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group action  movement
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In sociology, a group action is a situation in which a number of agents take action simultaneously in order to achieve a common goal; their actions are usually coordinated. Wikipedia
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In sociology, a group action is a situation in which a number of agents take action simultaneously in order to achieve a common goal; their actions are usually coordinated. Wikipedia
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A situation in which a large number of agents take action simultaneously in order to achieve a common goal; their actions are usually coordinated. Wiktionary
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