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Surname: 1Name:Instructor:Course:Date: SociologyPrimary groups are founded upon close, face-to-face social interactions while secondary groups are more formal and less cohesive. In primary groups, members are supportive of each other, while in secondary groups they are less supportive. In other words, members of a primary group are more open to each other and will share their feelings and derive satisfaction in doing so. Due to its tense nature, members of a secondary group will be more reserved (Sheehy p56).An in-group comprises people who have close cultural ties or common beliefs. They usually belong to a particular ethnicity and have particular stereotypes associated with them. In contrast, an out-group consists of members who do not ascribe to the same norms, cultural affiliations or common beliefs (Sheehy p25). Leadership StylesLaissez-Faire- leader does not directly supervise employees. He fails to provide constant feedback. This leadership style lowers overall productivity.
Surname: 2Autocratic –managers make decisions alone without considering views of others. Managers have