinion researcher Vincent Price compares masses and crowds, saying that “Crowds are defined by their shared emotional experiences, but masses are defined by their interpersonal isolation.”
In human sociology, the term “mobbed” simply means “extremely crowded”, as in a busy mall or shop. In animal behaviour mobbing is a technique where many individuals of one species “gang up” on a larger individual of another species to drive them away. Mobbing behaviour is often seen in birds.
Random information on the term “HORDE”:
A band society is the simplest form of human society. A band generally consists of a small kin group, no larger than an extended family or clan; one definition sees a band as consisting of no more than 100 individuals.
Bands have a loose organization. Their power structure is often egalitarian and has informal leadership; the older members of the band generally are looked to for guidance and advice, and decisions are often made on a consensus basis, but there are no written laws and none of the specialised coercive roles (e.g., police) typically seen in more complex societies. Bands’ customs are almost always transmitted orally. Formal social institutions are few or non-existent. Religion is generally based on family tradition, individual experience, or counsel from a shaman. All known band societies hunt and gather to obtain their subsistence.
In his 1972 study, The Notion of the Tribe, Morton Fried defined bands as small, mobile, and fluid social formations with weak leadership that do not generate surpluses, pay taxes nor support a standing army.