Collective Effervescence

Collective effervescence is the basis for Émile Durkheim’s principle of religion as laid out in his 1912 volume Elementary Varieties of Religious Life. Based on Durkheim, a community or perhaps society may on occasion come together in addition to simultaneously communicate exactly the same thought and be involved in the same activity. Such an event then causes collective effervescence which excites persons and serves to be able to unify the team.