To Kill a Mockingbird

when is the mob mentality used in to kill a mocking bird?

the mob mentality definition is where a  group of people lose their individulity and their consensus they become a single heartless entality: a mob mentality.

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This happens in the general consensus among the white population that a black man, Tom Robinson, could not be telling the truth over a white man's word, even if that white man is Tom Robinson. A direct example is the mob of men who threaten Atticus in front of the jail house. It takes the innocence of a child, Scout, to diffuse the situation.